One Direction touched down in Tokyo this morning, dressed to impress their Japanese fans.
Ditching their usually fashionable attire, the boys instead opted for traditional Japanese Kimonos- which went down a treat with the thousands of adoring fans awaiting their arrival.
We see a marketing opportunity here.
With the One Direction onesie being such a big hit, why not branch out to having a branded One Direction Kimono?
On arrival the boys bowed for the paparazzi before signing autographs for their adoring fans.
Is there anywhere left in the world where One Direction haven’t been heard of?
Before jetting off to Tokyo however, the boys spent the weekend in Accra, Ghana, filming a segment for this year’s Comic Relief.
After visiting the poverty stricken area, Harry Styles, 18, took to Twitter admitting that the experience had been life changing.
He wrote: “Today was the most amazing day I've had so far.. In my life ever.”
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Returning to Twitter later on, the singer then thanked Comic Relief for giving him the opportunity to visit the country and be part of the charity.
He tweeted: “@rednoseday Thank you so much for having us. It was amazing and we'll see you soon xx.”
One Direction have recorded a cover of the Blondie hit ‘One way or Another’ which will serve as the official charity record for Comic Relief this year.