Justin Bieber ‘In A Happy Place,’ Hits Tokyo, Japan, With Mom Pattie Mallette

Justin Bieber flies to Tokyo, Japan, with his mom Pattie Mallette, leaving legal woes, feuds, and deportation petition debates behind.

Justin Bieber is on the move again. This time, the young superstar has hit Tokyo, Japan.

True to form whenever he travels somewhere far afield, the 20-year-old took to Twitter earlier today and asked his 51 million followers,

“Where am I?”

Within a short time, online networking by Beliebers tracked Justin to Tokyo.

Fan-obtained pictures showed Bieber walking through what is likely to be Tokyo International Airport with his crew and bodyguards and his mother, Pattie Mallette.

Whether the flight was particularly agreeable or whether Bieber was just pleased to back in the country that he “loves the culture” of, isn’t known.

Flight attendant, Sonia D’Silva on Bieber’s flight from LA to Tokyo remarked how “nice and polite” the singer was while gushing sweetly on her social media accounts about her surprise encounter. Bieber signed an autograph for her.

But the 20-year-old singer was all smiles as he posed with fans in the terminal for pictures that surfaced hours ago.

Of course, Justin’s apparent good humor may also be down to his reunion with Disney alum Selena Gomez.

The reunited couple were reportedly inseparable at first weekend of Coachella, where the Canadian singer made a surprise appearance as hype man and special guest of Chicago MC, Chance The Rapper.

(Bieber arriving in Tokyo, April 20, sourced via Yuripinksmile Instagram. )

There no word yet on why Bieber is in Tokyo but some sort of announcement is expected today, according to Sound Check Manila.

The Philippines music listing site has just named Justin their Artist of the Month and have been hyping up Beliebers online at their Twitter and Facebook pages to prepare for news.

This may or may not be what Bieber was referring to when he posted this cryptic message three days ago.

Meanwhile, Bieber leaves behind a fair to middling amount of drama behind at his previous stop, Los Angeles. But, by Bieber’s standards, it wasn’t a bad week.

After his return from Coachella in Indio, California, Justin was spotted throughout the week at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, where he posed for pictures with fans each night.

Justin Bieber

(Photo: The singer with fans outside Four Seasons Beverly Hills, on Friday, April 18.)

And, apart from one occasion where the “Beauty and A Beat” star politely told a paparazzo “Just don’t talk” as he was left the Grove earlier this week, he appeared to have no problem with just being filmed.

However, all hell broke loose when Bieber crashed the new album release party of former Nickelodeon actor Drake Bell on Thursday, after following two years of insults from Bell that Bieber has never responded to.

Nutshelled, Justin pulled up in a Sprinter van in front of Mixology at the Grove, Los Angeles, where Bell’s party was held. After opening the van door slightly and popping his head out, Bieber and the van were swarmed by fans — including Bell’s.

Hilariously, Bieber then dragged Bell on social media via three Instagram posts that clearly told Bell his years of baiting had finally been answered.

One photo that was later deleted, and comes with a question of how was it obtained, shows Drake peering over Mixology’s balcony staring at Bieber’s swarmed van.

The caption: “Why is @JustinBieber sprinter van getting more attention than my album release party,” was a burn for the ages.

Drake Bell Shamed

Drake has since attempted to downplay his shading and says Bieber physically tried to enter the party but was turned away because it was an over-21 door policy. However, that version of events isn’t borne out by eyewitnesses who recalled Bieber staying in the van.

“There’s no war. There’s no real beef or anything like that,” Bell insisted to FOX 11, adding:

“I was changing my clothes [at the time], I didn’t know he was there,” he went on, somewhat implausibly. “That pic [that Bieber posted on Instagram] is actually as Justin was leaving.”

Unfortunately for Drake, video evidence makes it abundantly clear he watched Bieber’s van (fully changed), and must have known whose van it was by the crazed reaction of every teen girl in the vicinity.

In other Bieber news, the White House has finally responded to the petition demanding the singer’s deportation back to his native Canada.

The administration side-stepped making a comment citing terms of participation, and instead made a case for immigration reform.

Before leaving for Tokyo, Justin stopped by a Hollywood studio where he signed a platinum record plaque for producer Soundzdope and others who worked on his 2012 Believe album.

Bieber also posed with fans outside as he left the studio, with his hat making quite the fashion statement.

We’ll update with more news from Tokyo and that mysterious announcement when we get it.

Tweeting later from his new locale, Justin wrote, “In a happy place. Much love to everyone this Easter,” before adding:

“This is my time off but my mind is alway running. Learned a lot this past year thru trial & error but that is life. Excited for what’s next.”