ほほー demand (要求する）とはまた、かなり強いことばつかってますね 中身もすげーよ、一応一部コピペね Coverage of the Imperial Family is restricted to a small pool of reporters from the main Japanese newspapers and TV stations, which report only what is authorised by the household agency. Yesterday, despite a new policy of allowing registered foreign journalists into news conferences by government agencies, The Times was refused admission to the gathering where the Crown Prince’s statement was released.
In this information void, wild rumours flourish. They include talk of the Prince and the Princess being estranged and of Princess Aiko suffering from autism. But the Crown Prince’s remarks yesterday set out the most credible reasons for Masako’s distress: the extraordinary difficulties of imperial life for a highly educated, cosmopolitan woman.