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Shinjiro Koizumi wedding plan goes viral in Japanese social media

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Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com
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Wedding plan of Shinjiro Koizumi went viral in Japan on Wednesday, Japanese uprising political star, son of former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, is getting married and will be father soon.

Shinjiro Koizumi, 38, who inherited his father’s political responsibility and popularity, was also a popular choice for the position.

former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi’s son has announced that he will marry Christel Takigawa, a French-Japanese blood television personality, known as the face of Tokyo’s bid to become the host of the 2020 Olympics.

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Young lawmaker Shinjiro Koizumi, a member of the House of Representatives, said the two have started dating since 2018.

Takigawa, who is now 42 and pregnant this October, said they have been friends for several years.

“When with her, I can forget the political battle zone, leave the shield, drop the weapons and calm down”. said Koizumi.

“Being myself, this really helped me,” he told reporters at the Prime Minister’s office, which was under the administration of his father from 2001 to 2006.

Koizumi did not give a hint about the wedding date and said Takigawa is expected to give birth early next year.

Takigawa was born in Paris and her father is from France, she is among the famous news anchors in Japan.

Christel Takigawa became known after speaking of the Japanese tradition of ‘omotenashi’, Japanese use the term to describe what they believe is their unique approach to hospitality. Takigawa in Tokyo’s bid to host the premier sporting event.

The wedding announcement Shinjiro Koizumi and Christel Takigawa has become the hottest topic on Japan’s Twitter with users excited and shocked by the news that the young aspiring politician is getting married.

The young lawmaker Shinjiro Koizumi who inherited the politics from his father, is the rising star among the new generation of Japan.

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