Category: Shibuya

Taking Inspiration from Tokyo Street Fashion to Create a Unique New Look
By: Date: February 12, 2015 Categories: Shibuya,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , ,
Three fashion girls in Tokyo

In the modern world, fashion primarily moves from east to west, and nowhere can as many strikingly different looks be found as in Tokyo. If you are looking for a truly unusual way to express yourself, this is the place to find inspiration.   Tokyo Street Fashion Although the city has been generating occasionally interesting…

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Ganguro fashion in Tokyo
By: Date: July 29, 2011 Categories: Ikebukuro,Shibuya,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Ganguro fashion is a type of alternative clothing that became very popular among young Japanese women around the year 2000 and still current. The Tokyo districts Shibuya and Ikebukuro are the center of ganguro fashion. The ganguro fashion are a combination of a very dark tan with dyed blond hair, orange, silver or gray. Black ink is used as eye liner…

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Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo
By: Date: July 8, 2011 Categories: Guide,Shibuya Tags: , ,

Located near the Hachiko exit of the busy Shibuya Station, this massive crossing in Tokyo’s Shibuya district is a landmark in itself. Imposing TV screens overtake the Shibuya crossing from above, where a huge number of people cross from every direction possible. It is where Tokyo’s youth, nightlife, fashion and business collide and a perfect location to…

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Harajuku, a fashion center in Shibuya
By: Date: April 5, 2011 Categories: Guide,Shibuya,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Harajuku, just north of Shibuya, is the number one fashion center of young Japanese, where on a normal Sunday you can find a lot of faddish, fun and crazy varieties of dress styles. Stores offering street fashion items for young people can be found in Harajuku while stylish cafes are located in Omotesando. In Aoyama,…

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Shibuya: the district of Tokyo for the young
By: Date: March 30, 2011 Categories: Guide,Shibuya Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Take the JR Line, just two stops from Shinjuku and you will be at Shibuya district, populated by the young people. There are approximately 200,000 people living here, but it is not a residential area, it is commercial and with entertainment facilities :  Shibuya is a powerful source of fashion and culture where many department stores, specialty stores and…

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