PHOTOS: Quvenzhané Wallis looked predictably adorable at the Japanese premier of 'Beasts'

PHOTOS: Quvenzhané Wallis looked predictably adorable at the Japanese premier of 'Beasts'
American actress Quvenzhane Wallis poses with a happi coat for photographers during Japan premiere of "Beasts of the Southern Wild" in Tokyo, Wednesday, March 27, 2013. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

Little Quvenzhané Wallis is just nine years old, but she's already more poised and fashionable (not to mention well-traveled) than actors twice her age. Yesterday, the Oscar-nominated star made her Japanese debut at the Tokyo premier of the film that gave her her breakout role, "Beasts of the Southern Wild." And, unsurprisingly, she looked downright adorable. 

Q, as her friends call her, answered press questions, accepted the gift of a red happi coat, and posed for photos with 8-year-old Japanese sensation Mana Ashida.

But mostly, she just looked like the charming, sweet kid that has captured America's heart.