School Attracts Students with Manga-Style Uniforms
February 28, 2015 - School Uniform
Usually it’s a other approach around. Manga artists possibly take impulse from genuine uniforms or pull anticipation uniforms they wish they wore. Not this time.
Zakuri Sato, famous for Otona Pink and Taihen Yoku Dekimashita, designed these uniforms, that competence demeanour normal for an anime, though genuine uniforms aren’t always this stylized—or cute. Some schools have terrible uniforms! Others have uniforms that students are unapproachable to wear.
These uniforms are formed on a ones that seem in Sato’s manga
Taihen Yoku Dekimashita.
[Photo: Kyoto City]
According to The Kyoto Shimbun and Sankei, there is a reason for a manga collaboration. In Apr 2016, dual technical schools—Rakuyo Technical High School and Fushimi Technical High School—are integrating into a singular institution.
In Japan, technical schools have a clever manly image. The city of Kyoto is anticipating to change that and interest to some-more womanlike students. Yes, when determining on where to attend high school, a school’s uniforms—along with a educational coursework—do cause in for many students.
“I’m so happy to see a uniform a characters wear done real,” Sato, a Kyoto resident, is quoted as saying. She adds, “I wish it to seem easier for girls to investigate here with these supposed shojo manga uniforms.”
Top photo: Margaret
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