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Twitter artists celebrated Kimono Day

On November 15, Japan celebrates the “Kimono Day (Kimono no Hi)“, Established by the Japan Kimono Revitalization Committee with the aim of rescuing the culture of kimono use in Japan today. This date coincides with the celebration of Shichi-go-san, a ceremony in which 3 and 7-year-old girls and 3 and 5-year-old boys participate, where they attend shrines or temples in traditional attire and express their gratitude to life.

The Japan Kimono Revitalization Committee It also seeks to encourage people to wear kimono on this day, a kimono beauty contest is held and promotional activities are carried out on television and newspapers. On the other hand, fans of the manga and anime industry, in addition to renowned artists, celebrate this date by sharing a variety of illustrations on this theme, mostly accompanied by the hashtag # き も の の 日.

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