About International seijinshiki
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The Seijinshiki (Coming of Age ceremony) has long history in Japan, and is considered an important event in the lives of young people. This will be the third annual International Seijinshiki held here in Auckland, since its inception in 2016. Each year we celebrate 'new adults' as they take the next step in their lives, and aim to hold a ceremony that blends traditional Japanese culture and values with a New Zealand twist. This time we are collaborating with the 2018 Japan Day festivities in Auckland, and hope to provide a unique and fun event for new adults and celebratants alike!
The event is organised mainly by students, and unfortunately we are short of funds, if you are curious about our event, please help us!!
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What will the money go towards?
Food and drink cost
For the new adults
For the supporters
For the performers
● Print cost
● Miscellaneous cost
Who are you (and who is on your team)?
International seijinshiki is the team gathered to hold an Japanese cultural event called “The Seijinshiki (Coming of Age ceremony)”in NZ. Most of the members are Japanese students studying in NZ. We intend to hold a student-organised ceremony here in Auckland but with a New Zealand/international twist, in which not only Japanese, but people from all cultures can participate and enjoy the festivities, followed by a celebratory party afterwards.
Who is our target?
● Are willing to join the ceremony even if the price would be more than $50, as long as the
quality is high.
● Would like to join the ceremony, wearing the dress since they already finished the Kimono
commemorative photos in Japan and the dress style is unique to NZ.
● Suggest that it would be better to set the different prices according to the ages.
● Suspect not all of Japanese would be interested in the ceremony.
● Are interested in Japanese culture, and are would like to participate in the ceremony.
● Consider that Coming of age ceremony is not important for them and would like to know
● Are willing to interact with people from Japan.
● Suggest that it would be good to make the party something like the ball. Say that nobody
would join the event if no alcohol provided, and $30 is too expensive. It is not necessary that
alcohol is provided for free, but the bar (anywhere offers alcohol) should necessarily be