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Japanese holiday known as "Coming of Age Day" or "Seijin no hi" in Japanese. On this day, everyone turning 20 celebrates their entrance into adulthood by attending a special ceremony known as Seijinshiki. Apart from this being a big day in most people’s lives, there is also the fabulous dressing up! Both men and women dress up, traditionally in traditional clothes but some people choose suits or other costumes instead.

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Kimono Beauty | Tokyobling's Blog

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Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year!

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Cute little Peruvian boy in colorfull traditional clothing with his Alpaca

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Dressed in traditional clothing, two children hold lambs and pose for a portrait in Peru.

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2010-03-06, Cuzco, Peru: Women in traditional red dresses and hats on the Plaza de Armas in Cuzco, Peru. - Editorial image High resolution version and licence for printing are available on request: www.kadaj.art.pl

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Gagra choli or Ghagra choli, which is also known as Lehenga choli, is the traditional clothing of women

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Taka's Japanese Blog: Traditional Japanese clothing for women

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