Tokyo babes and big black busses

Today is Coming-of-Age Day [Seijin no hi], when everyone who turns the age 20 during the year celebrates official adulthood by dressing up in kimono, listening to dull ceremonies and getting silly drunk.

Coming on second Monday in January, this makes a 3-day holiday weekend here in Japan as I said in my previous 3Yen post, Yoga dog holiday. Local Japanese right-wing crazies—the Uyoku—use this day to harangue the tipsy kimono girls and oblivious-n-goofy guys stumbling wooden geta clogs with their Black Vans’ loudspeakers blaring ultra-nationalist right-wing tripe as you can see the video below by my buddy, “GuyJean.”

via tokyodv.com
Coming of Age Day!–Babes and Big Black Busses…


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UPDATE!

Other than my somewhat scary photo above of a Coming-of-Age-Day kimono girl, be sure to see the much better photos photos at NeilDuckett.com.

japanese-girls-333x194.jpg The Coming Of Age FestivalSeijin no hi, NeilDuckett.com, Jan. 14, 2008

Read more on about Japanese Coming of Age Day seijin no hi (成人の日) at Wikipedia.org.

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4 thoughts on “Tokyo babes and big black busses”

  1. I`ve just come home from taking a few pics in and around Shinjuku on this very topic. Some gorgeous girls out and about today, my post will be up tomorrow.

  2. Neil Duckett wrote:
    Some gorgeous girls out and about today, my post will be up tomorrow.

    Hee, hee, do you mean like this Japanese Coming-of-Age Day beauty I just posted above?
    Mega babe butt kimono girl

  3. ….Go and ask your elders or Japanese Masters still practising Arts such as Japanese style Wood Cuts and applying colours to make Mount Fuji come alive….

    Cite me Japanese Youth aspiring for Nobel Prize,percentage of students at higher education,multicolour tattood Japanese youth gang roaming Tokyo after mid night having after drink brawl,say this is hogwash too,which is not far worse than urinated streets of Japan.

    …yes Yakuza/Gokudo for Japan’s underworld as gang leader’s trade mark is good indentification device before the overworked Japanese police arrive on the scene….

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