Michael Jackson visits Tokyo children’s home

[b]Michael Jackson visits Tokyo children’s home[/b] TOKYO (Reuters) – Pop star Michael Jackson visited a Tokyo children’s home on Sunday and told a group of 140 excited children “I love you” in Japanese. The 47-year-old entertainer, who appeared in public on Saturday for the first time since his acquittal on sex-abuse charges last year to receive a music award, was greeted by about 100 fans as he arrived in a black van. Inside the Seibi Gakuen children’s home, Jackson watched a 15-minute performance of traditional music and dance by children in kimonos before speaking briefly on stage. “I’m very happy to be here,” said Jackson, wearing sunglasses and a white T-shirt under a black double-breasted suit with gold buttons and a single red armband.