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Japanese Interest in Harajuku has Skyrocketed!

Japanese language searches for Harajuku at highest point ever…

NAILLIST

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Saturday May 9, 2015
Ms. Jody: “Almost naughty” describes her grin well. I was originally going to use a word with similar meaning, but I’m concerned it may be a regionalism and could be misunderstood, so I decided against including the term altogether. Anyway, I was trying to say something along the lines of “playfully mischievous.”
Kjeld Duits: @Ms. Jody: Yes, Nile can have a really lovely, almost naughty, grin sometimes. Glad that I was able to capture it. This time, Nile was inspired by the look of Oiran, the high class courtesans of old Japan.
Ms. Jody: The traditional clothing – the colors, texture of the fabrics and how they drape – really suit her. Plus she has the cutest grin in the first photo. My compliments to both the model and photographer.

WAITRESS, 22

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Friday May 8, 2015
Kjeld Duits: @Ms. Jody: I wasn’t aware that a hood trimmed with lace was not common. We learn something new every day!
Ms. Jody: I really like how she layered this. The cape is a beautiful shade of purple and I don’t think I’ve ever seen one with lace trim around the hood. On a side note, I have a nearly identical skirt, which is proof she and I both have great taste :)

PERSONAL ASSISTANT, 33

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Thursday May 7, 2015
Kjeld Duits: @Yumebi: It takes some courage, doesn’t it. But the results are amazing.
Yumebi: The combination is just awesome. I too love paring up softer, conservative styles & popping colours or ruff materials like leather. <3
Kjeld Duits: @Ms. Jody: I actually didn’t recognize it as Steampunk, but several people on Facebook also mentioned it…

WAITRESS

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Wednesday May 6, 2015
Kjeld Duits: @Carrott: Indeed. Incidentally, you have the perfect name to comment on Tomato Ningen’s photos. ^_-
Carrott: I’ve seen a lot of those crocs sandals around and they’re very popular especially in summer in here, as I live on the coast, but those Minato’s are superb – why no produce something less boring that the standard style? :)
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