This Town Niall Horan
10 July 2012, 14:55
The 'Boyfriend' star has hailed fans in Japan for their "crazy" reaction to seeing him perform live there.
Justin Bieber says he is loving his time in Japan and has called the country's fans "incredible" after playing a show to promote his new album 'Believe'.
The 'Boyfriend' star arrived in Japan over the weekend, being pictured arriving into Narita International Airport just outside of Tokyo alongside girlfriend Selena Gomez, and says he feels "blessed" to have such great fans.
"JAPAN is CRAZY RIGHT NOW!!! LOVE IT!! THANKS FOR ALL THE LOVE!!" Justin tweeted yesterday (9th July). "Got a chance to go thank my Japanese label for all their hard work. Now off to some interviews. #blessed.
"This is what it's all about. About to perform for my Japanese fans. The love here has been incredible!!!!" Justin then added earlier today (10th July), alongside a picture of him singing live. "Great acoustic performance #withdankanter. Love you Japan!"
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber performing live in Japan in front of his fans below (Credit: Twitter):
While arriving at the airport yesterday Justin was seen sporting a new more hip-hop influenced look as he wore baggy trousers, a gold watch and an upturned bandana reminiscent of the late rapper Tupac Shakur's trademark headgear.
Justin shot the music video for his next 'Believe' single 'As Long As You Love Me' in America last week, as well as teasing potential cameos in the short film from will.i.am and Usher.
Justin Bieber is set to return to the UK for a new arena tour in earlier 2013 and The Wanted today said they would love to rejoin the 'Never Say Never' star on the road.
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