Article taken from Japan Store In a previous article I wrote about a part of the Kimono known as Obi, the sash used to tie a kimono. In that article I discussed the different kinds of Obi that exist, their history and the way they are tied as well as what that meant in terms … More Kimono
Article taken from Japan Store While in Nara this summer, my friend and I stopped by an art museum that featured wood block paintings, but also traditional Japanese clothing from over 100 years ago. Of course each an every one of these were absolutely exquisite, but what caught my attention was when my friend pointed … More Obi – Traditional Japanese Clothing
I like this guy’s fashion stlye. His blue pants remind me of the bright pair of yellow pants I own (*^_^*) If you want to see more snaps, click here.
I just couldn’t resist putting up this picture from ridsnap! I absolutely love this girl’s style. It’s simple, yet classy and fashionable. どう思う??
If you listen to J-Pop, you may have heard of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. In the past year she has taken Japan by storm with her eccentric looks and playful songs. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is the epitome of fashion in Harajuku (Tokyo). Before turning to music, she was a fashion blogger and a model for Harajuku … More Kawaii ambassador: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu