Prince Harry suggested he'd like to move to Tokyo during his recent visit there for the ISPS Sports Values Summit, where he was promoting the transformative power of sports with his charity Sentebale.
Whilst he was at the event, he spoke about his affection for Japan and said he'd happily move to the country "if you'd have me".
He also told the crowd that he'd had been enjoying the local delicacies, and had "the most incredible Kobe steak, both for dinner last night and lunch today".
He also said that Japanese culture is "very special".
"Your warmth, your compassion, your generosity, every single element of the Japanese culture is really unique and very, very special," he said.
"I noticed it my first visit four years ago when I came for the Rugby World Cup. And I would happily live here if you'd have me. Thank you for your hospitality. I have really, really enjoyed being here in Japan again and I'm looking forward to my next visit."
Harry is also travelling to Singapore to take part in the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup on 12 August.
Watch: Harry speaks about power of sport at Tokyo event
Also in attendance was Nachos Figeuras — Harry's longtime friend and polo player who is also due to take part in the charity polo tournament — and Sophie Chandauka, the new chair of the board of Sentebale and founder of the Black British Business Awards.
Whilst speaking at the event, Harry said about the power of sport: "The lessons we learn on the field are the same principles of philanthropy: that a mission, hard work, dedication, and partnership can make even the impossible, possible.
"Whether banded together in victory or showing up with respect in loss, no one ever crosses a finish line or scores a goal without the help and belief of others. That, to me, is the power of sport."
Figueras also echoed Harry's pleasure at having the opportunity to visit Japan and discuss the impact sport can have, "It’s wonderful to be here in Japan on behalf of Sentebale taking the opportunity to talk about the power of polo, a sport I love, and how it serves as a platform to raise awareness for our work.
"Next stop is Singapore, where we will be raising funds for Sentebale's important work in southern Africa whilst enjoying a great afternoon of polo."
ISPS founder Dr Haruhisa Handa also thanked the representatives of Sentebale for helping to shine a light on the importance of sport in improving mental health and community building.
"Being closed off from the world brings with it all kinds of mental hardships, including loneliness and depression," he said.
"These issues are faced especially by those in both disabled and underprivileged communities. But academic research has proven that sport is one of the best methods to overcoming these difficulties, and allows for full social integration and mental and physical well-being.
"We have heard today from our esteemed guests — Dan Carter, Nacho Figueras, Steve James, Sophie Chandauka, Wim de Villiers, and Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex — about the incredible power of sport to change lives, and the inspiring philanthropic work that each have undertaken to pioneer this conviction."