— School uniforms are increasingly becoming popular in Japanese schools, a new survey finds.
The Tokyo-based Nikkei Asian Review survey found students and parents were responding with increasing enthusiasm to the trend.
It also found that in 2016, the most popular uniform among students was the school uniform.
The survey found that among schoolchildren, students are using school uniforms in the most places.
They are on average wearing the uniform at home, in the workplace, and at home-schooled schools.
For students, wearing the school uniforms is becoming more common as more Japanese schools adopt school uniforms.
In 2016, school uniforms accounted for about 25 percent of schoolchildren’ clothing purchases.
By the time the next round of the Nikkeis survey is completed in 2021, schools will be using school uniform at a greater number of locations, including in offices, classrooms, playgrounds and other areas, the survey said.
With the increased use of school uniforms as a means of education, Japanese schools are being more accommodating to students, according to a survey conducted in 2016 by the Japanese Education Association.
A majority of Japanese schoolchildren said they use school uniforms to make school more comfortable and more fun, according the survey.
While they are not wearing them at home or at home schooling, many Japanese students have made the transition from wearing the traditional school uniform to wearing the current school uniform as an alternative to traditional school clothes.
At the same time, parents are becoming increasingly concerned about the impact on their children’s physical and mental health, and students are taking steps to avoid wearing school uniforms during school.