Printer Friendly

Prince Takamado, Princess Hisako leave S. Korea.

PUSAN, South Korea, June 3 Kyodo

Japan's Prince Takamado and his wife Princess Hisako left the southern port city of Pusan on Monday for Tokyo after completing their official visit to South Korea.

Prince Takamado, honorary president of the Japan Football Association, and Princess Hisako arrived in Seoul last Wednesday to attend the opening of the World Cup soccer finals on Friday.

They also paid a courtesy call on South Korean President Kim Dae Jung and visited some historical sites, sightseeing places, and welfare facilities during their stay.
COPYRIGHT 2002 Kyodo News International, Inc.
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2002 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Japan Policy & Politics
Date:Jun 10, 2002
Words:88
Previous Article:82% dissatisfied with Japan's handling of asylum case.
Next Article:Japan may mull sending SDF, gov't plane to India, Pakistan.


Related Articles
Prince Takamado, wife leave for Canada.
Prince Takamado, wife to visit 3 African countries.
Cabinet OKs Prince Takamado's trip to Egypt, Morocco.
Prince Takamado likely to visit Egypt, Morocco.
Prince Takamado, wife to visit Hawaii on July 15-22.
Japan royals to make 1st official visit to S. Korea since WWII.
Prince Takamado to attend W. Cup opening ceremony in Seoul.
Japan prince, princess arrive in Seoul for World Cup.
Koizumi to leave for Seoul to see World Cup opening Fri.
Japan, S. Korea agree to pressure N. Korea through dialogue.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters