Though clothing in Japan varies from person to person, the Japanese are internationally known for both their traditional kimonos and their involvement in Cosplay (the practice of dressing in costume or like a fictional c... More »

Buddhist monks and priests wear clothing that varies greatly, ranging from saffron robes that are worn by monks in Sri Lanka and Thailand to headdresses and elaborate robes worn by the Tibetan lama. The clothing worn by ... More »

As of 2009, most people in Japan live in Tokyo, a city that has a population of 36.507 million, according to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency World Factbook. The estimated population of Japan for July 2014 is 127,103... More »

French people typically wear gender-distinctive, age-appropriate clothing and accessories. They tend to dress more formally than people in the United States. More »

Polish people often wear more formal clothing than people in Western Europe and the United States. Women often wear pencil skirts, fitted blouses and high heels on the street. Men most commonly wear dressy-casual shirts ... More »

Italian people often wear classic-fitting clothing, such as A-line dresses, button-down shirts, and pencil skirts for women and pantsuits with dress shoes for men. Although the styles are classic, they are often worn in ... More »

Italians often wear appropriately fitted, neat clothing made of fine material, along with stylish accessories. There are no specific rules to dressing in Italy, but there are generally accepted cultural norms that affect... More »