Amazing First Pictures from Japan
Helena Merten (L), Adriana Jimenez (C) and Cesilie Carlton (R) indulge in a little local culture.
In case you forgot, it's the first ever Red Bull Cliff Diving event in Japan.
Jonathan Paredes is looking to make a big leap toward winning the his first ever title.
Rachelle Simpson managed a training dive on Thursday, but it was to be her last as she pulled out through injury and illness.
But the two-time female champion was later smiling with sports director Niki Stajkovic.
Gary Hunt looks relaxed as he bids to secure a record sixth World Series win on Sunday.
And the Brit showed no nerves in his first round dive as he surged to the top of the standings.
Lysanne Richard watches on as Christian Arayon leaps through the air.
Kris Kolanus and Sergio Guzman voice their approval of a dive on the cliff edge.
Rhiannan Iffland is close to winning a sensational World Series title in her debut season.
And no wonder she's so happy after another brilliant display of diving put her in first place heading into the final round.
But Lysanne Richard will be hoping to put in a great final round dive on Sunday and take the women's title fight all the way to Dubai.
Adriana Jimenez looks in fine form this weekend, and a podium place could well be within reach after two great dives rocketed her into second place.
Jonathan Paredes flies through the Japanese skies on his way to sixth place overnight.
The 21.5m and 28m platforms rise majestically from the stunning Sandanbeki cliffs.
Olympic hero Greg Louganis and Orlando Duque shared a special synchro dive direct from the rocks.
The two leaping legends were all smiles after a safe landing in the warm Pacific waters.