The issue of Kei Komuro and Mako’s move has been attracting a lot of attention. They have been living in a high-rise apartment in Hell’s Kitchen in New York City, but they have been asked to move to a 200-million-yen “chalk mansion” in the suburbs of New York City as a potential new home. However, “Josei Seven” reported that they are likely to move to a 200 million yen “chalk mansion” in the suburbs of New York.
The apartment in which she currently lives is a one-bedroom apartment with a rent of about 500,000 yen. On the other hand, the reported “mansion” has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. If she were to rent it, it would cost well over 1,000,000 yen.
The contract of her current apartment is up for renewal in November. “The contract for the current apartment is up for renewal in November, so some people think that the move is definite. “Some people seem to think that the move is definite because the contract of the current apartment is up for renewal in November. Furthermore, the previous owner of the property they are moving to is an executive at Fordham University Law School, where Kei completed his studies, and the current owner’s wife is an employee of the New York State Supreme Court. Both have denied any involvement with the Komuro couple, but there is a strong view that the involvement of a New York lawmaker “cannot be considered a coincidence.
On the other hand, the Imperial Household Agency has been keeping a close eye on the Komuro’s movements as well as their place of residence.
While keeping an eye on the status of other properties, we have been informed that they have rushed to confirm the latest news because they believe that “Mako may have already become pregnant and is now acting accordingly. Although it is not known for sure at this point, I have heard that the stance is that “the timing may be close,” and that it is better to be prepared for it.
The Imperial Household Agency is said to be paying particular attention not only to the destination of the move, but also to the reason for the move and the layout.
“As for raising children in a shared house, while crying can, of course, cause problems, the 3 bedrooms and 2 “While there are some problems with raising a child in a shared house, the risk is reduced if the child is raised in a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom mansion. Although the property does not seem to be what one would call a mansion, from the property’s point of view, they appreciate the fact that it shows that they have chosen it on the premise of raising a child”.
Currently, Kei walks to work at the law office, but if she were to move into the property, she would likely drive to work.
The reason the local consulate general and the Imperial Household Agency continue to gather information about the couple is because they consider security to be an important factor. If they move, they may have to take new measures.
Two years have passed since the couple moved to the U.S. and began their new life. Will they be entering a new phase of their lives?
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