Posted on 2014-01-07 19:55:52
Looking at everyone’s comments and drawings
gave me so much energy to start off my new year de-ariyasu-
Thank you! （*^Θ^*）
For students, a new semester is starting!!
I’m sure there are lots of people stressing out now
over tests and entrance exams
But remember that all nights will turn into dawn
So stay steady ☆ and work hard day by day!!
I’ll be supporting you （*｀・Θ・´*）
To everyone who are not students,
look for a tomorrow that is uniquely yours
A tomorrow that shines just a little brighter than today ☆
I had a meal and a long chat with friends,
a really enjoyable and normal day
and now I’m fully charged
I’ll work hard at work de-ariyasu （*｀・Θ・´*）
Ahh, by the way
everyone who’s turning 20 will have their coming-of-age ceremony soon, right?!
It’s a little early, but congrats~~~
I’ll be having my own coming-of-age ceremony next year too,
and I’m looking forward to that even now de-ariyasu
Furisode ♪ Furisode ♪
I’ve gotten lots of chances recently to dress in furisode at work,
and I wore a wonderful one for 3B too
But what colour and pattern of furisode should I wear for my coming-of-age ceremony?
I’m so excited thinking about it now!
Ah~ It’s just one more year, which will come soon enough (*’-’).:*:゜☆
I’ll go through my coming-of-age ceremony to become a woman (both emotionally and physically)
I’ll start working hard now
so that I can look amazing on that day!
1. A furisode is a style of kimono distinguishable by its long sleeves. Furisode are the most formal style of kimono worn by unmarried women in Japan.
2. Coming-of-age ceremonies in Japan marks of one’s coming-of-age, which reflects both the expanded rights but also increased responsibilities expected of new adults. Many women celebrate this day by wearing furisode.