With Japan's Prince Hisahito, the second in line to the throne, about to wrap up his first overseas trip with his parents Crown Prince Fumihito and Crown Princess Kiko, here are some highlights of their visit to Bhutan:

Day 1: Aug. 17, 2019

Prince Hisahito landed at Paro airport in Bhutan with his mother, Crown Princess Kiko, for the private family trip.

Crown Prince Fumihito arrived on a separate flight as a precautionary measure, as the father and his 12-year-old son are currently the top two in a line of just three heirs to the Chrysanthemum Throne. 

Prince Hisahito joined his parents at a meeting with Japan International Cooperation Agency staff members in Paro.

The family also visited the National Museum of Bhutan in Paro.

Day 3: Aug. 19, 2019

Crown Prince Fumihito, Crown Princess Kiko and Prince Hisahito, clad in a traditional Japanese haori coat, visited Bhutanese King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Queen Jetsun Pema and their 3-year-old son Prince Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck in the capital city of Thimphu.

The family were serenaded by a classical Bhutanese dance and musical band as they entered Tashichho Dzong, a Buddhist monastery and fortress housing the king's and government offices. 

(Photo courtesy of Bhutan's Royal Office for Media)

(Photo courtesy of Bhutan's Royal Office for Media)

(Photo courtesy of Bhutan's Royal Office for Media)

(Photo courtesy of Bhutan's Royal Office for Media)

The young prince also tried his hand at archery, the kingdom's national sport.

Day 4: Aug. 20, 2019

The family visited a public school in the capital, where Prince Hisahito joined pupils for a few games.

Later in the day, they visited a farm where rare bovid takins, a species of large ungulate which is native to the kingdom, roam. The family also visited a hiking trail in Thimphu.

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