Tag: traditional Japanese clothing

Japanese Geta Sandals x Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars & White Gloves Street Style in Harajuku

Japanese Geta Sandals x Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars & White Gloves Street Style in Harajuku

Posted on January 27, 2020 in

Asato is a 21-year-old Japanese college student we met on the street in Harajuku. Asato is wearing an amazing pair of split toe Converse sneakers hand customized to be worn with traditional Japanese geta sandals. His all white look features

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Vintage Haori Jacket, Hakama Pants Corset Belt &  Dr. Martens Sandals in Tokyo

Vintage Haori Jacket, Hakama Pants Corset Belt & Dr. Martens Sandals in Tokyo

Posted on June 7, 2017 in

Nao is a 19-year-old Japanese college student who we met on the street in Shibuya. Nao's look features a vintage haori jacket over a red 603 top, vintage hakama pants, and Dr. Martens sandals with red socks. Accessories from vintage

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Harajuku Girls in Japanese Hakama w/ Tabun Zettai Geta

Harajuku Girls in Japanese Hakama w/ Tabun Zettai Geta

Posted on March 27, 2016 in

Moeka and Sakina caught our eye on the street in Harajuku while wearing traditional Japanese fashion. Moeka - on the left in blue - is wearing a cat print hakama / kimono outfit with wooden shoes (a mix of Japanese

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Blue Sunflowers Yukata On The Street in Harajuku at Night

Blue Sunflowers Yukata On The Street in Harajuku at Night

Posted on August 31, 2015 in

Nonoko is a friendly girl who we often see around the streets of Harajuku. When we first met her, she was a florist, but now she works at several boutiques in Harajuku, including Funktique. When we ran into Nonoko this

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Harajuku Kimono Style w/ Tokyo135° Sandals & Jeffrey Campbell Skate Booties

Harajuku Kimono Style w/ Tokyo135° Sandals & Jeffrey Campbell Skate Booties

Posted on July 21, 2015 in

We met these friendly kimono-wearing young women on the street in Harajuku. Here is what we learned about their fashion: Maako, pictured here to the right, is an office worker. She is wearing a checkered kimono with a striped obi

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Kimono, Doll Heads & Giant Tassel Necklace in Harajuku

Kimono, Doll Heads & Giant Tassel Necklace in Harajuku

Posted on May 24, 2015 in

Onachi quickly caught our eye in Harajuku with traditional Japanese fashion, quirky modern accessories, and two-tone hair. Onachi is wearing a colorful patterned kimono jacket with a pleated skirt and wooden sandals. Accessories include two Barbie doll heads (one as

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Kimono w/ Vivienne Westwood Heart Bag & Dr. Martens in Harajuku

Kimono w/ Vivienne Westwood Heart Bag & Dr. Martens in Harajuku

Posted on March 19, 2015 in

When we spotted Nozomi on the street in Harajuku, her mix of modern and traditional Japanese fashion caught our attention right away. In addition to her kimono, Nozomi accessorized with a heart shaped bag from Vivienne Westwood, glasses, a pompom

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Red Yukata & Geta Sandals w/ Pill Earrings & Round Bag in Harajuku

Red Yukata & Geta Sandals w/ Pill Earrings & Round Bag in Harajuku

Posted on October 4, 2014 in

We saw this traditional-meets-modern Japanese outfit in Harajuku and wanted to learn more about the person wearing it. We found out that her name is Niku and that she's active on Twitter. Niku is wearing a red yukata with a

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Japanese Yukata Pictures in Harajuku at Jingu Gaien Fireworks Festival

Japanese Yukata Pictures in Harajuku at Jingu Gaien Fireworks Festival

Posted on August 20, 2014 in

Summers in Japan are a time to get together with friends and enjoy fireworks festivals. For fans of traditional Japanese fashion, these festivals are a chance to see people wearing beautiful yukata (casual summer kimono). [We recently posted a video

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Kandi Raver Ichika’s Winged Kimono by Takuya Angel in Harajuku

Kandi Raver Ichika’s Winged Kimono by Takuya Angel in Harajuku

Posted on January 17, 2013 in

To say that Ichika stood out of the crowd walking down the street in Harajuku would be a little bit of an understatement. When we approached her and spoke to her, we found out that her personal style is "Kandi

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