People lay flowers at British Embassy as Japan mourns Queen Elizabeth II

The British Embassy in Tokyo became a place of mourning on Friday as Japanese and foreign nationals arrived to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II.

Some bowed their heads in prayer, while others laid flowers outside the gates of the embassy, ​​which is opposite the Imperial Palace’s Hanzomon Gate and has been home to the British mission to Japan for 150 years.

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