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2014年 1月 16日 A coming-of-age ceremony

Hello, everyone!! This is Atsushi UCHIDA, a coaching adviser at Toshin Business School. 

Today, I’d like to write about a coming-of-age ceremony held 3 days ago.

1,210,000 people became 20 years old this year, 2014,in Japan, and this is the smallest number of people. It means that the problem of decrease in the number of children is getting more seriously…

By the way, I’m 21 years old, so I participated in a coming-of-age ceremony last year, and I can’t forget it personally. This is because that day was snowy and windy in my area, KANAGAWA despite that there are usually a few days which are snowy. So, I was very hard to walk on a street. Of course, I remember clearly that I had a wonderful time and talked a lot with my old friends I hadn’t seen for several years. These two topics are the memories I experienced last year.

This year, I was glad to be sunny in a coming-of-age day in many areas. 

I hope all people lead fantastic lives!!

Thank you for reading. See you soon!

 

Atsushi UCHIDA, a coaching adviser at Toshin Business School.

 

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