Harajuku girl in colorful street style with items from several famous Japanese kawaii brands including 6%DOKIDOKI, ACDC Rag, Galaxxxy, Swimmer, WEGO, and WC.
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Japanese artist Sebastian Masuda will open “True Colors” – his new Tokyo solo art exhibition – to the public for two days only.
A giant Hello Kitty sculpture lands in New York City as Japanese artist Sebastian Masuda’s “Time After Time Capsule” project explores the power of kawaii.
A new visitor information center just opened in Harajuku. It’s called “Moshi Moshi Box” and will feature a number of support services for tourists visiting Harajuku.
Japanese artist – and 6%DOKIDOKI founder – Sebastian Masuda will bring his kawaii art back to the United States during the Art Basel Miami event in Florida.
Japanese kawaii evangelist – and 6%DOKIDOKI founder – Sebastian Masuda will open his debut New York art exhibition on February 27th. He will host several special performances at the gallery in early March.
Video and pictures from the lighting ceremony of Sebastian Masuda’s “Melty Go-Round” Christmas tree at Roppongi Hills in Tokyo.
Harajuku’s iconic 6%DOKIDOKI boutique is evolving “Beyond the Kawaii” – find out all about it from the brand’s founder Sebastian Masuda and see pictures of the just reopened shop, new tights, a new shop girls, and more!
Exclusive photos from the mook photo shoot of kawaii Harajuku fashion brand 6%DOKIDOKI – featuring 6%DOKIDOKI shop girls Yuka and Vani.
Kawaii Japanese fashion brand 6%DOKIDOKI have released a new book and tote bag celebrating their history in Harajuku.