Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden is on a 3-Day visit to Japan from April 18th to the 21st as part of her for work as an ambassador for UN global sustainability in sustainability, marine and fisheries issues. She attended the International Sustainable Oceans symposium on April 19th. Click HERE to read about Day 1, HERE to learn about Day 2.
On Day 3 of her visit to Japan, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden visited the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, which is the biggest wholesale market for seafood in the world. Afterwards, at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo, she met winners of a video contest organized by the Swedish Embassy. She also met the human robot Pepper, designed to mimic the human body and through a computer system, that can think, reason and understand information.
In the afternoon, Crown Princess Victoria visited Hama Rikyu Gardens, a traditional Japanese garden and public park located at Sumidaflodens mouth, which is surrounded by a moat filled with seawater from Tokyo Bay. Later, she attended a seminar at the Swedish Embassy, where Swedish companies talked about how they work with CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), and had a panel discussion with Japanese companies. Afterwards, she attended a reception for seminar participants and representatives of the Swedish business community in Japan.
For more information, check out: