By Kjeld Duits

Tokyo Decadance Photos

Dec 02 2008: In October we covered the Tokyo Decadance Halloween party in Tokyo. We took some fun shots.

Kjeld Duits: Hi k-mu, thanks for your impressions. In the past there has been pole-dancing at the Tokyo Decadance parties as well, so yes, it can get a bit wild, I guess. Good to hear that you enjoyed it.
k-mu: I went to this! A friend and I went when it first started. The costumes were amazing! We even got pics with most of the people you have here on the website. The musical acts were really awesome, too. My friend went nuts over Rolly and I loved the Dead Sexy Inc. band. That party seemed to be an all-nighter, since we left round 3 AM and people were still coming in. I recommend that you should at least go to one in your life! Although beware, I didn’t know this was sort of a S/M party, but I didn’t feel uncomfy.

Tokyo Decadance Party

Oct 13 2008: Tokyo’s celebrated underground event Tokyo Decadance is celebrating its 3rd anniversary on Sat Oct 25. Tokyo Decadance mixes cyber, goth and other subcultures to come up with something that is truly unique and authentically Tokyo.

Kio: Tokyo Decadance in Spain:
kmirjam: your welcome!
Kjeld Duits: Thanks, Mirjam!

Photos of Osaka Trends

Oct 10 2008: Tokyo’s Harajuku and Shibuya are now famous worldwide, but there are still many people who don’t know that Japan has another city with cool youth culture districts. Some two and a half hours by the super speedy Bullet Train gets you in Osaka.

maude: hello
emily woods: please..! show me japanese street fashion pics :]

Murakami in Germany

Oct 06 2008: The most comprehensive retrospective to date of the works of Takashi Murakami are on show at the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt, Germany. If you are nearby, this is worth a visit!

KERA Fashion Show

Sep 28 2008: Last Tuesday Sep 23, KERA and Marui One organized the fourth Individual Fashion Expo, a unique one-of-a-kind event with fashion shows of lolita, EGL, punk, visual kei and related genres. JAPANESE STREETS was there to photograph the action.

Rachel: Hi people!!!


Sep 18 2008: Walking into the tiny Wagado shop in Osaka’s Amerika Mura is like entering a cave made out of clothes. It is dark and there are clothes all over. On the walls, hanging from racks, and even hanging from the ceiling.

MoonBerry: Hm…it seems like a fashion that depends strictly on how you think things should fit. I like it, though. It seems unique and real.

Visual Kei Paradise

Sep 17 2008: The fourth INDIVIDUAL FASHION EXPO IV will be held on Tuesday, September 23. This event features fashion shows by major visual kei, gothic lolita, goth and other brands, as well as live performances by Plastic Tree, jealkb and Wakeshima Kanon (文島花音). Open to all!

Hurry to Win Japan Trip!

Sep 13 2008: The deadline for the Marui fashion contest for non-Japanese is on Sep 15. Hurry to win a FREE trip to Japan for two persons!

sami singh: man i just heard about it my email was down damnit now im sad
vna: oh i see, but i’ll wait another year~ haha, thanks for the wishes anyway, i’ll keep it till next year!. , i wanted to have a design of my own and because combining clothes together might get messy and its more costy + tomorrow is the deadline!!>.< haha! thanks for the info!
Kjeld Duits: vna: This week I met and talked with Marui representatives and got the impression the contest will be an annual event. You don’t have to create something completely new, though. You can use your originality to combine and adapt used clothing to make something that is Japanese. I wish you much success!
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