After visiting the Prince Takamado Japan Centre at the University of Alberta and meeting with the Japan Centre's board members, many attended the lecture given by Her Imperial Highness about Netsuke (miniature sculptures invented in the 17th-century) hosted by the university.
Later that day, Her Imperial Highness visited McConnell Place North, an assisted-living facility, and met with Japanese nationals, as well as those of Japanese descent. In the evening, she attended a dinner hosted by Alberta Lieutenant Governor Lois Mitchell.
Arrival at University of Alberta's Telus Centre
Visit to the University of Alberta's Prince Takamado Japan Centre
Prince Takamado Japan Centre Board Members audience with Princess Takamado
Lecture at the University of Alberta
Luncheon at the University of Alberta
Visit to McConnell Place North
Japanese Nationals and Japanese-Canadians audience with Princess Takamado
Dinner hosted by Alberta Lieutenant Governer, Lois Mitchell