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Japan Celebrates Knee High Socks Day With Spectacular Illustrations

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The November 28 is celebrated in Japan on Knee High Socks Day (いいニーハイの日), an unofficial holiday that celebrates this curious garment that has been an important part of anime and cosplay culture, since over the last few years we have seen hundreds of waifus use knee-high socks as a characteristic element of his clothing. Illustrators and cosplayers have joined the celebration to share a wide variety of images that commemorate the celebrity through the hashtag #いいニーハイの日.

The Japanese celebrate the Knee High Socks Day!

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what is the Knee High Socks Day?

The celebrity is born from a pun that breaks down the date 11/28 into individual numbers, resulting in a phrase that can be translated into English as «Good Knee High«.

On November 28, it was initially used only to promote the use of knee-high socks, especially with the beginning of the winter season, where knee-high socks can help reduce the sensation of cold in the legs when women They decide to wear a skirt in this season of the year.

Although as many must know, this holiday was gaining popularity on social networks and caused thousands of anime fans, cosplayers and illustrators to come together to commemorate the unofficial celebration with a wide variety of images that refer to the day.




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