College Graduation Is Way More Fun In Japan Thanks To Cosplay

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Aside from the inspirational speeches and proud moment of receiving that college diploma, most graduation ceremonies as we know it are super snore fests. But Kyoto University and Kyoto City University of the Arts let their pre-alumni have fun with cosplay. And why not? Students work their butts off for four (or more) years and this moment should be fun.

See Also: Last Year’s Graduation Cosplay From Kyoto University

Check some of the wild student cosplay after the break.

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Many of the students do dress in appropriate attire or even traditional kimonos.

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Or in an E.T body suit.

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(Kotaku via Kyoto City University of the Arts)

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