Haruka Kurebayashi is a well known Japanese magazine model, a popular Harajuku street style personality, and - in the last year - a frequent guest on Japanese television shows. Regardless of all of the other projects with which Kurebayashi is
"Heavy Pop" is the name given to a series of parties in Tokyo that focus on kawaii Japanese fashion, music, art, performance, and fun. The core of the Heavy Pop parties is the DJ booth, where personalities from the Harajuku
Here's an 18-year-old Japanese girl named Mamiko with a cute look that mixes vintage and resale fashion with modern Japanese brands. We met Mamiko on Cat Street near the new Nadia Harajuku boutique. Mamiko is wearing a vintage cable knit
Takeru has gained worldwide fame as the singer for the popular Japanese rock band SuG. However, his creative ambition goes beyond singing and songwriting. He is also the driving force behind the Japanese fashion brand Million $ Orchestra (pronounced "Million
Here is a super-cute Harajuku personality who many of you will recognize instantly - it's Kumamiki! Besides having her own brand (Party Baby) and modeling for Spinns Harajuku, Kuma is also one of the organizers of the Harajuku Fashion Walk.
Here's a friendly 17-year-old Japanese lolita named Aki who we met on the street in Harajuku. Aki's red tartan dress caught our attention when we first spotted her. Aki's outfit features the red tartan Baby The Stars Shine Bright JSK/dress
Here are two smiley Japanese sweet lolitas who we met on the street in Harajuku. Both girls were very friendly - so friendly, in fact, that they were nice enough to stop and pose for pictures every time someone asked
We see a lot of interesting things on the streets of Harajuku, but rarely do we see anyone with white face makeup wearing real candy as a fashion accessory. Actually, "rarely" is an understatement. We've never seen it. Until now....
Valentine's Day 2010 is just a few days away. You know what that means - lots of love...and chocolate. In Japan, Valentine's day is a little different from in the West. Japanese women give gifts to men (boyfriends, friends, co-workers,