Dressing up in Tokyo
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Implications - As globalization has essentially homogenized most first-world cultures, many of the citizens of these countries feel the need to participate in other cultures' holidays. This communal bonding experience not only brings the respective populations together, but nations as well. Corporations looking to capitalize on this pattern can market their wares as cultural bonding products.Stats for Japanese Halloween Trending: Older & Warm
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