President Bush and Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi wrap up their two-day meeting with a visit Friday to Elvis Presley's mansion.
The two leaders, accompanied by Mrs. Bush, will tour Graceland - the Memphis, Tennessee estate of the late "King of Rock and Roll."
Mr. Koizumi is an avid Presley fan. The president and the prime minister discussed North Korea's possible test-fire of a long-range missile during talks at the White House Thursday.
They warned Pyongyang not to carry out a test. Mr. Bush said it would be "unacceptable," and Mr. Koizumi warned of "various pressures" on the Stalinist state if it goes ahead with a test.
Mr. Bush said he and Mr. Koizumi also discussed the six-party talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear program.
This is likely Mr. Koizumi's final official visit to the United States. He has announced he will step down as prime minister in September.
Information for this report is provided by AP and AFP.