If Japan’s media protection of Ivanka Trump’s arrival in Tokyo is any indication, the nation appears to be barely obsessive about the primary daughter’s high-ranking place and “great” sense of favor.
Trump’s arrival on the Narita International Airport on Thursday night was lined by 4 tv stations, and handled as “major news,” based on the New York Times. The identical went for her subsequent dinner plans at a swanky Tokyo restaurant.
The metropolis’s metropolitan police, too, have badigned Trump an all-female “riot squad” to guard her from overzealous admirers throughout the go to — and it’s the identical safety measure they plan to increase to first woman Melania Trump when she and President Donald Trump arrive in Japan on Nov. 5.
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“Many people think she’s like a princess,” stated Lully Miura, a political scientist on the University of Tokyo, in a press release to the Washington Post. “She’s well educated, beautiful, sophisticated and rich. And it’s very surprising to Japanese women that she can also talk about things that are important to society.”
The DailyMail added that Japan views Ivanka as “a fashion icon” who will appeal to onlookers throughout her keep.
On Friday, Ivanka spoke on the World Assembly for Women Conference at Tokyo’s Prince Hotel, which reportedly held a lottery for attendees. The speech was not as effectively attended as one would possibly anticipate contemplating her recognition — Trump delivered an 18-minute speech to a partially-empty auditorium — however White House spokesman Josh Raffel says it was the resort’s strict safety measures saved folks from attending to their seats. (A Washington Post reporter in attendance denies this was the case.) Nevertheless, the ladies who heard Trump’s speech appeared to view her as a task mannequin.
“She is a beautiful female leader,” Rena Hayakawa, a 21-year-old school pupil, advised the Times. “Her fashion is great.”
Another lady and former U.S. Senate staffer Mieko Nakabayashi, advised the positioning that Ivanka’s “kind of celebrity” resonates with the Japanese folks.
However, it’s unclear if Ivanka’s father is checked out as favorably. In a January article within the Independent, known as “Why Japan loves Ivanka Trump,” an Ivanka-admiring blogger — who reportedly writes concerning the first daughter’s style and way of life for the Japan Times — hinted that not everyone is as enamored of Donald.
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“She is a good example that a woman can do an outstanding job and handle a misogynist father like Trump, without pushing too much of a feminist agenda or confronting men too much,” stated Yuriko Shinzato.
“That is something that Japanese women want, but have a hard time doing in a still male-dominated society.”