Cons: People will stare.
Pros: People will stare. And make conversation with you/take your photo, so this is actually an excellent time to practice your Japanese.
And if you're wondering, we couldn't decide what the national costume of Singapore is. I mean, we have four main races, and depending on the race, we could be mistaken for people of a different country. E.g. Cheongsum (Chinese costume - China), Sari (India, plus, we have no idea how to put it on). So in the end, we decided to wear the uniform of the SQ girl (SQ = Singapore Airlines = National Carrier).
Before the ceremony, we took some pictures with Sakura so I turned out something like an advertisment for SIA:
|Fly SIA and visit Japan!|
And after that, we went to take photos with the banner. If you're wondering why only photos of me appear, it's because I can't remember who I asked if I could post their photos.
|No really, SIA is a wonderful company and before you ask,|
I do not work there nor do I benefit by repeatedly mentioning
what an awesome airline it is (really! Check out the inflight entertainment