Ladies, have you ever heard the term permission no hi? Literally, permission no hi is the day of maturity. This is an official holiday in Japan that falls on Monday the second week in January. Today is a very special day for the younger generation. Why? Because the day is also a maturity ceremony for the youngsters who he was even 20 years.
In Japan, the age of 20 years are considered adults. So under applicable law there, a young child who has reached the age of 20 years are allowed to smoke, drink alcohol, and following the general election.
There are interesting in this maturity ceremony tradition, the fashion style or fashion of young people. For men, they should wear a hakama (a type of kimono) but today most men are already using Western-style formal dress. While women, as reported by dramafever.com, still survive using traditional clothing similar kimono called furisode. But even though the women are still wearing furisode, they do make over to the clothes they wear.
Kimono worn by the girl has been kept short and mini. Complete with a number of accessories, jewelry, and makeup super quirky.
Kimono and hair dye color was selected super bright and flashy. Fingers they were filled with a variety of accessories and unique jewelry.
Wow, really unique yes. Ladies, what do you think? What style of clothing that could be quite acceptable for use in ceremonies maturity? Or indeed legitimate because it has become part of the creativity of young people today