According to Japanese law, the term "shōnen" refers to "a person from the time they enter elementary school until the time they are 18 years of age" (Child Welfare Laws (児童福祉法, Jidō Fukushi Hō?), Article 4.3), and "Any person who has not reached the age of 20 years" (Juvenile Law (少年法, Shōnen Hō?), Article 2.1). In the realm of education and culture, this is the time period of compulsory education. While the term "shōnen" can refer to both young males and young females, the generally accepted term for young females is shōjo.
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