On the last day of the royal Japan visit, the King and Queen of Spain boarded a bullet train in Tokyo for a trip to the city of Shizuoka.
The Spanish monarchs were joined by the Emperor and Empress of Japan for the hour long journey on the Shinkansen train.
The foursome spent the day in Shizuoka - a Japanese prefecture in the foothills of Mount Fuji. They visited a Seismic study centre, before moving to the Fugetsuro Complex, to view an historic clock presented by King Philip III to Governor Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1611, as a token of gratitude for the rescue of the crew of the Spanish galleon San Francisco which sunk in Onjuku, to the north of Tokyo.
The whirlwind royal visit to the Land of the Rising Sun concluded with a farewell ceremony at the Shizuoka Sengen Shrine.
For the last day, Queen Letizia looked impeccable in a sharply tailored teal suit by Felipe Varela. The design is identical to her blush pink separates which she debuted in November 2013.
Her Majesty opted for perfectly matching suede pumps by Magrit and a new pewter clutch by Varela.
Letizia wore her hair pulled back in a half up-do which showed off the Chanel 'Plume' earrings.
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