coming of age

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coming of age

n
1. the moment when a person or thing reaches an important stage of development
2.
a. the time when a person reaches legal adulthood
b. (as modifier): a coming-of-age ceremony.
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See Kamata Sadao "Jugonen-senso to gembaku bungaku." Hankaku, bungakusha wa utaeru (Tokyo: Hompu Shuppan, 1984) 169-218.
Yotsuda said she learned of the picture on display at the ''Nichiran Senso Gembaku Ten'' (Exhibition on the Japan-Netherlands War and Atomic Bomb), which opened Friday, from her grandchild, who saw it published in a newspaper.
The ''Nichiran Senso Gembaku Ten'' (Exhibition on Japan-Netherlands War and Atomic Bomb), displays testimonies of Dutch prisoners of war (POWs) captured after the Imperial Japanese Army occupied Indonesia, which had been a Dutch colony.