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Portrait of Japanese and Korean princes and princesses, 1920s

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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 14 Feb 2013

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
26 Nov 2012 07:07:37 PM

Princes, left to right: Prince Tsunenori of Kaya, Prince Hiroyoshi of Fushimi, Prince Taka of Kuni, Prince Yasuhiko of Asaka, Prince Nobuhito of Takamatsu, Prince Kuniyoshi of Kuni, Prince Asaakira of Kuni, Crown Prince Euimin of Korea, Prince Kotohito of Kan'in, Prince Morimasa of Nashimoto, Prince Hiroyasu of Fushimi, Prince Euihwa of Korea, Prince Yasuhito of Chichibu, Prince Haruhito of Kan'in, and Prince Naruhiko of Higashikuni. Princesses, left to right: Princess Shizuko, wife of Prince Taka; Princess Keiko of Fushimi; Princess Masako (Korean: Bangja), wife of Crown Prince Euimin; Princess Setsuko, wife of Prince Yasuhito; Princess Shizuko, wife of Prince Taka; Princess Asaka of Fushimi; Princess Chikako of Chichibu; Princess Toshiko, wife of Prince Tsunenori; Princess Naoko, wife of Prince Haruhito; and Princess Itsuko, wife of Prince Morimasa.

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