October 31, 2022: Princess Hisako toured a glamping site in Takanezawa in an ecru brimmed hat with side spray of burgundy feathers.
October 31: Princess Takamado (Hisako) visited Genkei Apumera in Takanezawa Town, Tochigi Prefecture and toured the glamping facilities before attending the 22nd National Sports Festival for People with Disabilities closing ceremony in Utsunomiya City. 📸 https://t.co/jAst2Y3Fodpic.twitter.com/kUbN10SOuv
November 2, 2022: Princess Nobuko attended a Red Cross convention in a streamlined ivory hat with upturned kettle brim. Later in November, she was diagnosed with the early stages of breast cancer and began treatment- we all wish her the very best and a full restoration of health.
Princess Tomohito (Nobuko) of Mikasa visited Aichi Prefecture November 2-3 for the 2022 Aichi Prefecture Red Cross Convention in Nagoya City. (Article published November 6) https://t.co/n5kRDkexv1
November 4, 2022: Princess Akiko attended a university’ anniversary celebration in an oatmeal hued hat with brim and diagonally striped hatband.
November 4: Princess Akiko of Mikasa attended the 140th anniversary ceremony of Kokugakuin University at the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa in Minato, Tokyo. She is a special guest professor at the university. 📸 https://t.co/s79xMmvdjppic.twitter.com/KHaGN4eBIb
November 13, 2022: Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the 41st National Sea Enrichment Festival in Hyogo Prefecture. Empress Masako wore a cream brimmed hat with royal blue hatband whimsically trimmed in a wave shape. Brilliant!
November 21, 2022: Members of the Takamado family attended a ceremony at Toshimagaoka Cemetery to mark the 20th anniversary of Prince Takamado’s death. Princess Ayako, now Ayako Moriya, attended with her husband and elder son Jo. Former Princesses Yasuko and Masako also were in attendance.
Former Mikasa Princess Yasuko and husband Tadateru Konoe (behind Moriya family) attended Prince Takamado's 20th anniversary memorial ceremony on November 21. Ex-Mikasa Princess Masako probably attended, her husband Sōshitsu Sen XVI is behind Jo. 📸 https://t.co/62JFgM024B 📹 NTV pic.twitter.com/CQn20xHhfW
November 22, 2022: Princess Hisako attended a Red Cross event in a repeated ivory brimmed hat with pale lilac slim hatbands and a net veil wrapped crown.
November 22: Princess Takamado (Hisako) attended the Reiwa 4 (2022) Osaka Prefecture Japanese Red Cross Society Convention. As an Honorary Vice President of JRCS, she presented medals of merit. About 300 people attended the event. 📹 https://t.co/irJwOKGjPmpic.twitter.com/Y9a4n0baYS
December 3, 2022: Princess Tsuguko wore an ivory hat with jaunty stitched brim for to open a youth forum.
December 3: Princess Tsuguko of Takamado attended the opening ceremony of the "2nd Global Youth Forum for the Culture of Lawfulness" held at the Kyoto International Conference Center in Kyoto Prefecture. 📸 https://t.co/WrOUxpGkmP 📸 Google/Twitter pic.twitter.com/p5zkKRGsqd
December 23, 2022: Empress Masako repeated an ice blue silk jacquard covered hat to visit Emperor Emeritus Akihito on his 89th birthday.
December 23: Emperor Naruhito & Empress Masako visited Sento Imperial residence around 11am for Emperor Emeritus Akihito's 89th birthday greetings. They stayed for 40 minutes. The Crown Prince Akishino couple also attended the scaled-down celebrations. 📸 https://t.co/ltobibpdMdpic.twitter.com/7ks3SaWvFb
Queen Silvia celebrated Swedish National Day, along with the king, in Ludvika last Thursday in a repeated ivory felt calot hat with silk flower and brown feather trim. Festivities later in the day saw the Queen and adult princesses in folk costume with traditional white cotton folded hats.
Also on Thursday, Prince Harry was in uniform to preside over the annual Founder’s Day Parade at the Royal Hospital Chelsea (a retirement and nursing home for former members of the British Army). Royal Hospital residents, known as Chelsea Pensioners, wore their distinctive tri-corn hats.
On Thursday, Emperor Emeritus Akihito and Empress Emerita Michiko conducted rites related to the abdication at the Musashi Imperial Graveyard in Tokyo. The empress emerita repeated a slate grey veiled saucer with knotted bow.
On Saturday, members of the Imperial royal family attended the 5th anniversary memorial ceremony for Prince Katsura. The Imperial royal women, who included the Empress, the late Prince’s mother, Princess Yoriko and sister, Yasuko Konoe (formerly Princess Yasuko of Mikasa) all wore black hats.
Infanta Elena and her father, King Juan Carlos, attended the men’s singles final match yesterday at the French Open Tennis tournament in Paris in summery straw fedora hats