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January 2010 Tokyo Fashion Report
posted by Clara, Japan Talk, December 14, 2011
Seijin no Hi (coming of age day) is celebrated on the second Monday of January by all Japanese who've turned 20 in the previous year.
The girls dress formally in Furisode Kimono (expensive). Furisode is a style of Kimono worn by young women. The arms of the Furisode Kimono are very long. They symbolize that a unmarried women is old enough to wed.
Usually, the girls out-dress the guys on Seijin no Hi. Guys often wear a Western style suit. This year there were more guys in kimono.
Switching gears, here's some creepy cosplay in Harajuku.
Casual winter styles around the city. Here a woman shops in Ginza. Ginza is perhaps the most famous upscale shopping district in Asia.
Ladies' camera club.
High fashion shot. Streaks of grey was a fad amongst Japanese youth in the late 1990s.
Spark plug girls
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