US President Donald Trump has exhibited his belligerent approach to diplomacy with a fish-feeding ceremony in Japan.
Mr Trump was in Tokyo to discuss trade, the economy and the increasingly tenuous situation with North Korea - but before all that, he and Melania made a visit to see the Abes at Akasaka Palace.
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The meeting involved quite a few formal ceremonies - one of which involved fish-feeding at a koi pond in the palace gardens.
The pair of world leaders were each given a wooden box filled with fish food to toss into the pond using small spoons, which Mr Trump did a few times.
But he clearly grew tired of that - and instead took to pouring the entire contents of the box into the water, drawing a laugh from himself, Mr Abe and a few onlookers.
At the time of the incident, many believed Mr Trump had undertaken the act completely of his own accord - but journalists present and some video of the moment reveals Mr Abe had actually done the same thing moments before.
The fish-feeding ceremony was followed by a wave by both leaders, who then walked off to attend other meetings.