Teller Report

Now you can see non-English news...

Satoshi Jin Departs for Bhutan's First Overseas Experience | NHK News

2019-08-16T03:37:17.713Z

Mr. and Mrs. Akishino and his eldest son, Jinjin, departed for Bhutan, a travel destination on the morning of the 16th. It ’s the first overseas experience for Satoshi Jin ...



Satoshi Jin Departed for Bhutan for the first overseas experience August 16 at 12:32

Mr. and Mrs. Akishino and his eldest son, Jinjin, departed for Bhutan, a travel destination on the morning of the 16th. This is the first overseas experience for Satoshi Hitoshi.

Satoshi Hitoshi and Noriko of Princess Akishino received greetings from executives of the Imperial Household Agency at the boarding gate at Haneda Airport before 11am and departed for Bhutan on a commercial aircraft.

This spring is the first overseas experience for Mr. Minato who is attending Ochanomizu University Junior High School this summer.

Ms. Jin, who is wearing a jacket on her tie, was given a smile with a smile when the reporter told me "Be careful."

About 10 minutes later, Mr. Akishino received a greeting from another boarding gate and departed on a different commercial aircraft.

The Imperial Household Office has moved on a separate flight because there are no precedents for the first and second ranks of the royal family to visit the same country together, like Akishinomiya and Akishino. “To avoid the risk that the first and second place ride on the same flight”.

Mr. and Mrs. Jin and his wife paid a courtesy visit to King Wanchuk in the capital Thimphu, visited the national archery, and visited a cattle pasture to touch traditional culture and rich nature. Is scheduled.

According to the Imperial Household Agency, “I think it is important to visit foreign countries and broaden their horizons in the process of personality and education”.

Source: nhk

Similar news:

You may like

News/Politics 2019-10-01T22:17:22.027Z
News/Politics 2019-10-22T11:01:39.436Z

Trends 24h

Life/Entertain 2019-11-18T18:40:55.628Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy