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Off to school

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Prince Hisahito, 6, accompanied by his parents Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko, arrives at Ochanomizu University Elementary School for his entrance ceremony in Tokyo on Sunday. It is the first time since World War II that a child in the imperial family has attended a school other than Gakushuin.

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Yubaru - Was thinking EXACTLY the same! ("Have we not seen this photo somewhere before?")

And what? No Ransel?!

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Good luck to the next emperor of Japan. It is extremely difficult to please everyone, but you can do it. (f dad would trim the mustache, he would look great!)

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And what? No Ransel?!

My Bag :)

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Off to school on Sunday!

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And what? No Ransel?!

I take it you meant a randoseru?

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And what? No Ransel?!

Popular kids can get be different

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Poor kid! He is probably just wishing people would leave him be, at least in school. And the school as well, they will quite a bit of unwanted scrutiny!

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Adorable kid.

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that mustache looks reidiculous, probably took 5 years to grow.

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Wow, its been 6 years already??

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Good luck to the next emperor of Japan.

This kid isnt the next emperor of Japan.

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must be tough for the kid going to school, wonder how he is treated... maybe too young for kids to know what it all means.

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He's a delicate-looking little fellow isn't he.

I'm very glad he doesn't have to lag one of those rucksacks around. Very hard on the back.

Good luck laddie!

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Omedetou gozaimasu Hisashito sama!

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And what? No Ransel?!

I take it you meant a randoseru?

Yes, that's what was meant. However, "randoseru" is, in fact a gairaigo, from the dutch word for backpack, "ransel."

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