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Monday July 16, 2012

Satomi (Mepura)

harajuku, tokyo
Fairy Kei
SUMMER 2012,
Kjeld Duits


T-Shirt – Nile Party
Skirt – 6%DOKIDOKI

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Satomi, a 20 year old cashier, is wearing a soft pink Nile Party t-shirt with a beautiful pastel colored 6%DOKIDOKI skirt, white Nile Party tights with a pastel colored typographic pattern, and ribbon-nosed pink shoes from SWIMMER.


Wig – Assist – JPY 4,000 | Cap – SWIMMERJPY 1,000


Wig – Assist – JPY 4,000 | Cap – SWIMMERJPY 1,000


Cap – SWIMMERJPY 1,000 | Backpack – N/A – JPY – 3000


T-Shirt – Nile Party – JPY 7,000 | Brooch – 6%DOKIDOKIxCary – JPY 1,500
Skirt – 6%DOKIDOKI – JPY 17,000 | Stockings – Nile Party – JPY 3,000


Accessories – N/A – N/A


Snake – 6%DOKIDOKI – JPY 1,300


Skirt – 6%DOKIDOKI – JPY 17,000


Skirt – 6%DOKIDOKI – JPY 17,000 | Snake – 6%DOKIDOKI – JPY 1,300


Shoes – SWIMMERJPY 750


Wig – Assist – JPY 4,000 | Cap – SWIMMERJPY 1,000 | T-Shirt – Nile Party – JPY 7,000

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)

She looks so cute!!^^

Jul 29, 2012 (4144 days ago)

A summer fairy. Adorably awesome ;)

Jul 30, 2012 (4143 days ago)

@Liza: I thought so, too. ^^

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jul 30, 2012 (4143 days ago)

So adorable!! I even love the pastel colors, and mostly the cap!

Jasmine Hong
Jul 31, 2012 (4143 days ago)

@Jasmine Hong: Yes, lovely pastel colors! Livens up the whole street. ^^

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jul 31, 2012 (4143 days ago)

The colour of her wig makes a beautiful contrast to all those pastel colours! But somehow it seems that wigs are cheaper than a real haircut? They always look so great!
I often think that it is their real hair, just dyed, until I read that it is a wig…

Aug 1, 2012 (4142 days ago)

@Nyurah: Yes, wigs are indeed often cheaper than a haircut. hand’t thought of that yet… Want to save money? Get yourself a wig and skip every other haircut or so. ^_- But in Japan there are also places where you can get cuts for about 1,000 yen. I don’t think any of the people I shoot go there. If they did, they would never admit to it either, though…

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Aug 1, 2012 (4142 days ago)

@KD: ¥1000? Nice! Well, some people get it for free when they use them like models ^^
In my country is easy to find cheap places, the hard thing is to find someone who actually cuts your hair like you want it…

Aug 1, 2012 (4142 days ago)

@Maria: “Well, some people get it for free when they use them like models ^^” — True. They’re lucky. One drawback; they don’t have a say on what the cut will look like… And the prices are high in Japan, but it’s just as difficult to find hair stylists who understand your needs well. ^_-

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Aug 1, 2012 (4141 days ago)

@Maria: In my country it’s the opposite, the prices are very high, but you still can’t find any good hairdressers.. so for a few years I’ve been cutting my hair by myself. so if it doesn’t turn out perfectly, at least I didn’t pay anything..^^

Aug 2, 2012 (4141 days ago)

Cute and pretty. It looks comfy for warm days too. I like the transparent fairy kei jewellery.

Aug 5, 2012 (4138 days ago)

@Nyurah: I run into an increasing number of people in Japan that do the same. Actually, recently I’ve been amazed how many people have begun cutting their own hair.
@Nora: Those accessories were even cuter in real. Some things are difficult to show in photos. ^_-

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Aug 5, 2012 (4138 days ago)

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