One Direction Try to Blend In -- With Kimonos (PHOTOS)
The British boy band don traditional Japanese garb as they touch down in Tokyo.
One Direction have become certified globetrotters over the past week, jetting to Africa, the United Kingdom and Asia. For their latest stop, the British boy band made for another memorable arrival, this time causing hysteria at Japan's Narita International Airport
"Airport was crazy! Big love to japanese fans," Niall Horan posted on Twitter.
Horan and his bandmates — Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne — even traded in their trademark European garb for traditional kimonos that featured the word '1D' written in Japanese characters.
After posing for pics and signing autographs for the hundreds of fans gathered in the terminal, the boys retreated to their hotel as they prepare for two concerts on Jan. 18 and 19 in Japan's capital city.
"Sooooo Hi Japan!" Styles wrote, posting a view from their hotel room on Instagram.charitable visit to Ghana as a part of Britain's Red Nose Day on March 15.
"So honoured to be a part of
@rednoseday. Met some beautiful people over in Ghana. Please donate big this year!" wrote Tomlinson.
Starting in February, the boys will continue to rack up air mileage when they hit the road for their Take Me Home tour, which will take them to the U.S., U.K., and Canada. Their upcoming 3D documentary hits theaters in August.
Directioners: Are you going to catch 1D in concert this year? What do you want to see in the 3D movie? Speak out in the comments section, below!