Japanese Princess to marry a common citizenwere withdrawn from the royal honor

Japan's princess Ayako and Moriya Keio

Japan’s princess Ayako and Moriya Keio

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Japan’s princess Ayako got a royal honor to marry a common citizen. According to the International News Agency, Japan’s princess Ayako under the royal family rules the princess got rid of the ordinary citizen to marry. Honorable Procurement Ceremony held under Japan’s royal family rules marriage is not allowed outside the royal family but marriages outside the royal family have to say good luck to their royal honors, 3 appointments are held for acceptance of royal honors. Traditional and vibrant ceremony is also held in the royal family of Japan’s royal honor. This ceremony and historical rituals were paid in 3 sacred places Kashikodokoro, koreiden and shinden.

Princess Ayako made different cultural dresses attendance to all three sacred places where the princess’s successors paid religious rituals in the presence of a princess who gave birth and special prayers were made. Ayako is no longer princess after payment of rites at all three sacred places thus, the Royal Family held a special Goodbye ceremony at the place of ‘Choken-no-Gi’ in honor of its former princess Ayako. After the goodbye ceremony today, (Monday) Ayako relationship will be connected to Married. The wedding ceremony will be played at a religious place in Meiji; Tokyo afterwards the paperwork will be completed in the court.

The 28-year-old princess chose Moriya Keio for her life partner to work in a shipping company. The meeting of Moriya Keio and Ayako was held in December 2016, and in July this year both of them arranged. It is clear that the sister Ayako’s sister was also married outside the royal family after the lack of two more princesses, the number of members of the royal family has been 17, out of which 12 are women.


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