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JAPAN PRINCESS
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December 07, 2001
Imperial Household Agency official Koichi Nakayama (L) bows as palace
spokesman Hirofumi Oka announces...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PRINCESS NAME IS ANNOUNCED IN TOKYO.
Imperial Household Agency official Koichi Nakayama (L) bows as palace
spokesman Hirofumi Oka announces the name and the royal title of
Japan's newest princess during a news conference at the Imperial
Household Agency in Tokyo Friday, December 7, 2001. The newest member
of Japan's royal family was named Aiko (characters at right) which
means "a person who loves others" and given the royal title
Toshi-no-miya (characters at left). Crown Princess Masako gave birth to
Princess Aiko on December 1, her first child since she and Crown Prince
Naruhito wed eight years ago. REUTERS/Katsumi Kasahara/Pool

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JAPAN PRINCESS
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December 07, 2001
Palace spokesman Hirofumi Oka annonces the name and the royal title of
Japan's newest princess during...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PRINCESS NAME IS ANNOUNCED IN TOKYO.
Palace spokesman Hirofumi Oka annonces the name and the royal title of
Japan's newest princess during a news conference at the Imperial
Household Agency in Tokyo Friday, December 7, 2001. The newest member
of Japan's royal family was named Aiko (characters at right) which
means "a person who loves others" and given the royal title
Toshi-no-miya (characters at left). Crown Princess Masako gave birth to
Princess Aiko on December 1, her first child since she and Crown Prince
Naruhito wed eight years ago. REUTERS/Katsumi Kasahara/Pool

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JAPAN PRINCESS
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December 07, 2001
Imperial Household Agency official Koichi Nakayama (L) unveils the name
and the royal title of Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PRINCESS NAME IS ANNOUNCED IN TOKYO.
Imperial Household Agency official Koichi Nakayama (L) unveils the name
and the royal title of Japan's newest princess as palace spokesman
Hirofumi Oka looks on during a news conference at the Imperial
Household Agency in Tokyo Friday, December 7, 2001. The newest member
of Japan's royal family was named Aiko (characters at right) which
means "a person who loves others" and given the royal title
Toshi-no-miya (characters at left). Crown Princess Masako gave birth to
Princess Aiko on December 1, her first child since she and Crown Prince
Naruhito wed eight years ago. REUTERS/Katsumi Kasahara/Pool

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