Hideki Itoh is not a street artist like the other artists that are introduced on these pages. He is obviously more matured, but his art is also not traditional street art.
Emoticons are everywhere these days. They are handy, cool, fun, and cute. Japan’s emoticons are super cool. They look like little manga and are preprogrammed into each and every mobile phone
Artist Sayaka Adachi’s women are emotionless, almost sulky. Their eyes stare straight ahead into emptiness.
Apple’s Switch commercials are adored by some, hated by others. But the people that love these ads, love them bad.
Japanese producers of sweets and candy often pack their goodies with little presents, so-called o-make. These o-make regularly become the one and only reason to buy the candy.
Takashi Nishimura (1973) is often compared with illustrator Mori Chack. Amazingly, the two do share a lot.
The second part of this two part series focuses on the people at Design Festa 5 comments
The first part of this two part series focuses on the art at Design Festa 4 comments
Dorothy Vacance—one of Tokyo’s hidden gems—is offering really cute embroidered patches featuring traditional images of Japan 0 comments
One of Tokyo’s most important fashion and design exhibitions, rooms, took place again this week. JAPANESE STREETS picked a few favorites 2 comments
Last year, Israel’s famous Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art exhibited over 100 of JAPANESE STREETS photographs 4 comments
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing this. Hope to see more great content.
love the heels and blonde hair unique!
perfection lol :)
I know how it’s an awesome game so I real want to Play it haha :)
i think the “fair skinned” is a little racist. i feel like one can have dark skin and still look absolutely adorable dressed in the mori girl style
Lolita is about dead in Japan. Lolita is more popular outside of Japan so lolita brands hold alot of events like this one in the blog post outside of Japan. …