Akira is a Japanese shironuri who caught our eye on the street in Harajuku. She told us that she works in the apparel business. In addition to her shironuri makeup, Akira's look features a red dress from Alice Auaa over
Minori is a Japanese artist well known in Tokyo's shironuri subculture. We often see her around the streets of Harajuku. We produced a short video documentary about Minori. Her look here features vintage and remake fashion, including a long lace
Artism Market is a Japanese subculture event held twice a year in Tokyo. The event consists of several hundred artists' and underground designers' booths selling handmade goods and fashion. A wide spectrum of subcultures can be found at Artism Market,
Bazookistan, Minori, and Elizabeth are three members of Japan's shironuri subculture who are well-known around Harajuku. We were lucky to run into the three of them in Harajuku while they were hanging out together. Elizabeth, on the right, is an
Minori is a well-known shironuri artist who we see around Harajuku quite often. If you'd like to know more about her, check out this Japanese shironuri documentary we produced last year. Minori just announced yesterday that she will be a
It's always a pleasure meeting Minori around Harajuku. She's a well-known Japanese shironuri artist that we've featured often. In case you haven't seen Minori's pictorial "Her Memories of a Dream" yet, please check it out. Here, Minori is wearing an
We met this friendly group of Japanese students - all wearing shironuri makeup - on the street in Harajuku. You might remember several of them from last year's White Face Monster Party. On the left is Momi, and she's 18.
We ran into this friendly group of Japanese shironuri on the street in Harajuku. The shironuri subculture in Harajuku has been quite visible recently. You can find some of our previous shironuri videos here and here. These shironuri have styled
We met this friendly Japanese shironuri - with the look of a nurse from a horror movie - on Cat Street in Harajuku. Her heart necklace is a little different from the kawaii heart necklaces that we often see on
A major gathering of the Japanese shironuri subculture was held in Tokyo recently. Many of the most well-known names in the shironuri scene converged on Harajuku - from all over Japan - for the Spring 2013 "White Face Monster Party".