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What Happens When Japanese Students Have No Dresscode For Graduation?
Posted By Ethel Navales On March 7, 2014 @ 12:08 am In News | Comments Disabled
Graduation in the U.S. is quite different from culminating ceremonies in Japan. While we generally imagine shiny graduation gowns and square-shaped caps, Japan doesn’t typically require such an outfit. Instead, junior and highschool students wear matching uniforms while college graduates wear formal clothing. This usually means men in suits and women in kimonos.
But the Kanazawa College of Art is not like other colleges. Graduates are apparently allowed to wear absolutely whatever they would like. So what happens when Japanese students have no dresscode for graduation?
Some of the best cosplay ever.
Of course, all the efforts put into their graduation costume has gained quite some popularity for the school and has gotten media attention.
Check out some of the creative graduation costumes below.
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