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A Japanese man rented a theater in Palermo for his 73rd birthday. For one week. For 1500 guests

A Japanese man rented a theater in Palermo for his 73rd birthday.  For one week.  For 1500 guests

A 73-year-old Japanese man traveled to Palermo to celebrate his 73rd birthday as humbly as he could. He originally planned it for his 70th birthday, but Covid intervened. But this year, nothing prevented travel and celebration. On the occasion of the holiday, the man also visits one of his favorite places, the famous Palermo building and the Teatro Massimo Bellini opera house.

This is not very surprising in light of the fact that he rented the opera house. For 1500 guests.

The Japanese man is billionaire Kaoru Nakajima, the most successful member of the Japanese division of the Amway Group, which manufactures cosmetics and household goods, since the 1980s. His profits are estimated at about $300,000 (100 million forints) per month, so he has gained great wealth over the years. Nowadays, he prefers writing books and composing music.

But let’s see the details! They tried to keep the information secret, but much of it leaked. The celebration will be held for 3 days from November 3 to 5. between. The billionaire invited an army of about 1,500 guests, and to make sure everyone had a roof over their heads, he rented a number of hotels for them. Some people are Villa Igea five starsThey drag themselves, for others a Grand Hotel and PalmsBut there are those who have to stay in luxury hotels on the coast.

The birthday party had not rented rooms, but according to the current trend, the entire hotel was packed.

Italy’s largest opera house, Teatro Massimo, will host the main event on Sunday. Matteo Bocelli – Andrea Bocelli’s son – will perform the ceremony. the According to Palermo information today Nearly €100,000 was paid for the rent of the opera house, a rather short sum, which Palermo’s politicians belatedly realized. Dinner will be served by the star chefs after guests hear a Mozart opera conducted by Scala Milan’s former music director, conductor Riccardo Muti.

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They also rented the 130-year-old Polityama Theatre, where the concert will be held. That’s why the seats were taken out and changed to facilitate dancing. Because of the preparations, the Japanese man hired Politeyama for a week so that he would have time to plan and manage the banquet quietly, and then have enough time to arrange it.

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