How royal members respect local culture when traveling around the world
Members of the British royal family travel around the world to promote their various charities, meet with world leaders, and connect with ordinary people living in the Commonwealth and other regions.
The community has helped Prince Charles, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry a way of being welcomed by traditional costumes for many years. On other occasions, members of the royal family will adapt to the local style of clothing to respect the culture.
There are 12 royal members wearing beautiful traditional costumes when traveling around the world.
The Happi coat is a festive Japanese costume, which is held during the celebration. Open the bucket with a mallet to provide the inner sake for the person present.
In this case, William joined Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi and Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer at the innovation event held in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo in 2015, breaking a barrel of sake. All men are wearing happy coats.
The traditional Japanese hotel Ryokans often offers guests Japanese yukata during your stay, a casual summer kimono usually made of cotton.
When William met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at a Japanese-style hotel in Koriyama, Japan in 2015, they wore matching bathrobes.