Coming of Age Day 2015, Japan


Today is the national holiday, Seijin-no-hi, Japan’s Coming-of-Age Day (Wiki) when anyone turning 20 years old in the year celebrates by dressing up in fancy kimono and attending boring Age of Majority ceremonies.
The newly minted adults below have decided to label their VIP car windshield “ADULT” ( 成人) misspelled.

coming-of-age-1kami~i 成人式でゴミがおった pic.twitter.com/YFTaPG76dP — かーみぃ (@CARMMY00) January 11, 2015japanese adult misspelled oops

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Previous 3Yen reports of Coming-of-Age Day in Japan include:
   • Coming of Age tough guys (3Yen / 2014-01-12)
   • Adult Disneyland drunken brawl (3Yen / 2010-01-12)
   • A real bash at Coming-of-Age Day (3Yen / 2005-01-11)
   • Babes & big black buses (3Yen / 2008-01-15)

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6 thoughts on “Coming of Age Day 2015, Japan”

  1. Real adults in Kitakyushu…

    adults

    Freakin’ in hakuma at a Coming-of-Age ceremony in Kitakyushu.

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