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A Look Back at Last Year's JAPANESE STREETS Photo Exhibition

Last year, Israel’s famous Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art exhibited over 100 of JAPANESE STREETS photographs

Kjeld Duits: @Alex: Thanks, Alex. I haven’t run into her since she left and the community hasn’t really heard from her anymore.
Alex: Oh wow, I adore that photo of Vani from 2011 !! What a memorable shoot !! http://www.japanesestreets.com/photoblog/1346/6dokidoki-in-harajuku-tokyo … I haven’t seen any photos of Vani since she left 6%DOKIDOKI. Is she still around?
Kjeld Duits: @Emma: Awesome that you recognized the poster, Emma, and thanks for the kind words. It was quite an experience!

Tokyo's Massive COMIKET

On the last three days of 2015, the 89th edition of Japan’s famed Comic Market took place in Tokyo. JAPANESE STREETS had a look

A Buddhist Temple, Chocolate Covered Bananas, and a Harajuku Style Pig

Today, the Harajuku Fashion Walk ventured outside Harajuku and explored Tokyo’s Asakusa and Ueno districts

Kjeld Duits: @Zolpo: Thank you. @MJ: Nerds are considered cool, these days. Incidentally, she told me that the resemblance was not coincidental ^_-
MJ: @Kjeld Duits: Me too, but I didn’t wanna sound like a nerd. /// It’s the hat probably. (:
Zolpo: Wow! Looks amazing!

New Book Features International Lolita Fashion Fans

Japanese Lolita fashion promoter Ai Akizuki launches a photo book about Lolitas outside Japan

Emma: Ahhh so many pretty lolita dresses!

STUDENT, 19

Dress – Conpeitou
Shoes – Yosuke U.S.A.

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Sunday January 17, 2016
Kjeld Duits: @MJ: Knowing Rika, that was definitely on purpose!
MJ: Great shoes and hair! (they look perfect together) Her blue eyebrow is on the pink-ish side of her hair and the pink one is on the blue side. not sure if this was on purpose because it’s not the exact same colors but if it was then it’s a smart move. :D

SALES PERSON, 26

Hat – POZZYRAP
Stole – TITICACA
Cardigan – UNIQLO
Skirt – small-laly
Shoes – chocoholic

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Saturday January 16, 2016
Kjeld Duits: @MJ: I love your description of the knit cap, has some bubblegum feeling about it. Your observation about the colors is very true. When I first started shooting Japanese street fashion, I initially felt that some people seemed to have just randomly thrown colors together. But when I started to add the color blocks to the articles, I discovered that there was an incredible amount of repetition of the colors in the different items, and also that the tone of all the colors usually matched. I think that Japan’s long history of working with kimono has created this incredible ability to use color.
MJ: oh, i like this one. the colors are kind of cheerful, the hat has some bubblegum feeling about it. :D i’m not a big fan of the shoes but they fit the whole outfit nicely. it’s neat how every color can connect/match to another one (cardigan-scarf, skirt-scarf, hair-shoes, hat-scarf… great scarf!^^). makes the whole thing appear well thought out.
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