Brigitte Macron, 66, stunned in a sleek royal blue dress with zip shoulder detail shoulders, during a workshop of Japanese ‘Bonsai’ culture in Shikou-sou.
Akie Abe, 57, was similarly dressed in a knee length white dress, which she later paired with beige heels.
The duo appeared in good spirits as they experimented with a number of plants and heard from experts.
Brigitte Macron, 66, kicked her heels off for the first day of the official French presidency visit to Japan, as she met with Japanese First Lady Akie Abe
The French First Lady immersed herself into a workshop of Japanese ‘Bonsai’ culture at Shikou-sou, Tokyo
Brigitte and Akie who is the wife of Japan’s current president Shinzō Abe, appeared in good spirits as they experimented with a variety of plants
Brigitte wore her hair styled in a neat side-parting and completed the look with subtle makeup, for an effortlessly polished look.
Joining Lady Akie Abe in kicking her shoes off, Brigitte seemed delighted to have the opportunity to spend time together ahead of the G20 summit.
Later on the two First Lady’s took a tour of the grounds, with their heels back on, as they admired the trees in the gardens.
Brigitte Macron and her husband French President Emmanuel Macron, are set to spend four days in Japan as part of an official visit. This year will be the first time that Japan hosts the leaders of the G20.
The French First Lady wore her in a neat side parting with subtle make-up for an effortlessly polished look during the visit
Brigitte and her husband French President Emmanuel Macron are set to spend four days in Japan as they attend the first G20 summit held in the country
The 66-year-old stunned in a sleek royal blue dress with zip detail across the shoulders, paired with matching court heels
Japanese First Lady Akie Abe gave an equally stylish display in a knee-length white dress teamed with nude heels
Brigitte seemed in good spirits as she examined Bonsai plants alongside Japan’s First Lady and experts in the culture
While the leaders will meet in Osaka, a number of other ministerial meetings will also take place at eight different locations throughout Japan.
Brigitte’s visit to Japan come just days after she welcomed Princess Mary of Denmark to Paris.
The pair spent a day exploring the city with visits to an art gallery and conference in addition to welcoming the Royal into the official residence of the Macron couple.
The French presidencies busy week of engagements in Japan is set to conclude with the European summit in Brussels.
Concluding the French Presidencies official visit to Japan, French President Emmaniel Macron and First Lady Brigitte Macron have a European Summit in Brussels to end the week
The French First Lady’s visit to Japan comes just days after she welcomed Princess Mary of Denmark to Paris
Brigitte beamed as she explored the Bonsai facility in Tokyo alongside Japanese First Lady Akie Abe