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Japanese crown prince Akishino and his wife visit a furniture workshop during their Finland tour

Sit down! Japanese crown prince Akishino and his wife all smile when they visit a furniture maker during their four-day tour in Finland

  • Prince Akishino, 53, and his wife Kiko, 52 visited furniture workshop in Finland
  • Princess opted for a white skirt and jacket, decorated with pearls
  • The Japanese royal family arrived on Tuesday after a six-day visit to Poland

The Japanese crown prince Akishino and his wife, Princess Kiko, looked cheerful when they arrived at a furniture factory in Finland on Thursday.

Akishino, 53 and Kiko, 52, visited a wooden design studio and furniture manufacturer Nikari in the Fiskars village in Raasepori on the second day of their four-day tour.

With a stylish black suit and tie, the new Japanese emperor of the Japanese emperor smiled about the handy work of the furniture giant.

In the meantime, his bewildered wife looked at wearing a stylish coordinated tweed white skirt and a short jacket.

She made accessorised with a black handbag and matching heels and kept her jewelry to a minimum, opting for a classic pearl necklace, studded earrings and a ring.

Japanese crown prince Akishino, 53, (left) tested a chair during a visit to a furniture maker in Finland with his wife, Princess Kiko, 52 (right)

Japanese crown prince Akishino, 53, (left) tested a chair during a visit to a furniture maker in Finland with his wife, Princess Kiko, 52 (right)

The Japanese royals seemed to be very excited because they were shown around the workshop by Nikari CEO Joanna Vuorio (right)

The Japanese royals seemed to be very excited because they were shown around the workshop by Nikari CEO Joanna Vuorio (right)

The Japanese royals seemed to be very excited because they were shown around the workshop by Nikari CEO Joanna Vuorio (right)

Her slender back hair was neatly hidden behind her ear as she engaged in a conversation before being shown around.

Under the guidance of a number of employees from the workplace, the members of the royal family have looked into the company's seats.

They met Johanna Vuorio, the CEO of Nikari, who took them to her studio.

After a visit to the workshop, they were organized for dinner by the mayor of Raasepori, Ragnar Lundqvist.

Earlier in the day, the royal duo visited the central library of Helsinki and toured with his Oodi collection, services for children and young people in Helsinki.

Prince Akishino wore a stylish black suit with a burgundy striped tie while his wife wore a white skirt and a jacket with black heels

Prince Akishino wore a stylish black suit with a burgundy striped tie while his wife wore a white skirt and a jacket with black heels

Prince Akishino wore a stylish black suit with a burgundy striped tie while his wife wore a white skirt and a jacket with black heels

The Japanese royal houses took a tour of the workshop and admired various pieces of furniture that were on display

The Japanese royal houses took a tour of the workshop and admired various pieces of furniture that were on display

The Japanese royal houses took a tour of the workshop and admired various pieces of furniture that were on display

Akishino and Kiko arrived in Finland on Tuesday after a six-day visit to Poland.

On Tuesday they visited the cathedral of Helsinki with chaplain Maija Kuoppala and met yesterday with the president of the Scandinavian country Sauli Niinisto in the presidential summer residence Kultaranta in Naantali.

During their stay in Finland, they will explore Finnish culture, monuments, nature and health care on various assignments.

The Finnish tour marks 100 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Princess Kiko and crown prince Akishino were impressed by Nikari's workshop, a wooden design studio and furniture manufacturer in the Fiskars village in Raasepori, Finland

Princess Kiko and crown prince Akishino were impressed by Nikari's workshop, a wooden design studio and furniture manufacturer in the Fiskars village in Raasepori, Finland

Princess Kiko and crown prince Akishino were impressed by Nikari's workshop, a wooden design studio and furniture manufacturer in the Fiskars village in Raasepori, Finland

Mayor of Raasepori, Ragnar Lundqvist (standing statue), addressed the royal family when he set them up for dinner on Thursday evening

Mayor of Raasepori, Ragnar Lundqvist (standing statue), addressed the royal family when he set them up for dinner on Thursday evening

Mayor of Raasepori, Ragnar Lundqvist (standing statue), addressed the royal family when he set them up for dinner on Thursday evening

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