Dressed in traditional Japanese kimonos, youths who will turn 20 this year -- marking the traditional age of adulthood in Japan -- will attend various coming-of-age ceremonies around the country including one at the Toshimaen amusement park and Tokyo Disneyland The National holiday is celebrated each year on the second Monday of January.
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