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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, third from right, and wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, second right, visit the Meiji Shrine, escorted by a Shinto priest in Tokyo, on Tuesday. Trudeau arrived in Tokyo on Monday and will attend the G-7 summit in Mie Prefecture starting Thursday.

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I hope he will visit Yasukuni Shrine too.

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I hope he will visit Yasukuni Shrine too.

And give them the elbow.

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And give them the elbow.

Now THAT would make my day. LOL

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I believe the correct title is "Oot and aboot"

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I hope he's got his best shrine smile rehearsed coz he'll probably get whisked around a few of them!

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"Whats this? A Prime Minister less than 70 years old??"

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Bingo!

First G7 Leader shrine shot! Omedetou gozaimasu Mr. Trudeau, you've won a year's subscription to Shrines and Shrinist magazine and an I Heart Ameratsu t shirt.

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WAs hoping to see Ike in the background waving a Canadian flag. Maybe the entertainment at tonight's sushi dinner will be Terence and Philip.

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Ah, so that's why we can't use coin lockers or discard our pet bottles in station bins. Makes sense!

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I hope he will visit Yasukuni Shrine too.

You do realize there is still a grave site in Hong Kong for Canadian soldiers who died defending HK from Japan during WWII. Doing that pretty much undermine what his forefather had fought for. Then, again, I pretty much do not expect any great things from him and his party anyway.

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