Ever since the world economy entered a major slump back in 2008, the Japanese fashion industry - like fashion industries in other countries - has been feeling the repercussions. Several Japanese brands have shut down in the last few years,
Rainy season seems to be over in Tokyo, the sun is blasting, and the humidity feels like it's at about 150%. That can mean only one thing - summer has arrived. What does the start of summer signify in Harajuku?
Parco, the Japanese department store chain with an iconic presence in Shibuya and other parts of Tokyo, has been around for 40 years. That's a long time, so what are they doing to celebrate their anniversary? How about commissioning 40
Fashion-conscious Tokyo men, take note: as of this week, you have one more reason to shop in Shibuya. On Wednesday, department store giant Lumine opened Lumine Man Shibuya - a brand new building (or is it a new brand building?)
Parco in Shibuya has a limited time Hello Kitty x Atmos Tokyo shop on floor B1 right now. The shop is there for a short time and it's supposed to be carrying some limited edition goods, so we decided to
Today's Tokyo fashion Christmas 2008 update is from the Isetan Men's department store in Shinjuku. Though Isetan Men's holiday window displays aren't as interesting as the main Isetan Department Store X-mas window displays, they are still pretty cool. Here are
Another Tokyo Christmas / holiday update. This time, we'll take a look at the 2008 holiday window displays from the Keio Department Store in the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. The Keio Department Store is located on the west side of
It's late November and Christmas time has arrived in Tokyo - at least the Christmas promotion and sales have. Just about every major Japanese department store or major fashion retailer, as well as many of the indie fashion boutiques and