Prince Kaya of Japan, center, with (front row l-r) Frank Shaw (Mayor of Los Angeles); Harry L. Harper (President of the Chamber of Commerce); (back row l-r) Col. Senichi Kushibuchi (aide to the Prince); and Tomokazu Hori (Japanese consul of Southern California) at a luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel hosted by the city and the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. The flags of the United States and Japan are on the wall behind the group.
Prince Kaya of Japan (left) in front of the Lt. Col. Shunzo Kido memorial plaque on the World Peace Bridge on Mount Rubidoux, with Rufus B. von Kleinsmid (President of the University of Southern California, center), Tomokazu Hori (Japanese consul of Southern California, 2nd from right) and 2 others. The plaque reads: "During the Equestrian Games of the 10th Olympiad Lt. Col. Shunzo Kido Turned Aside From the Prize to Save His Horse. He Heard the Low Voice of Mercy, Not the Loud Acclaim of Glory. 1934. Erected by the Riverside Humane Society. Unveiled in the Presence of H.I.H. Prince Tsunenori Kaya"
Following a breakfast hosted by the Los Angeles Breakfast Club at the Ambassador Hotel, Prince and Princess Kaya of Japan obligingly pose for a photograph with the club's dappled wooden horse with, with the Prince holding a golden statuette of a saddled horse, a symbol of the esteem of the club membership.
Prince and Princess Kaya of Japan in a chauffeur driven automobile on the day of their arrival in Los Angeles, greeted by a crowd. Princess Kaya holds a bouquet of flowers and Prince Kaya is dressed in a military uniform. The car was transporting Prince and Princess Kaya from La Grande Station to the Ambassador Hotel.
Prince and Princess Kaya of Japan with Lieut.-Col. Senichi Kushibuchi (aide-de-camp of Prince Kaya, left), Kihuye Matsumura (lady in waiting to Princess Kaya, far left) and Mayor Frank Shaw (right) upon their arrival at the La Grande Station. Prince Kaya and Senichi Kushibuchi wear military uniforms.