The event has concluded.
9:20 am || Participates in an official arrival ceremony; Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan 9:30 am || Inspects the Guard of Honor; Imperial Palace 9:40 am || Participates in a state call with the Emperor and Empress of Japan; Imperial Palace 10:15 am || Arrives at the Akasaka Palace; Akasaka Palace, Tokyo 10:25 am || Meets with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan; Akasaka Palace 12:15 pm ||
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