At the end of the school day, students are required to clean the school (japanese schools don't have janitors)

At the end of the school day, students are required to clean the school (japanese schools don't have janitors)

Yellow umbrellas are also required for elementary students to prevent traffic accidents

Yellow umbrellas are also required for elementary students to prevent traffic accidents

Every school contains shoe lockers at its entrance because students are required to take off the shoes they wear outdoors and put their uwabaki when arriving. Uwabaki are kind of white slippers meant only to be used in the school's indoors.

Every school contains shoe lockers at its entrance because students are required to take off the shoes they wear outdoors and put their uwabaki when arriving. Uwabaki are kind of white slippers meant only to be used in the school's indoors.

Students are allowed to stay in their classroom during breaks

Students are allowed to stay in their classroom during breaks

Only a small amount of schools allow students to wear tights during winter

Only a small amount of schools allow students to wear tights during winter

Many elementary students travel by themselves on their way to school and when returning home

Many elementary students travel by themselves on their way to school and when returning home

Shoe lockers in japanese are called "getabako" and are located in the school's entrance hall so that students can immediately wear their uwabaki when arriving. This prevents them from tracking outside dirt and helps keep the place clean.

Shoe lockers in japanese are called "getabako" and are located in the school's entrance hall so that students can immediately wear their uwabaki when arriving. This prevents them from tracking outside dirt and helps keep the place clean.

High schooler under the rain

High schooler under the rain

齋藤飛鳥

齋藤飛鳥

School's sports ground

School's sports ground

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