1. Vehicle with Britain's Prince of Wales, Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, arriving at Imperial Palace, Prince Charles and Camilla getting out of car, walking towards palace, greeting Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko
2. Mid of royal couples shaking hands, talking
3. Mid of media
4. Wide of Prince Charles and Camilla standing with Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, posing for photographs, zoom in on Camilla and Emperor Akihito talking, pan to Prince Charles and Empress Michiko
5. Wide of royal couples talking
6. Camilla talking to Emperor Akihito
7. Pan from Prince Charles to Empress Michiko, pull out to royals entering palace
8. Wide of Prince of Wales being received by school children waving UK flags outside the Miraikan Museum
9. Tilt up from union jack flag to Charles talking to children
10. Interior of Asimo, Honda's humanoid robot running
11. Tilt up of robot
12. Prince Charles chatting to officials at museum
13. Wide of robot dancing for the Prince, push in to robot then pans to Prince watching
14. Wide of Prince speaking at the museum
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Prince Charles, Britain's Prince of Wales:
"The credit crunch is rightly a preoccupation of vast significance and importance, but ladies and gentlemen we take our eye off the climate crunch at our peril. While we hope and pray that the underlying strengths of the global economy will once again enable it to bounce back the effects of climate change will be far, far from temporary and will indeed be irreversible."
16. Wide of Prince walking away from podium
17. Mid of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, walking, waving to crowd
18. Wide crash zoom in to Charles and Camilla approaching cheering crowd
19. Charles and Camilla greeting well-wishers
20. Mid of Japanese students looking at royal couple
21. Wide interior zoom in to students performing a traditional kabuki theatre piece
22. Mid of Charles and Camilla watching
23. Wide pan right from royal couple and entourage to men fighting a kendo martial arts bout
24. Prince Charles holding kendo stick, zoom in to Charles examining stick
Britain's Prince Charles said on Tuesday that the current financial crisis should not distract the world from the larger issue of global warming.
"The credit crunch is rightly a preoccupation of vast significance and importance. But we take our eye off the climate crunch at our peril," he said in a speech at a science museum in Tokyo.
The heir to the British throne is visiting the world's second-largest economy for the first time since 1970.
His arrival coincides with plunging global markets and recession fears.
The prince has made saving the environment the theme of his trip, and spoke on Tuesday after viewing exhibits related to global warming at Japan's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
He called on advanced nations to cut carbon emissions by 70 to 80 percent by the year 2050.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, were greeted by Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at the Imperial palace.
Earlier on Tuesday Prince Charles received a warm welcome in front of the Tokyo museum, as dozens of schoolchildren waving British flags greeted his motorcade.
He sprinkled some local dialect in his speech, beginning with "Ladies and gentlemen, konnichi wa," using the Japanese phrase for "good afternoon".
He also emphasised the business ties between Britain and Japan, and praised the country for its role in the adoption by many countries of the Kyoto Protocol, while emphasising that further progress was necessary to stave off global warming.
The prince has increasingly used his publicity to highlight environmental problems.
He has made efforts to cut his overall annual carbon dioxide production, including converting his 38-year old Aston Martin to run on bioethanol from surplus wine, while his Jaguars, Audi and Range Rover now take biodiesel made from used cooking oil.
The prince is in the midst of a four-day jaunt through the country with his wife, which coincides with the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Britain and Japan.
Earlier the royal couple visited Tokyo's prestigious Keio University. There they were treated to a display of traditional kabuki theatre and a demonstration of kendo, a Japanese martial art using sticks.
They are also due to visit a solar panel lab, meet ecology students and tour a sustainable forest site, before continuing on to Brunei and Indonesia.