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June 16, 2017, 02:39:14 AM
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I didn't bother opening the link but aside from the royal family, do Japan still have a nobility like they do in England where the royal family can marry into?

I am not sure about the Japanese nobility, but if I am not wrong, then Japan used to have 12 branches of the Royal family until the end of the WW2. But after the surrender of Japan, all but one of these branches were dissolved.

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July 20, 2017, 11:35:37 PM
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This is a great example of love being unconditional. Setting aside status for love is what I idolized. People nowadays are only after looks and status. So I really adore the princess.

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July 21, 2017, 01:54:01 AM
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Status in life doesn't matter whether you are a princess or not, an ordinary person or an idol once you love someone it doesn't matter at all the guy must be lucky to be marrying a princess. Also modern monarchy has no power over their countries before in the medieval era it may have but times change modern monarchy are nothing but traditions and responsibilities, i guess the country wants to maintain those tradition in order for the future generations to remember their history. Someday i want to visit japan to witness their beautiful traditions.

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July 21, 2017, 02:17:05 AM
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Japan's Princess Mako is giving up her royal status -- all in the name of love.
The groom-to-be is a prince himself ... of sorts.
The Imperial Household tells CNN plans are underway for the 25-year-old princess, granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, to become engaged to Kei Komuro, also 25, a law firm worker and graduate student who once starred in a tourism campaign as "Prince of the Sea."

The couple met five years ago as students at the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan's national broadcaster NHK reported.
It was while in university that Komuro played the "Prince of the Sea" in a beach tourism campaign for the city of Fujisawa, south of Tokyo.


http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/17/asia/japan-princess-mako-getting-married/index.html
The princess relinquishes his royal status to love, which is absolutely the case. Because love has an invisible power that draws us to the one we love. You must remember Romulus and Juliet that they use death to get love and eliminate hatred. Geography, money is nothing if not love.

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July 22, 2017, 08:34:02 PM
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I have read this news 2 days ago and was also shock about this news and also find it unfair when i also read that if this situation happens on a guy royalty he would not lose his royalty

"Royalty", haha what a funny ridiculous concept in the year 2017  Cheesy  "Royalty" was dealt a death blow the day scientists discovered that a female contribute 50% of the DNA her newborn son/daughter will have, not 0% as was previously thought. It is known that the ancients believed the sperm of a man to be like the "seed" (as in plant seed) sown into the fertile "soil" of his wife's womb, herself only providing nutrition and nurturing and caring but zero consistency of the baby in making. This belief has led to the tradition where the male royal will never forfeit his royalty because it was thought that he could marry any woman, but she will only be the fertile ground of his royal blood line, himself providing 100% of the line to continue, hahaha  Grin  Vise versa, any female royal marrying any man outside of royalty, forfeits the royal bloodline, because again, it's believed she's only the ground for growth, so she can't pass on anything, unlike the eternal kingly sperm of a royal male,  Grin Cheesy.

It is strange (and really funny) that still in 2017 you have so called "Royals" all around the globe still not acknowledging the basic facts that science have established and continue with their nonsense, discriminating and belittling not only against the female gender in their "royal" families, but against all females in the totality of their "royal kingdoms".

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July 22, 2017, 08:45:22 PM
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Wow i admired this princess.she fight for love.and she chose to be happy to marry someone that she loved.love is unconditional.this is a prof that love really exists:)

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July 22, 2017, 08:54:00 PM
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I didn't bother opening the link but aside from the royal family, do Japan still have a nobility like they do in England where the royal family can marry into?

I am not sure about the Japanese nobility, but if I am not wrong, then Japan used to have 12 branches of the Royal family until the end of the WW2. But after the surrender of Japan, all but one of these branches were dissolved.
People do stupid things in the name of love,being born into Royalty in some ways is a kind of prison, there are lots of things that royals are not permitted to do all in the name of nottarnishing the name of the family. There is no real freedom whatsoever and what every human being really wants is to be free.



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July 23, 2017, 04:05:23 AM
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I didn't bother opening the link but aside from the royal family, do Japan still have a nobility like they do in England where the royal family can marry into?

I am not sure about the Japanese nobility, but if I am not wrong, then Japan used to have 12 branches of the Royal family until the end of the WW2. But after the surrender of Japan, all but one of these branches were dissolved.
People do stupid things in the name of love,being born into Royalty in some ways is a kind of prison, there are lots of things that royals are not permitted to do all in the name of nottarnishing the name of the family. There is no real freedom whatsoever and what every human being really wants is to be free.

These Japanese royals should learn something from their counterparts in Saudi Arabia. The Arab royals travel to every nook and corner of the world, and indulge in all sort of perverseness and debauchery. Examples here:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/la-cops-saudi-royal-may-have-raped-5-women
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3361640/Saudi-millionaire-cleared-raping-teenager-telling-court-accidentally-penetrated-18-year-old-tripped-fell-her.html

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July 23, 2017, 04:41:00 AM
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It sounds like fairy tail to me, but its true. And I'm perfectly happy about it in real life love story. We do hear many stories how do love change everything, and being in royal position with royal blood doesn't excuse you to being truly "inlove". and be "stupid" once in your life.
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August 30, 2017, 04:08:04 PM
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Love exceeds beyond your comprehension. It is greater than any riches, privelages, and royalties. Love lasts a long time and by that it produces something new between the two lovers, continuing and making our kind thrive in existence. Royalties dont last for a long time, it fades away and leaves you with nothing but regret

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September 04, 2017, 05:35:42 PM
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Japan's Princess Mako is giving up her royal status -- all in the name of love.
The groom-to-be is a prince himself ... of sorts.
The Imperial Household tells CNN plans are underway for the 25-year-old princess, granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, to become engaged to Kei Komuro, also 25, a law firm worker and graduate student who once starred in a tourism campaign as "Prince of the Sea."

The couple met five years ago as students at the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan's national broadcaster NHK reported.
It was while in university that Komuro played the "Prince of the Sea" in a beach tourism campaign for the city of Fujisawa, south of Tokyo.


http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/17/asia/japan-princess-mako-getting-married/index.html
Sounds like a fairytales story, I think the Princes reason why she gave up her royal status is, she really love the guys whole heartedly. So it doesn't matter for her status as a princes. Or it could be that the princes is not that happy anymore being a part of the royal blood to their kingdom.



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September 05, 2017, 04:08:44 AM
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Love exceeds beyond your comprehension. It is greater than any riches, privelages, and royalties. Love lasts a long time and by that it produces something new between the two lovers, continuing and making our kind thrive in existence. Royalties dont last for a long time, it fades away and leaves you with nothing but regret

You overlooked another important factor. There are no eligible bachelors within the Japanese royal family right now. So if she wanted to remain as a royal, then she must have to avoid marriage. She chose a married life over 90 years of loneliness. 

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September 05, 2017, 07:39:07 AM
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It's always an issue when a rich person marries an ordinary one especially if the girl is the one who is wealthy but for me it shouldn't. Love should be equal and we have the right to choose who we want and not the people around us or even our parents.

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