During Harry and Figueras' time in Tokyo, the pair advocated for HIV/AIDS research and treatment. Harry stopped in Japan before his scheduled polo match in Singapore for the nonprofit he founded alongside Prince Seeiso.
"I have long believed that sport is a conduit for healing – not just for the mind and body but the world. The sport requires having a dream and the need for community," Harry said at the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition.
Figueras supported Harry throughout the public appearance, and the American-based royal highlighted the significance of living an active life. His love of athleticism is the foundation of the Invictus Games — a multi-sport event Harry created for injured, wounded and sick servicemen.
Prior to Harry leaving the monarchy, he was the patron of several sports-focused causes.
"Whether banded together in victory or showing up with respect in loss, no one ever crosses a finish line or scores a goal without the help and belief of others," the veteran passionately said. "The lessons we learn on the field are often the same principles of philanthropy; that a mission, hard work, dedication, and partnership can make even the impossible, possible."
"That is what giving back requires, and we are all capable of creating or joining a team to do so," Harry added.
While Harry and Figueras explored the Asian metropolis, Meghan Markle was spotted at a Taylor Swift concert. The Royal Observer reported Meghan enjoyed the pop star's performance despite Swift refusing to be a guest on her podcast, "Archetypes."
The Duchess of Sussex was seen dancing to hit songs like "You Belong With Me."