Princess Kako honours Tokyo’s greenery efforts, extols event’s mission

Princess Kako of Japan attended Tokyo’s Midori no Kanshasai event, praising the dedication of individuals and organisations to greenery promotion.

Princess Kako, the second daughter of Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko, graced the Midori no Kanshasai event in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, on Saturday. The ceremony honoured individuals and organizations dedicated to fostering greenery across the nation.

In her address at the event, Princess Kako emphasised the significance of collective efforts in nurturing green spaces. “It’s profoundly meaningful that people from various positions cherish and make efforts toward promoting greenery,” she remarked, underscoring the importance of environmental stewardship.

The Midori no Kanshasai event serves as a platform to recognise the commendable contributions of individuals and groups towards enhancing greenery and environmental sustainability. Such initiatives align with broader efforts in Japan to preserve natural landscapes and mitigate environmental degradation.

Her participation underscores the importance of fostering awareness and collaboration in safeguarding the environment for future generations. As Japan and the world confront pressing environmental challenges, initiatives like Midori no Kanshasai play a crucial role in inspiring positive change and fostering a culture of environmental responsibility.