Prince Takamado, Princess Hisako leave S. Korea.
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.
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|Publication:||Japan Policy & Politics|
|Date:||Jun 10, 2002|
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