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Japanese Traditional Dress For Harmony Day

As part of the belated Harmony Day celebrations held on Thursday, 10 June, two of our Year 12 students with Japanese heritage chose to don traditional Japanese dress.

Hana brought in a black, gold, and red kimono, on loan from her mother, Jun. Mia wore a black, purple, and white yukata, which is often referred to as a "summer kimono". It is typically worn in summer as it is made from a light cotton fabric. I'm sure you will agree that both girls look subarashii (magnificent) in their cultural dress!

Mrs Skett
Head of Department - Languages