Prince William Was A Really Good Sport During His Trip To Japan

    What a good sport.

    Prince William spent several days in Japan this week as part of an official tour.

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    Although he was traveling solo, the Duke of Cambridge did all the usual things one does on an official visit to Japan, like meeting the Emperor and Empress.

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    But he also did some other things... like meet dragons.

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    One of the dragons even tried to eat the Duke.

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    He also dressed up in this rather snappy "Happi" coat to take part in a sake barrel breaking ceremony.

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    He even got to dress up in traditional a Japanese Ryokan outfit for dinner with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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    Here is the Prince doing a very good job of not looking uncomfortable.

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    He also managed to not look too awkward when he sat solo for a private performance by several Geishas.

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    Then he donned a traditional Samurai King's Costume, which he seemed to really enjoy.

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    The prince even met with kids in a ball pit at a children's fun park which was, well, adorable.

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    He even juggled!

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    But one of the kids threw balls at the prince. OFF WITH HER HEAD.

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    The duke made a trip to Japanese state broadcaster NHK and clearly loved being in front of the cameras.

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    He even met with NHK's weird, poo-with-teeth mascot "Domo," which the prince seemed to think was funny.

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    Like, really funny.

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    Perhaps aware of what people have said about his hair in the past, the prince decided to skip trying on a Samurai wig.

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    Instead, the British ambassador to Japan tried the wig, which William thought was very amusing indeed.

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    Kate better watch out because the royals have a new fashion icon...

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