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Princess Mako Net Worth: How Rich is Princess Mako Actually?



Princess Mako Net Worth

Princess Mako is a former Princess and member of the Japanese imperial family. She is the eldest daughter of the Crown Prince of Japan, Prince Fumihito, and Princess Kiko. Mako recently gave up her imperial title and left the imperial family after she married a commoner, Kei Komuro on October 26, 2021. As of 2022, Princess Mako net worth is estimated to be around $10 million.

Full NameMako Komuro
Birth DateOctober 23, 1991
Birth PlaceTokyo Imperial Palace, Japan
Known asFormer Princess of Japanese Imperial family
HusbandKei Komuro
Net Worth$10 million

Early life

Princess Mako was born on the 23rd of October, 1991 in Tokyo Imperial Palace, Tokyo. She was born at Imperial Household Agency Hospital. Mako grew up with her younger brother, Prince Hisahito, and her younger sister, Princess Kako.

For her primary and high school education, she has studied at the Gakushin School. In July-August 2010, she joined the University College, Dublin (UCD) where she studied English. Then, she joined the International Christian University from where she held Bachelor’s degree in Art and Cultural Heritage.

In September 2012, she joined the University of Edinburgh and studied art history for nine months until May 2013. Later, she attended the University of Leicester from where she received an MA degree in Art Museum and Gallery Studies. After a few months in September 2016, she attended the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, International Christian University to complete the doctoral course.

Princess Mako Net Worth & Career

Princess Mako became an internet idol in 2004 after pictures of her wearing sailor fuku appeared on television. She became more popular after a video featuring fanart of her was uploaded on the video-sharing website, Nico Nico Douga, which attracted 340K views, and 86K comments. After the video reached out to the Imperial Household Agency, they were not sure how to handle the matter since they found no signs of insults against the Imperial Family.

On October 23, 2011, she was conferred Grand Cordon of the Order of the Precious Crown. After that, she was referred to as an adult member of the Imperial family and started attending many official events. Despite being a member of the Imperial Family, she served as a volunteer in the affected areas of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. However, while working for a good cause, she didn’t reveal her real identity. Mako has also served as a project researcher on the University of Tokyo’s museum.

Personal Life

Princess Mako married a lawyer, Kei Komuro on October 26, 2021. She was about to marry Komuro in November 2018, however, the wedding was postponed for three years due to the financial dispute between Kei and his mother. As the news of dispute broke out, the imperial family, as well as the public, were not happy with their wedding.

However, in early 2021, Kei released a 28-page statement where he clarified that the money his mother received from her former fiance was a gift, and he wished to pay the amount back. In September 2021, the news came out the wedding would be going to be held in the government office as a simple ceremony. The wedding date was announced three days after Princess Mako’s 30th birthday.

On October 26, 2021, Princess Mako officially married Kei Komuro at the local ward office, and with that, she lost her royal title and became a commoner as stated by Imperial Household law. She was about to receive $1.3 million after leaving the Imperial Family, however, she gave up the amount, and became the first female member of the imperial family to forgo a gift of money and an official wedding ceremony.

As per the reports, Mako would be moving to New York with her husband, Kei Komuro, who is employed at the New York-based law firm, Lowenstein Sandler LLP. She is reported to be awaiting her US visa and passport issuance. For now, she will be moving to her own residence based in the Shibuya district in Tokyo as she is not allowed to stay inside the imperial quarters.

Princess Mako Net Worth

As of 2022, Princess Mako’s personal wealth is estimated to be around $10 million. As she has given up a royal title and forgone the Japanese government’s taxpayer-funded payment of $1.3 million, it would surely affect her net worth value.

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