Most of us have had the fortune of growing up with parents and living our lives with them. They have been our guardians and have told us of all of our choices before we make them. In the process, we also learn how to make our own choices, when it comes to life.
As we grow up, we meet people, and with the compatibility of our sexuality, we decide for someone, whom we love and admire. The feeling is so special, that it makes one feel so ecstatic and brings about so much of happiness. It might even make one act crazy. It’s true love and most of us don’t believe it until we see what this Japan’s princess sacrificed for it.
It induces the feeling of being oneself and individuality and people go to extents to maintain their feeling, to make their love real, to make it last longer. The feeling of completeness and being so ecstatic. People do make a lot of sacrifices for love and the princess of Japan is not an exception when it comes to falling in love and making sacrifices. She fell in love with a commoner and decided to tie knots with him, forever.
The world was very quick to respond to this decision of hers as this is not we would expect or see in royal families every day. The entire world wanted to know about this mysterious man who won the heart of the princess of Japan. Everyone had a wish to know the qualities the princess chose the man for. He cooks very well, as the princess once revealed. Now, this doesn’t pun that the way to the heart of a woman is through her stomach. LOL!
The Japan’s princess, Mako probably can’t cook, so it’s a pretty good match! His name is Kei Komuro. He works as a Legal Assistant and is very interested in playing violin and skiing. And of course, he is very cute and her true love.
According to The Telegraph, the princess, Mako, and Kei, both are 25, reportedly met during their university studies, at a restaurant and they fell in love. The kept it among themselves for about five years and then made it public. The official announcement of the engagement is expected to be announced soon. Princess Mako now works at a museum and has completed her masters in museum and arts’ sciences from the University of Leicester. She sacrificed her royalty and this makes us believe in the power of true love.
Japan’s monarchy is the oldest in the world. It started in 60 BC. Women are not allowed to rule. The royal family has only 16 members at the moment, and out of them, only four of them, are males. It is an issue for the royal family and the people of Japan. The current emperor who sits on the Chrysanthemum Throne is Akihito, who had recently announced that he would retire soon due to his age of 83. Sophisticated, cultured and refined. Akishino, born in 2006, is the youngest prince and will be the emperor of Japan in the future.
The royal status will be taken away from the Japan’s princess that actually had a lot of benefits as a Japanese citizen, some of them include regular allowance and of course a royal lifestyle. Now, like a normal citizen of Japan, she will have to pay taxes and to live in a normal two-room apartment. But what’s that compared to love? Nothing. Love conquers all. So she sacrificed it all.
Japan’s princess really stands as an inspiration to all those who love, that the biggest sacrifices can be made for true love. It makes us realize that the materialistic life isn’t what we should all be craving for. It should be what we really desire, and that’s what we get from the one we love. It gets very complicated often, but its worth it. She agreed to all the things she’ll face after getting married to her love and all the things she sacrificed, yet she put it above the fact that she was Japan’s princess and him, a commoner. Makes the world proud of her, her mentality, and her self-sacrifice.