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Shirt – UNIQLO
Monpe – Eatable
Zori – N/A

120526-4744: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (KEISUKE KANDA, UNIQLO, Theatre Products, S. Nakaba, Eatable)
Sunday May 27, 2012
Bobby: Dig the ring.
Larissa: The pants are awesome, and this look is what Nyurah said cool and comfy! ^^
Nyurah: Japanese style is really great. It looks cool and is comfy at the same time. What else do you need? .


Shirt – UNIQLO
Jacket – eatable
Pants – keisuke kanda
Leggings – muji
Sneakers – nadia

111123-0285: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (guild, UNIQLO, eatable, keisuke kanda, muji, nadia, frapbois, MACARONIC)
Friday December 23, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @ela: Few prostitutes work the streets in Japan. They usually work at a so called soap lands or get their clients through internet sites, so they don’t need to signal their availability through clothing. Many look just like a typical housewife.
ela: @Kjeld: That’s an interesting point and it makes sense. Things like thigh high socks do seem more accepted in Japan as normal fashion than they are in the USA. What do the Japanese prostitutes wear that sets them apart from Western ones?
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art & ela: I think that many of the gyaru are from a different stratum of Japanese society, where displaying skin is not as taboo as among the higher and middle classes. Incidentally, Japanese prostitutes don’t dress like Western ones, so what you describe as “prostitute looking tights and super mini skirts and high heeled boots,” Brandon, would interestingly not bring a prostitute to mind to many Japanese.