We spotted these stylish duo in Harajuku and immediately recognized Takuma. You might remember him from countless snaps in Kera Magazine, and also from our previous street snaps. Takuma - on the left with blond hair - is wearing a
Fukubukuro in Shibuya Pictures & Video 2012 – With Shibuya 109, WC, Center Street, Grimoire, Spain Zaka, Parco Shibuya, BAPE & More
Fukubukuro sales in Japan kick off on New Year's Day. We've already published a massive report on the 2012 Lucky Bag shopping fun in Harajuku. Now it's time to turn our sights toward Shibuya. Whereas LaForet Harajuku opens on the
K-Pop has been big in Japan for several years, but it's absolutely exploded in 2011. You can't walk far in central Tokyo without being bombarded by advertising for Korean pop acts. K-Pop concerts in Japan regularly sell out far in
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is the undisputed "It Girl" of current Harajuku kawaii culture. 6%DOKIDOKI has been a major presence in the Harajuku kawaii fashion scene for more than 15 years. So, when Japanese department store Parco wanted to bring a
Harajuku's famous "Sensational Kawaii" fashion brand and shop 6%DOKIDOKI shared two big announcements with us this week. Not only will 6%DOKIDOKI be releasing their first ever Be@rbrick figure, but they will also be opening a special limited time popup shop
Next month, Japanese toy company Medicom celebrates its 15th anniversary with a big exhibition at Parco Shibuya. To get people hyped on the upcoming show, Parco and Medicom have collaborated on the creation of what they call a "Bearbrick Garden"
Ghost in the Shell is one of the most popular and stylish science fiction franchises ever to emerge from Japan's anime arsenal. Originally conceived as a cyberpunk manga by Masamune Shirow, Ghost became an international hit (and helped to inspired