Marrying Common People, Princess Mako Pays Rp. 19 Billion to Hand over Japanese Noble Status


TOKYO – Princess Mako of the empire Japan will pay $1.35 million for giving up his royal status to marry a college classmate.

The report was released by Japanese media on Saturday (25/9/2021). The decision paved the way for a marriage that was delayed for years due to controversy over the princess’s fiancé.

The 29-year-old granddaughter of Emperor Akihito announced her engagement to her former college classmate, Kei Komuro, in 2017.

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However, the marriage was postponed after reports of financial problems between Komuro’s mother and her ex-fiancé.

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“The Japanese government will agree that the princess pays up to 150 million yen ($1.35 million) for royalty who gave up their status in order to marry a commoner, amid public criticism of her fiancé,” public broadcaster NHK and other media said.

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NHK said the wedding date could be announced in October.



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