As a Japanese person who lived in Japan for only three years of my lifetime, I'd like to have you all understand your common misconceptions.
>> Japanese highschools are not similar to American ones.
Students attend class from monday thru saturday, with saturday being a half day. sundays are off
The high school day usually runs from 8:30am to 3pm, but many students stay after for after school clubs or attend cram school in the evening
The school year runs from april to march with a summer break come the end of july. first term is from april to july, second term is from september to december, and third term runs from january to march
Your favorite high school anime doesn’t have separate classrooms for no reason. japanese students don’t rotate classes like american students do; instead, they have a fixed classroom and class number (i.e., 3-A), and the teachers do the rotating
They also don’t have the same classes every day
They do still have homeroom teachers; however, “homeroom” is more of a class meeting at the end of the day rather than at the beginning
The students are required to help clean the school at the end of the school day before clubs start
School uniforms are a thing for high schoolers. dress code used to be much stricter but recently they’ve allowed more basic alterations to the uniform
When you use Japanese brackets, please recognize what they are for.
「 」 Are the equvilent of single quotation marks__『 』Are used to mark quotes inside of quotes. (i.e. 「...『...』...」) as well as book titles. It's common for it to be used to mark speech through a telephone in books, as well.
We do not use normal periods at the end of Japanese text. You use "。"
It's actually more common for kids to order food from the cafeteria rather than bringing their own food home. It tends to get very crowded and busy if the school does not require a line.
You do not get groped / sexually assaulted on the train. Most people are too busy thinking about work or organizing their schedules to pay attention to your and your clothing.
On the topic of clothing, skirts are not itty bitty unlike how anime shows you. It's common for them to go halfway down the thigh, or to the knee. They also do not fly wildly when someone drives by, but it is common for girls to hold their skirts down when a strong gust comes along -- Even though it's very unlikely for your skirt to be blown up.
Please do not base your Japan-centric roleplays off of the stereotypes you see in anime, or what you hear others talk about. Any other questions can be asked and I'll try my best to answer.
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