Yu-suke is one of the singers in the indie J-Pop band 3cro Adventure. We snapped him previously last year, and it's always a pleasure to run into him in Harajuku. He is 27, and he's wearing an outfit with pops
Here's a well-known Harajuku street fashion personality - and one of the most consistently colorful girls we've seen around the area over the last few years - it's Maimai! Maimai is wearing a Glay "High Communications" "Red Moon Silver Sun"
The cute Chisato was wearing a colorful and casual outfit when we noticed her in Harajuku. She was kind enough to stop and chat with us, and here is what we found out: Chisato is 17 and she's a student.
You probably recognize J-pop singer Mika (of the band 3cro Adventure) from our Harajuku street snaps back in 2012! We met the 25-year-old singer again recently and chatted about what she was wearing. Mika's letterman jacket is a resale purchase,
We've snapped Lisa many times before. Her look is sometimes colorful, sometimes dark, but always rock! See some of her older pics here, here and here. On this day, Lisa - 18 year old and a student - has long,
Here's a friendly - and very colorful - Harajuku girl who we met on Omotesando Dori, not far from LaForet Harajuku. Her outfit features a fuzzy blue hoodie with pink and yellow bone-print sarueru pants, a spikey red backpack with
Serina is a 21-year-old girl who caught our eye with her heart & bows in Harajuku. She told us she works in an office, and she gave us her Twitter name. Serina is wearing an acid wash denim romper from
Yumiko was looking stylish in black and white when we spotted her in Harajuku. She told us she is 17 and that she's a student. Yumiko is wearing a knee length skirt from Vanquish with a star print t-shirt from
Here are two stylish Japanese women who we spotted crossing the bridge from Koen Dori to Yoyogi Park in Harajuku. Their minimalist black & white looks - with splashes of red - stood out from the resale-loving crowd who was
These three 17-year-old students caught our eye while walking together on the streets of Harajuku, so we stopped them for a brief chat and street snaps. Kayori is the tallest of the bunch, pictured to the right, with a flower