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  • A randoseru is a compulsory school item that ones grandparents usually buy for their grandchildren and usually cost 2 kidneys and a bladder - the most expensive one in this store cost 628 USD!

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  • A randoseru is a firm-sided backpack made of stitched firm leather or leather-like synthetic material, most commonly used in Japan by elementary schoolchildren.

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  • The randoseru is the most universal and recognizable feature of the Japanese school uniform and is considered symbolic of the virtues necessary to obtain a good education — unity, discipline, hard work and dedication.

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  • A randoseru is a compulsory school item that ones grandparents usually buy for their grandchildren and usually cost 2 kidneys and a bladder - take this one for example -

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  • The 'randoseru' as pronounced by Japanese, is perhaps the biggest symbol of the budding minds of young elementary school students.

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  • Some modern schools these days don't enforce use of the randoseru but those are still the minority.

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  • So now we know how much it costs to buy a randoseru for elementary school children, I thought we'd look at how much more it costs to send children to school in Japan - costs converted to USD.

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  • The most expensive randoseru that I've been able to find online costs 1805 USD from Rakuten.

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  • Some schools make first year elementary school children cover their randoseru with a yellow reflective cover to make them stand out while they commute to school.

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  • Some modern school these days dont enforce use of the randoseru but those are still the minority.

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  • The uniform backpacks of Japanese schoolchildren, which are actually based on military backpacks.

    September 7, 2008