Girls experience and learn things and become women. Or at least that’s how it used to be. Within the past 5 years or so, “Joshi” have probably become the most standard type of girl or woman.
What does “Joshi” mean?
“Joshi” is a Japanese word used for young women who are either high-school or university students, in their teens to early 20s. In the ordinary course of things (or at least it was supposed to be?), an Onnanoko (girl) becomes a Joshi and then a Josei (woman). But for some reason, this has been starting to change.