We met this cool guy and girl in Harajuku and they were nice enough to stop for a few quick street snaps. This is what we learned: Yusuke - on the right - is self-employed. He's wearing a white shirt
This is 666Dievil666, a guy who we see around Harajuku often and who works in the apparel business. He is wearing a MYOB sweatshirt with Nike sweatpants and sneakers. He accessorized with an MYOB bucket hat, a face mask, facial
666Dievil666 works at a boutique in Harajuku and we often see him around the streets. He's also active on Instagram. He is wearing a t-shirt and mesh hoodie from KTZ, both of which feature various patches. His jeans are from
This is Yuchin, a stylish fashion buyer we met in Harajuku. She is wearing her hair in a high ponytail. Yuchin is wearing a large vintage coat which she bought in New York over a maxi skirt. Her backpack is
This is 666Dievil666, a friendly guy who works in apparel. He has bleached, partially shaved and partially long hair. You might remember him from his previous Harajuku street snaps this summer. He is wearing a Very Fancy tank with red
Aged 21, Masaya is a beautician we met in Harajuku. He has a pink ponytail with shaved sides and is wearing all black punk-inspired fashion. You might remember some of his previous snaps, like back when he had green hair!
This beautiful and stylish androgyny-loving trio has been a fixture of the Tokyo fashion scene for the last few years. Chamii is in the middle. He's flanked by the twins - Miho (with green hair on the right) and Maho
We ran into Lisa (aka Lisa 13), the guitarist of the all-girl rock band, Heart Panic, on the street in Harajuku. As always, Lisa looked cool, this time with red and blue hair in twin tails, and bone hair ties.
Here are two Japanese punk rockers who we couldn't miss on the street in Harajuku. These awesome guys are obviously lifers, and the fashion of street punks in Harajuku isn't that different from street punks in any other city -
Tattoos have been part of the culture of Japan for thousands of years. Japanese society's relationship with the tattoo - and the tattooed - has evolved throughout history. In recent years, many younger Japanese people have begun embracing tattoos as