Japan Welcomes U.S. Celebrities

A slew of celebrities flocked to Japan over the last few weeks, including Justin Bieber and the New York opera company. Bieber paid a formal visit to the US Embaassy in Tokyo and spent some time with Japanese children from the affected northeast region.

The opera company arrived at Nagoya's Centrair International Airport today, May 30, and will perform in both Nagoya and Tokyo during their three-week stay.

Lady Gaga will head to Tokyo next month for the Video Music Aid Japan, an international music television event to benefit the Japanese Red Cross.

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