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July 26th and 27th


The Accomplishments
Of Today's
Married Women®

Mrs. Japan International®

Hiroko Takahashi - Top 15

People's Choice Award

1.Tell us why anyone would want come to your hometown?
I believe HSP shine for the first time by knowing and understanding that they are. Just like I used to be. Whether you are an HSP, a person who doesn't, or if you have various other personalities, we create a society where everyone can live comfortably. I make the change so that everyone's change is the step to expand the choices of life. Like when I stand at the turning point where life shines.

2.What are the (2) most important things in your closet and why?
My husband is a former jockey, and now he manages horses as a trainer of the Japan Racing Association. He is passionate about horses and those who live in the world of horses. It is his happiness that horses and people can live happily. He has a talent to make people smile with humor, and there are a lot of smiles around him. He is very affectionate and cherishes his family very much.

3.What do you love to cook and why?
During the year-end and New Year holidays, relatives gathered at my grandmother's house to celebrate the New Year. My father has eight brothers. And when each family is combined, more than 30 people gathered. Children enjoyed playing games and playing tag until midnight. I have cousins who have not been able to contact them now, but I would be happy if my success could reach them and work together.

4.If you had an extra hour each day, what would you do?
I always took care of my surroundings and felt the change of people and responded. I showed people who were visually impaired the way. I also picked up trash in the city. When a big earthquake occurred in Japan, I walked along the railroad tracks and went to the disaster area and volunteered.If anyone needed me, it was my mission to respond to it. My friend told me that it looked like a nightingale. After that, I became a nurse and became even more dedicated.

5.Describe the dirtiest job you have ever had to do?
I buy a private helicopter for my husband. He works as a trainer and goes to any racecourse in Japan. Driving and moving for hours, connecting bullet trains and airplanes is very tiring. If he can move in a short time and keep his private space, he will be able to reduce the burden and stress of his body and develop more concentration on his work.

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