New meme! With two different versions (male and female)! You choose any character or two on any meme.
I had this meme on my mind right after my first one, but I wanted to wait for a good time to do, and release. The point of this meme was to give the artist a piece of a different culture that they would feel they can learn and have fun with. Japanese being the first one. I might do others in the future, but I'll see.
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I been getting this question lately, and wrote my explanation on a comment around page 5. So I'm quoting myself to that comment directly here.
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1. Well, almost everyone should know this, but if you're not sure, or don't know what to choose for your character. The traditional school uniform has always been the sailor uniform for girls, but recently it has change between middle and high school students.
2. Miko is known as "female shaman; shrine maiden", who conveyed oracles from spirits and gods. They are pretty well-known in Japan and anime/manga so it's not too hard to find.
3. Kunoichi is the term for "female ninja". Another easy find since they are common just liked the miko.
4. Beside the school uniforms, the kimono is a famously known in Japan. Definitely not hard to find.
5. Now, we'll going back to 1960's and 70's where the sukeban was commonly known and popular more than today. The sukeban means "delinquent girl or boss girl".
6. Wa lolita is the combination of traditional Japanese clothing and Lolita fashion and usually consists of [a] yukata (sometimes kimono) [top] and a skirt, or the bottom half of the garment is altered to mimic the typical lolita style.
7. Maiko is a Japanese word for dancing girl and is an apprentice geisha. It is also a feminine Japanese given name.
8. Bashamichi is a restaurant chain. The waitresses wear hakama over a yagasuri-patterned kimono.
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