It is not the first time you girls have been used to promote the benefits of buying Japanese bonds as we discussed here , but, as The Telegraph reports , a four-member band of year-old Japanese girls will be raising and lowering we suppose the length of their skirts based on the Nikkei The band - Machikado Keiki Japan, which roughly translates as "street corner economic conditions", debut single - Abeno Mix seriously! To get an idea of how Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe, is faring in his quest to lift his country out of two decades of stagnation, look no further than the skirts of the girl group Machikado Keiki Japan. The band, whose name translates roughly as "street corner economic conditions" , became a bellwether for the health of the world's third biggest economy earlier this year when they promised to shorten their skirts every time the country's stock market made significant gains.
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For Japanese Girls, Uniforms Are Now Too Cool for School - WSJ
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For Japanese Girls, Uniforms Are Now Too Cool for School
Japan has had school uniforms for around years. They were first used to show which community a student belonged to, but today they have become one of the biggest symbols of Japanese kawaii culture. The sailor suit-style uniform came to Japan in , followed in the s by the arrival of school blazers. In Japan, we have as many private schools as we have public schools. Most people start to wear uniforms from junior high school except if you go to a private elementary school.
Taiyo Middle School, located in the Kanagawa Prefecture city of Hiratsuka, is celebrating the 71st anniversary of its founding this year. No comment has been made about allowing boys to wear skirts. This is hardly news, plenty of Japanese schools have trousers as a uniform for girls. Sounds like Taiyo is just catching up to the norm. Good question.