The Japanese and U.S. first ladies Akie Abe and Melania Trump visited an air-conditioned Tokyo digital art museum Sunday and mingled with around 30 elementary students as their husbands played golf in unseasonably hot weather.

During their one-hour visit to the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, they saw the popular teamLab exhibition featuring students' drawings of sea creatures projected on a wall, including sea turtles with "Be Best" written on their shells, the slogan for the U.S. first lady's anti-bullying initiative for children.

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The first ladies also saw the ethereal Forest of Lamps section of the exhibit.

The students were from Tokyo's Setagaya Ward, which will host the U.S. teams participating in the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.

The first ladies also attended a sumo wrestling tournament with President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, before dinner at a traditional charcoal grill restaurant.

On Monday, both couples will attend a banquet at the Imperial Palace, where the Trumps will be received as the first state guests since the ascension of Emperor Naruhito on May 1.

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