JAPANESE SCHOOL UNIFORMS The Japanese school uniform was created to replace the traditional Japanese uniform worn by soldiers during World War II.

It was officially unveiled in 1955, and is now used by more than 200,000 Japanese children each year.

The Japanese government has issued around 70,000 of them since it was introduced.

The uniform is often worn by both male and female schoolchildren.

It includes a number of different designs, including traditional uniforms, and even the colours of the flag and the country’s flag.

You can also choose from the colour blue, pink, green, purple and yellow.

The colours can be a mix of red and white, or black and white.

A special order was issued in 2014, and has seen the demand for uniforms grow from around 100,000 in 2010 to more than 300,000 this year.

Here are some of the many things you can buy to suit yourself, your child and your family.

How many colors can you put on?

There are different kinds of school uniforms.

The basic design is called the “school uniform”, which can be worn for either male or female students.

There are two main types of school uniform: The traditional “JAPANese school uniform” or “JSWU” which is worn by males and females alike and has a wide variety of colours, from green to blue and even red.

There is also the “JUNGLE school uniform”, the “Tsukimai school uniform,” which is more popular for males, and “Kawaii school uniform”.

It is made from a polyester fabric that is not as stretchy as the regular JSWU.

This uniform is worn for girls and has the same design, but is made of softer polyester material.

It has the traditional blue, green and white school colours, as well as a yellow and white version of the Japanese flag.

There also are the school uniforms for special events, such as the winter Olympics.

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