Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and three of couple's adorable kids said "Konnichiwa!" to Japanese fans on Sunday as they touched down in Tokyo's Haneda International Airport. The family are visiting Japan while Brad promotes his new action flick, World War Z.
Always a family man, Brad opted to bring along Pax Thien, Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline while on a promotional tour for his latest box office hit.
The high-profile family were all smiles after the long-haul flight to Tokyo
The family flew in their private jet, leaving their remaining children Shiloh Nouvel, Zahara Marley and Maddox Chivan back home in Los Angeles, California.
The family were pleased to see so many Japanese fans had turned out for the occasion
The kids looked exhausted from the nine-hour flight, but were happy to smile and wave to photographers at the airport. Five-year-old Knox clung to his father's hand, while Pax, nine, carried a huge purple teddy bear.
Angelina took the time to greet a lucky few fans
A remarkably fresh looking Angelina Jolie stopped to sign autographs for a few lucky fans, before the family were whisked out of the airport under tight security.
Camera shy? Pax hid behind his big purple teddy bear
While the family looked happy to spend time together in Japan for now, they are soon to be separated once again.
Brad is to return to London to shoot World War II drama Fury, while Angelina will direct her own flick Unbroken in Hawaii.