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Is there any show that feature a Coming of Age Ceremony ?

Never saw any in all these SOL.
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>>101912755
Shouldn't reply but whatever. Read Marie no Kanaderu Ongaku by Furuya Usamaru, OP.
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>>101912755
Nobunaga the Fool
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>>101912913
I wasn't asking for recommendation, just wondering why such a big event in the life of a Japanese isn't portrayed much.
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>>101912755
Hyouka.

Sort off. But not really.
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>>101913003
There isn't any in Hyouka, just a cultural festival.
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>>101913064
Same feeling and shit man I dunno, that why I said kinda.
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>>101913000
Because it's a declining trend?
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Dying tradition, also most anime characters are teens or younger.
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>>101913085
It is ?
I didn't know.
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>>101913446
It doesn't appear much in anime, so Japanese kids aren't very interested in it.
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>>101913086
Yeah see what you mean, cultural tradition, kimonos and shit.
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>>101913529
I highly doubt kids get influenced by anime in they tradition and everyday life.
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>>101913879
About*
Not in.
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>>101913085
>>101913374
Sounds like the kind of thing they should be promoting. Just add Nippon Damashi.
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>>101915533
Yamato Damashii you mean ?

It's quite surprising they don't promote that since a lot of shows feature things like that. (Working hard, obedience, don't talk back to elders, participate to cultural events, etc...)
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Remember Lucky Star briefly talking about it
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>>101912755
You don't see it because the characters are usually to0 young.
You do seijinshiki related things when you're 20. People are already in the middle of college, and you just don't see anime about college students.
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>>101917082
Why no more shows during college then ?
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>>101917082
There're multiple coming-of age celebrations though, aren't there?
The first one being when the child is 4 years old?
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>>101913529
From Wikipedia
>Japan's low birth rate and shrinking percentage of young people, coupled with disruptions to some ceremonies in recent years (such as an incident in Naha in 2002, when drunken Japanese youths tried to disrupt the festivities) and a general increase in the number of 20-year-olds who do not feel themselves to be adults have led to decreased attendance of the ceremonies, which has caused some concern among older Japanese.

>>101917487
Yeah, it's like 4, 12, and 21.
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In anime this got replaced by graduation ceremonies.
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>>101912755
More like a day for sluts to dress up.
http://jin115.com/archives/51996646.html
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>>101918840
Kimono isn't slutty anon.
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>>101917654
That is incredibly sad
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>>101918998
I didn't say that...
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>>101919242
I though you implied kimonos were for sluts, because it's incredibly beautiful, but yeah I guess sluts get to wear them too.
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>>101919021
It's obvious.
Stagnating rules with old men getting always bigger in society.



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