King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium are on a 6-day State Visit to Belgium to celebrate 150 years of Belgian-Japanese friendship. They arrived in Tokyo, visited the historical Nezu Shrine, and attended a reception for Belgian community at the Belgian Embassy in Tokyo.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde were met by Japanese Officials upon their arrival in Tokyo on October 9th. Later, they visited the Nezu Shrine, one of the oldest & most beautiful Shinto worship places in Tokyo. In the evening, the royal couple met the Belgian community in Japan at a reception at the Belgian Embassy in Tokyo.
For the arrival, Queen Mathilde wore an aquamarine dress with a gemstone brooch. King Philippe wore a black suit with a patterned tie. To visit the Nezu Shrine, the Queen wore a coral dress while the King wore a navy suit with a checked tie. In the evening, Queen Mathilde wore a navy blue dress with star earrings, while King Philippe wore a grey suit with a dark suit.
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