The Japanese government has designated 10 sites in and around Tokyo as no-fly zones for drones during the visit of US President Donald Trump.
Trump will arrive in Japan as a state guest on Saturday. He is due to play golf with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and watch a sumo tournament on Sunday. On Monday, Trump will meet Emperor Naruhito and hold a summit with Abe.
Drones will be banned from Saturday through Tuesday at 10 locations, including the Kokugikan sumo arena and the Akasaka State Guest House in Tokyo, a golf course and the Maritime Self-Defense Force base near Tokyo.
Drones operating in the no-fly areas are liable to be confiscated by the police.