Japanese emancipation: all to school to learn how to walk on high heels

Japan multiply the courses that teach women how to walk in heels. After centuries in which Japanese women have only worn the traditional wooden Geta sandals, now young women want to empower themselves look taller, more beautiful and for this they “get on” heels. To talk about the new fashion and the boom of the courses in Tokyo is even a school specialized on the subject, the Japan High Heel Association, which explained how young women have desire for redemption because until a few years ago had to walk three steps behind their own man. The deportment courses take place in six lessons, cost about 3,600 Euros and 4,000 women have already attended it. Is this prelude to the increase in consumption of décolleté?


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