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Sunday June 27, 2010

Kisara

minami horie, osaka
SUMMER 2010, girls
Kjeld Duits

STUDENT, 19

Blouse – doit
Shorts – Old Navy
Shoes – N/A

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Shorts – Old Navy – JPY 4,500

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Hair – Red Pepper – JPY 5,000 | Blouse – doit – N/A | Shoes – N/A – N/A

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Bag – N/A (used) – JPY 2,000

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Phone – DoCoMo – N/A

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Earring – N/A – N/A

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Watch – N/A – N/A

Kjeld Duits About the Photographer

Inspired by the stunningly creative street fashion that exploded on the streets of Tokyo and Osaka in the late 1990’s, photo-journalist Kjeld Duits launched JAPANESE STREETS in 2002. This makes JS one of the first fashion blogs on the net, and the very first to cover Japanese street fashion.

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Comment (日本語もOK)

strange but beautiful watch!!!

Lena-lena
Jun 28, 2010 (2611 days ago)

This gets said all the time, but she doesn’t look Japanese at all, but also quintessentially Japanese at the same time. Her hair is wonderful, and also her nose. :)
Did you happen to get a good look at her belt closure? Looks like a safety pin!

petitesam
Jun 28, 2010 (2611 days ago)

@petitesam: Oops, I kind of overlooked that somehow… I should have made a detail shot of that, it looks really cool.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 28, 2010 (2611 days ago)

it’s the details that add a lot to this outfit, like the belt and watch and earrings. she looks very well put together!

sabrina
Jun 29, 2010 (2611 days ago)

She has a very pretty face! I love her gorgeous earrings and kooky watch!

Mel
Jun 29, 2010 (2611 days ago)

her all outfit together looks great… love earrings and wonderful watch…

blotangel
Jun 29, 2010 (2611 days ago)

BEAUTIFUL name. I’ve never been to Japan, but something tells me that that’s not a typical name. Maybe that’s because all the Japanese people I do know have names like Yumi, Yuki, etc. Ok, I admit, those are the only two common Japanese names I can think of among friends I know. The only other Japanese female I know is named Kumiko, and I think she said it’s not common. I do know (only through facebook and i’ve never talked to him on there before. you know, the whole adding for decoration type thing?) a guy named Keisuke?

Etsune
Jun 29, 2010 (2611 days ago)

@Etsune: Actually, Kisara is a very uncommon name. Kumiko is actually quite common. Even a Google search in English gives 1,570,000 results. But perhaps the kanji (Japanese characters) for her name are unusual. Even when the name itself is common it can be made unusual by using uncommon kanji. Here is a helpful list with common first names in Japan. Incidentally, Kisara is not on the list, Kumiko is.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 29, 2010 (2611 days ago)

@Kjeld Duits: Ahh, I understand. I think my friend Kumiko may have thought that I would have seen it as strange because I’m American. She’s a native of Japan and has been going to college here in America, and she speaks English well for someone Japanese, considering the huge culture gap there is when it comes to language…
Anyways, at least my hunch about the name Kisara was right. It really IS gorgeous.
Anyways, I have a question for you. Since you’re currently in Japan and surely know quite a few Japanese people, I have a few name questions. I plan on moving to Japan when I’m older (Just turned 16 last week) and out of college, and I have a thing about naming my children uncommon names: I REALLY want to. Are Misa and Moira common names over there?

Etsune
Jun 30, 2010 (2610 days ago)

@Etsune: Wow you sure start thinking early of names for your children! Neither Misa nor Moira is a common name in Japan at the moment. But Japanese names change every ten years or so. Although there are lots of exceptions, you can usually make a fairly good guess of the person’s age here just from the name.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 30, 2010 (2610 days ago)

@Kjeld Duits: Yeah, you’re right, I do. And I can guarantee you I most likely will not use them. Three years ago, I was thinking of COMPLETELY different names. Then again, that was before I was struck with the beauty of asian culture lol.

Etsune
Jun 30, 2010 (2610 days ago)

wow. simple and quite classy, not too overdone like some of the people here.

sab
Jul 17, 2010 (2592 days ago)

I am beyond in love with that watch!

andrea
Dec 6, 2010 (2451 days ago)

@andrea: Me too! It is kind of Art Nouveau-like, don’t you think?

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Dec 6, 2010 (2451 days ago)

Those earrings and that watch <3

MELMEL
Oct 22, 2011 (2131 days ago)

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