March 17, 2017

Evolution of Japanese High School Girls’ Poses

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  • Find out how high school girls in Japan changed how they pose for pictures starting 1684 up to 2016!

    The trend in photo poses is continuously evolving through time with people finding different ways to present themselves whenever they have their photos taken.

    Image grabbed from youpouch.com

    Back in 1684, during Japan’s Edo period, girls strike a pose by looking back while wearing a kimono.

    Other poses include shy pose, skeban (policewoman), double peace, egg, duck face, “tehepero” (a term Japanese say to show cuteness), and toothache (a pose with a hand cupped on the jaw).


    Image grabbed from youpouch.com

    The latest pose, which is popular among girls not only in Japan but in other countries as well, is the Finger Hearts pose. It is made by forming a heart using two fingers, particularly the thumb and the pointer, with two hands.

    Have you tried the Finger Hearts pose yet?

     

    Source: youpouch.com

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