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Twenty-year-old female tour guides dressed in traditional kimonos... News PhotoArts Culture and Entertainment,Attending,Birthday,Celebration,Ceremony,Child,Clothing,Cultures,Democracy,Girls,Hanging,Horizontal,Japan,Japanese Culture,Kimono,Meiji-jingu Shrine,Message,Priest,Seijin No Hi,Shinto,Tokyo - Japan,Voting,WishingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTwenty-year-old female tour guides dressed in traditional kimonos hang up 'ema', or voting tablets, with their written wishes at Tokyo's Meiji Shrine before attending a purification ceremony with a Shinto priest to celebrate Japan's Coming of Age Day on January 11, 2013. Since tour guides will be busy working on Japan's national holiday Coming-of-Age Day on January 14, the company had a ceremony for them ahead of time. Young people turning 20 are officially recognised as adults in Japan. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)