It’s graduation season here in Japan, and here at the University of Tokyo, I’ve been seeing people day after day walking around in graduation robes, beautiful kimono, or slick suits, taking selfies or family photos in front of the iconic Akamon.
At the University of Kyoto (Kyôdai), however, it would seem things go a little differently. Apparently, Kyôdai has a long-standing tradition of not mandating any particular dress code at graduation – and a long-standing tradition on the part of the students of taking that situation to cosplay extremes.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Elite Daily has compiled click here a whole bunch of photos and Tweets from the event.