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Tuesday August 17, 2010


harajuku, tokyo
SUMMER 2010, guys
Emi Kusano


Style: Punk

Jacket – Kinji (shop)
Shirt – (self made)
Pants – N/A (used)
Boots – APOLO

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Pants – N/A (used) – JPY 4,500


Hair – (self) – JPY 0 | Jacket – Kinji (shop) – JPY 1,000 | Shirt – (self made) – N/A | Rings – N/A – JPY 10,000


Bag – N/A – N/A


Boots – APOLOJPY 10,000

Emi Kusano About the Photographer

Emi Kusano spends most of her free time in Tokyo's trendy Harajuku. Both to hang out with friends and to shoot the latest trends. She also enjoys discovering small independent boutiques, vintage clothing shops and nicknack stores. Emi has just started as a photographer, but her work has already been published in Cosmopolitan.

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Comment (日本語もOK)

Oh he’s one of those guys that you notice from a distance walking around Omotesando that carries such a cool vibe I’m sure! Cool style.

Lactose Intoler-Art
Aug 17, 2010 (4302 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: So true. Style is written all over Kenta.

Kjeld Duits
Aug 17, 2010 (4302 days ago)

cool batman-ring! I want the same)

Aug 17, 2010 (4301 days ago)

He looks nervous as hell! Correct me if I’m wrong, but he seems a bit lost in that style…

Aug 17, 2010 (4301 days ago)

@Mel: Please remember that all the people we photograph read the comments. It is easy to overlook or forget, but these are real people who give a lot of their time (20 to 50 minutes) and their privacy to allow us (total strangers) to photograph them. We are extremely grateful for that and we want to show them all the respect they deserve for their generous and unremunerated cooperation. When you comment, please take this into consideration.

An additional thought: I actually try to use the person’s name where possible instead of he or she. You may have noticed that already in my comments (like the second one, above). As each person reads the comments, it is like talking about someone standing right in front of us. I try to show them the courtesy they deserve.

Incidentally, to me Kenta looks quite at ease. Knowing Japanese people, I don’t think Kenta would have said OK to having a stranger take his photographs if he was nervous about it.

Kjeld Duits
Aug 17, 2010 (4301 days ago)

He has a very nice hair cut and it’s written that it is slef-made which is admirable. And I really like his jacket. It looks like the back is sprayed white. I’m curious if he bought it that way?

Aug 17, 2010 (4301 days ago)

@o6ina: The white appears to be the reflection of the light on the jacket’s material. Incidentally, people cutting their own hair is becoming incredibly common in Japan I have noticed the past year or so. More and more people respond with done by myself when we ask about their hair. I have begun to ask people why. The most common answers are: “I get what I want.” “It is cheaper.” “I don’t have time to go to a beauty salon.” Or a combination of these. The first reply (“I get what I want.”) weighs most heavily.

Kjeld Duits
Aug 18, 2010 (4301 days ago)

I think he look’s awesome, and I want his jacket. _

Aug 19, 2010 (4300 days ago)

First thing that caught my eye was his haircut! I’m so inlove with it. Awesome rings as well ;)

Aug 19, 2010 (4299 days ago)

I love his bag. I think quilted bags are really nice because of their texture and seeing a quilted bags for males is really great. I wouldn’t mind having a bag like that as well, but I think I might add a かわいい key-chain to add a feminine touch, which of course is because I’m a girl ;D

Aug 19, 2010 (4299 days ago)

@Meg: Thanks.

@aura: And he cut it himself!

@Keekii: Good idea, anything かわいい will look well with this bag.

Kjeld Duits
Aug 20, 2010 (4298 days ago)

AWW! He look so precious! His face makes him seem very innocent

Sep 10, 2010 (4277 days ago)

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