Puberty, rebellion and attitude Japan has a long tradition of youth movies tackling the trials and tribulations of adolescence. Japanese cinema boasts a sizeable number of films about young people. It was Shochiku studios that forged the way with such gendai-geki, a field too broad to be considered a genre as such and which encompassed both melodramatic and comedic styles and subjects. Tales of rites of passage into adulthood naturally played a part in all this. All the girls love Henry Ureo Egawa , with his sharp suit, fast bike and equally fast company, and none less than Sunako Michiko Oikawa and Dora Yukiko Inoue , 2 schoolgirls whose lives take radically different turns after he rides roughshod into it.
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A Japanese teenager has started an online petition to try and end the new regulations that are limiting the amount of time that children are allowed to play video games. While this is not a law that is present across the entire nation, it has been enacted in the part of Japan where this teen lives. The teen largely takes issue with the principle behind the law. He believes that such a personal decision should not be decided by the government. The restrictions imposed on the children of this particular area all vary depending on your age. As a general rule of thumb, the older you are the longer you are able to play.
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A Japanese teenager plans to crowdfund a lawsuit against a local law in Kagawa prefecture that limits how much time children can spend playing video games and using smartphones. The year-old, who has only given his first name, Wataru, is bringing the lawsuit with the help of his mother and a lawyer. The law, which came into effect in April, says that children shouldn't play video games for more than one hour on school days, and no more than 90 minutes on days off.
What has teens in Japan glued to their phones this year? Social media influences teen trends worldwide, and Japan is no exception. If an artist wants to be number one, their songs need to be a hit on TikTok. A recent survey by the marketing company Mynavi revealed top-ranking trends, products and words among teenage Japanese girls in the first half of come from YouTube and TikTok.