of Age Ceremony
Yamane from Japan
15th is Seijin-no-hi, the Coming-of-Age
ceremony, in Japan.
Most Japanese women do not wear the
traditional kimono now, but many women
wear it for the Coming-of-Age
that day, Japanese people celebrate being 20 years
old as reaching adulthood, like 21 years old in
I had this ceremony. I wore a "kimono." A kimono is
a traditional Japanese dress. Commonly most
Japanese do not wear it now, but many women wear it
on this day.
went to city to that place in their hometown. There
are some events there. But recently, many young
people don't take part in the event and are
chatting or taking pictures with old friends.
that way, they can understand how they have
changed. This celebration is not only a function
but also at chance to know how much we have
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