Japanese Elementary Students Made Their Own Graduation Ceremony In Minecraft

Graduation is one of the most important events in every student’s life. However, due to the coronavirus quarantine, most of the schools are closed. The same goes for Japan, but because their school year ends in March and start in April, some students will probably miss their graduation ceremonies. However, a couple of elementary graduates decided they will have their own ceremony in their favorite online game, Minecraft!

“The elementary students gathered to start graduation themselves. They spent all day online together playing games and laughing. I’m glad they all had fun,” a Japanese dad who goes by the pseudonym @backyennew on Twitter shared his son’s graduation ceremony and the feedback was amazing!

 “Modern problems require modern solutions”, one Twitter user commented on the post which has gathered more than 85,000 likes and has over 27,000 retweets so far.

Scroll down and check out the digital celebration below. What a genial project, right?