31 October 2008Prince Charles inspects an honour guard upon his arrival to the British Forces Brunei in Seria in Belait District, 100 km (60 miles) southwest of Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.
Charles and Camilla are greeted during their visit to the British Forces Brunei in Seria in Belait District.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall ride in a decorated Land Rover, as they leave a Gurkha ceremony in Brunei.
The Prince of Wales and Princess Takamado talk to C W Nicol, an environmentalist who has spent the past 26 years establishing a pioneering conservation area near Nagano, during a visit to the Afan Forest in central Japan.
During their visit to the Afan Forest, Prince Charles and Princess Takamado watched charcoal processing.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall met with the elusive Crown Princess Masako and Crown Prince Naruhito for dinner at the Togu Palace in Tokyo.
The Duchess of Cornwall visited St. Luke’s International Hospital in Tokyo. She met pediatric patients at a playroom in the hospital.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall toured the Todai-ji Temple, Nara, Japan on the second full day of their tour.
Prince Charles signed a plate at a calligraphy gallery by Japanese artists, who graduated from the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts during their visit at Nara Craft Museum.
The Duchess of Cornwall with Miki Endo, 20, a student who performed in a traditional Kubuki Theatre, at Keio University in Tokyo on the couple’s first full day in the country.
The Prince experienced close-up dancing from Asimo the robot during a tour of Tokyo’s Museum of Science and Innovation.