Honestly observing, a Kimono is truly an amazing promoter of beauty transcendent of age and shapes. It really expresses feminine nobility and can instantly transform any woman into a mysterious princess of some unreachable hidden places of the heart. It is where respect is made absolute and that could be said of any countries cultural traditional fashion. The Kimono might be my personal favorite but I can’t wait for TRG to help promote PR in any nation, through our millions of princesses out there.
The kimono event portrayed here at Omotesando Hills Tokyo really does a good job of imagining what could a reception of the kind look like in the occasion of Marine Foundation’s international events such as the Annual Banquet of Ambassadors scheduled for 2018.
I am grateful for Chairman Seiji Marakami and Chairwoman Yuko Marakami for their “Kimono Beauty Fantasy” organization, as they already truly embody the spirit of what TRG (Traditional Reception Group) will represent through the Marine Foundation. My desire is to a joint cooperation in reception for our “Annual International Banquet of Ambassadors”, not just in Tokyo, but through 12 capital city around the world to represent the 12 months of the year.
I have a dream, when in the set of our educational institutions that until a student reaches the age of 16, the appellation for each child before their name would carry the honorific title of “Prince” or “Princess”. (some private schools do utilize the appellation, Miss or Mister). Can Queen Elisabeth of England be guaranteed to her title in heaven? of course not – “Common conventional royalty” does not actually exist in the life we are destined to, but only based on temporarily real estate ownership. In reality, any boy or girl born of this world is deserving his/her own hereditary title of the earth. That would imaginatively make for what heaven would really look like on earth if we administratively started treating every child like royalty.