Belgian State Visit to Japan- Day 4

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited Nagoya on the last day of their State Visit to Japan. They traveled from Yuki to Nagoya on a Shinkansen train. Queen Mathilde toured a department store and attended a luncheon with representatives of the Japanese automobile industry.

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde traveled from Yuki to Nagoya on a Shinkansen train. The King learned about the 10 millions Japanese cars shipped to Belgian ports, while the Queen  saw a showcase of Belgian products at the Matsuzakaya department store in Nagoya. The royal couple had luncheon with representatives of the Japanese automobile industry.

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The King and Queen visited the Tokugawa Art Museum, before returning to Tokyo on the train. King Philippe and Queen Mathilde held a concert in honour of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, before giving an official farewell to their hosts.

Queen Mathilde wore a knitted grey dress with red accessories and pearl & diamond earrings. King Philippe wore a black suit with a red tie. For the concert, he wore a black suit with a purple tie, the Queen woe a green floral skirt with a silk blouse.

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