WorldWe Asked People In Tokyo What They Wish Their Prime Minister Would Say To President Trump"Don't throw the world into too much fear and chaos."By by Eimi Yamamitsu山光瑛美 BuzzFeed News Reporter, Japan and by Ryan BroderickBuzzFeed News Reporter and by Keigo Isashi井指 啓吾 BuzzFeed Contributor, JapanPosted on February 10, 2017, 7:41 amTwitterFacebookLink Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump will hold a summit meeting in Washington, DC, on Friday. Drew Angerer / Getty Images After the meeting, the two leaders will head to Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Some critics have called it "golf diplomacy," and at a press conference on Tuesday, Seiji Mataichi, the head of Japan's Social Democratic Party, called the meeting an embarrassing attempt to curry favor with the Trump administration. BuzzFeed News hit the streets of Tokyo to find out what the average person in Japan hopes Abe will tell Trump. Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Don't be a 'Yes Man'." Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Please emphasize Japan's rights." Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Please tell President Trump to work closely with Japan and to do his best for world peace ... I want the Catholics, Muslims, and Buddhists to talk it out." Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "We're worried that we'll be under America's thumb." To President Trump: Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Have a flexible mindset!!" Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "No war!! Peace first." Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Get it together!!" Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Don't throw the world into too much fear and chaos." Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed "Don't close the door!!" This post was translated from Japanese. Eimi Yamamitsu山光瑛美 BuzzFeed News Reporter, Japanバズフィード・ジャパン ニュース記者Contact Eimi Yamamitsu at email@example.com.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereRyan BroderickBuzzFeed News ReporterContact Ryan Broderick at firstname.lastname@example.org.Keigo Isashi井指 啓吾 BuzzFeed Contributor, JapanContact Keigo Isashi at email@example.com.