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

Jan 22 2016: 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 !! … 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

Jan 21 2016: 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

Kjeld Duits: Margaret Henry: I thought there were already Cosplay events in London…
margaret henry: It looks like a lot of fun. We need to adopt similar themes here in London. それは多くの楽しみのように見えます。私たちはロンドンでここに同様のテーマを採用する必要があり

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

Jan 18 2016: 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

Jan 17 2016: Japanese Lolita fashion promoter Ai Akizuki launches a photo book about Lolitas outside Japan

Emma: Ahhh so many pretty lolita dresses!

Have Outfit, Will Travel

Jan 05 2016: Last year July some foreign Harajuku fans got together at Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park for a photo shoot

Bunka Fashion College Fashion Show 2015

Jan 04 2016: Bunka Fashion College students staged the annual Bunka fashion show last November

DESIGN FESTA - Tokyo's Creative Love Fest - PART 2 - The People

Nov 23 2015: The second part of this two part series focuses on the people

Kjeld Duits: @Kawaii Girl PinkyP: Thank you. Steampunk had a hard time getting traction in Japan, but it seems to become more popular now. And the Japanese version of Steampunk is quite inspiring—phenomenal attention to detail!
Kawaii Girl PinkyP: Great pics, loving the Steampunk

DESIGN FESTA - Tokyo's Creative Love Fest - PART 1 - The Art

Nov 23 2015: The first part of this two part series focuses on the art
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