Kana Kinashi, Rina Nishino, Yuria Saito and Noa Saito - members of the Japanese pop band Seifuku Kojo Iinkai (SKi), which translates as School Uniform Improvement Committee, perform at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters Kana Kinashi, Rina Nishino, Yuria Saito and Noa Saito - members of the Japanese pop band Seifuku Kojo Iinkai (SKi), which translates as School Uniform Improvement Committee, perform at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters
Kana Kinashi, Rina Nishino, Yuria Saito and Noa Saito - members of the Japanese pop band Seifuku Kojo Iinkai (SKi), which translates as School Uniform Improvement Committee, perform at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters

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Kana Kinashi, Rina Nishino, Yuria Saito and Noa Saito - members of the Japanese pop band Seifuku Kojo Iinkai (SKi), which translates as School Uniform Improvement Committee, perform at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters Kana Kinashi, Rina Nishino, Yuria Saito and Noa Saito - members of the Japanese pop band Seifuku Kojo Iinkai (SKi), which translates as School Uniform Improvement Committee, perform at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters
Kana Kinashi, Rina Nishino, Yuria Saito and Noa Saito - members of the Japanese pop band Seifuku Kojo Iinkai (SKi), which translates as School Uniform Improvement Committee, perform at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters
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