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What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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From Gothic Lolitas to Yoyogi Rockabillies, the Tokyo neighborhood of Harajuku is a wellspring of some of the world's most unique and extreme fashion trends. Rife with restaurants, shops, and cafes, it's a hangout 'hood for the city's youth, whose style is confined to uniforms from elementary school through to high school graduation. And, perhaps to rebel from such strict sameness, they spend their weekends seeing how far they can push the limits. One of the oldest and most pervasive Harajuku style groups is Decora, characterized by a pursuit of kawaii, or "cuteness," which is expressed in massive piles of hair clips, face bandaids, creative layering, and a mishmash of colors and textures. Don't let "cute" confuse you: There's nothing delicate or elegant about Decora. It's bright, it's loud, and it's in your face (or rather, on your face, via a Hello Kitty bandaid). Though the style can appear as frivolous as a Halloween costume, there's a real statement behind the bevy of barrettes. In the face of pervasive group-mindedness, a rigid social order, and cultural reticence, the Decora have figured out a way to break free. In the first episode of our new documentary series, Style Out There, our host Asha Leo travels to Harajuku to meet with street fashion superstars, like 90884 designer Kurebayashi, Junnyan, and Shoichi Aoki, the founder of FRUiTS magazine, to peel back the rainbow-colored stickers and uncover the depth behind Decora. Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For all Style Out There episodes, go to: http://bit.ly/Style-Out-There For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: http://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: http://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: http://instagram.com/refinery29
Views: 8355899 Refinery29
Street Style Harajuku Tokyo Japan 92492 NM NS
 
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Views: 184072 FashionOneJapan
Lactose Intoler-Art - Street Style-Inspired Art & Fashion in Tokyo
 
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Explore the world of Lactose Intoler-Art - a street fashion-inspired art-and-design label created by Tokyo-based artist Brandon Reierson. Artist Brandon Reierson moved from a small town in Oklahoma to Tokyo to pursue his love of Japanese street fashion. After several years of making friends and connections in the Tokyo street fashion scene, he took another step toward his dream this summer - launching his first full fashion collection under the Lactose Intoler-Art brand name. We spent time with Brandon at his home in Koenji, Tokyo to find out more about his life, his art, his fashion brand, and his future plans. We hope that you'll enjoy watching Brandon's inspirational story as much as enjoyed filming it. If you have questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the YouTube comments. You can also contact Brandon directly at any of the following links: http://www.lactoseintolerart.com/ http://www.shoplactose.com/ https://www.etsy.com/shop/lactoseintolerart http://lactoseintolerart.tumblr.com/ http://instagram.com/lactoseintolerart/ https://twitter.com/intolerart https://www.facebook.com/lactoseintolerart Thank you to Brandon for sharing part of your life with us and we wish you the best in all of your future projects! Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube channel for more documentaries about creative and inspirational people in the Tokyo fashion, music, and art scenes. Thank you for watching! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Video produced by TokyoFashion.com with support from Artist-Photo.jp: http://tokyofashion.com/ http://artist-photo.jp/
Views: 40489 Tokyo Fashion
Halloween in Japan - Tokyo Costume Street Party 渋谷 ハロウィン
 
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Amazing costumes, tens of thousands of people, and lots of fun at Tokyo's massive 2014 Halloween costume street party! Happy Halloween from Japan everyone!!! Please share this video with your friends if you like it! Halloween has exploded in popularity in Japan in the last few years, and this year's Shibuya Halloween street party was the biggest and most insane that we've ever seen. The entire areas around Shibuya Station, the Shibuya Scramble, and Shibuya Center Street were packed with people in costumes from afternoon until well after midnight. We spent all day and night shooting to bring the fun directly to you! Japan is the birthplace of cosplay, so people here go all out when it comes to dressing up for Halloween. The costumes ranged from lots of zombie Disney characters (Snow White was especially popular) to horror movie and video game icons (Silent Hill nurses galore), to full on Comiket-style cosplay groups straight out of anime and manga (lots of One Piece) to random funny stuff (a Facebook Like, The Mona Lisa). In addition to this video, we'll be posting hundreds of Japanese Halloween costume pictures on Flickr here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/tokyofashion/sets/72157648649576407/ If you are a fan of costumes, cosplay, or just dressing up, please consider visiting Japan during the Halloween season. You won't find anywhere in the world where people have more fun with this holiday! All of the clips in our 2014 Japan Halloween costume street party video were shot on the streets of Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood either Halloween afternoon/night or the weekend before Halloween. We want to send out a big big "Thank You!" to every single person who allowed us to video them, and also to all of the fun friendly people we met on the street during the Halloween season in Tokyo. Happy Halloween and please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube channel for more fun from Japan: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews The song licensed for this video is available on Soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/flutist/energetic-techno-core-by
Views: 1179653 Tokyo Fashion
1980s & 1990s Fashion in Tokyo at Funktique Harajuku
 
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A visit to Funktique, a popular Harajuku 1980s and 1990s vintage fashion boutique. "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. The Harajuku fashion scene has seen a boom in resale and vintage shops in the last 10 years. Funktique is a relatively recent addition to the scene - having opened in 2012 - but they have quickly built a following among some of Harajuku's most well-known street fashion kids. The shop's aesthetic is New York 1980s and 1990s fashion seen through a Harajuku street lens. They specialize in handpicked pieces and deadstock items, but anything that the owners find interesting might end up in the shop. Beyond just their vision for the shop, Funktique is unique in Harajuku for two more reasons. First, one of the owners (Misato) is fluent in English. She's happy to talk to foreign customers about Harajuku, and to offer advice on what coordinates she likes. Secondly, Funktique Harajuku has an inspirational back story. The owners have had a shop in Fukushima for 10 years, but were forced to leave town after the March 2011 earthquake. Rather than giving up on their dreams, they not only moved to Tokyo to open another shop, but they also eventually re-opened their shop in the disaster zone. If you'd like to know more about that story, please check our interview with Misato here: http://tokyofashion.com/funktique-harajuku-vintage/ We hope that you enjoy Elleanor's shop visit and please let us know if you'd like to see more shop visits in the future. Also, make sure that you stop by and say hello to Misato and the Funktique team the next time you're in Harajuku! Funktique is located very near to Dog Harajuku. Here is a map/address: http://www.funktique.com/ Funktique Online http://funktique.com/ http://instagram.com/funktiquetokyo https://twitter.com/funktiquetokyo https://facebook.com/FUNKTIQUETOKYO Misato http://instagram.com/misato_funktique https://twitter.com/dolcevoce Ketsumo http://instagram.com/ketsumopolice https://twitter.com/k230p A big thank you to Funktique, Misato, and Ketsumo for letting us film this episode. Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob http://elleanor1222.tumblr.com/ Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Here are the licensed songs used in this video: 50's Housewife by Garry O'Neal https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife 1990 Something by Abir187 https://soundcloud.com/abir187/1990-something
Views: 31128 Tokyo Fashion
Harajuku in Tokyo, Japan - Walkaround - 4K Japan (Ultra HD)
 
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Harajuku in Tokyo, Japan - Walkaround - 4K Japan (Ultra HD) Harajuku is one of the busiest places in Japan with its young hipster like feel. There are many fashion and food shops to cater to younger people with many of the world's top brands having stores here. As well as finding some of the newest brands and fashion here, you'll also see some of the weirdest stuff you'll ever find. Lots of people walk around in some sort of cosplay or character's costumns which makes this place a must see for anyone traveling to Tokyo. Please subscribe for more videos and like and comment. You can find more 4k videos here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCE21BLMA0HE1y4J9Sy9b4APxK258vMOE Subscribe to TheJapanOnlineChannel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqmJgaupKDtHFOMSgyAWctQ?sub_confirmation=1 Follow TheJapanOnlineChannel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thejapanonlinechannel Also check us out on Twitter - https://twitter.com/JapannOnline Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114076196748583513805 Instagram - http://instagram.com/thejapanonlinechannel Also check out our website where we post many videos about Japan (not just our own), events, articles, tips to surviving in Japan and many more things about Japan Website - http://thejapanonlinechannel.com/ Welcome to TheJapanOnlineChannel (JOC). We will cover things from Japanese culture, news, life, travel, food and anything about Japan. Please take your time and look through our videos and also check out our site (link above) for more things about Japan. Thanks TheJapanOnlineChannel
Views: 247902 Japan Online
Applying for Fashion School in Japan - by Christina
 
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Thinking about applying to fashion school in Japan? Christina shares her story of getting into Tokyo's Bunka Fashion College, the top fashion college in all of Asia! Christina grew up in Quebec, Canada. She moved to Japan after graduating from McGill university. She's now a third year student at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, the top ranked fashion school in Japan. In this fourth episode of "My Fashion School in Japan Story", Christina talks about finishing up Japanese language school and applying for Bunka Fashion College. She talks about the process of applying to the school, the requirements, and some of the potential pitfalls. It's hard to answer every question in a video, so please check out the official Bunka Fashion College website after watching: http://www.bunka-fc.ac.jp/en/about.html In the next episode, Christina will talk about starting classes at Bunka and what it is like to actually attend daily classes at a fashion school in Japan, what the assignments and homework are like, exams, etc. Please check back and leave comments if there are specific things you'd like her to discuss about going to fashion college in Japan. You can also contact Christina directly on her Instagram or Twitter: https://twitter.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://instagram.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://pinkysaurus-rex.tumblr.com/ Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube channel for future episodes: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Licensed music in this video: "Be Happy" by Diamond City
Views: 44974 Tokyo Fashion
A Day in Tokyo with Travi$ Scott and Minami of CREAM
 
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Get the latest from HYPEBEAST TV by hitting the SUBSCRIBE button! Two lines into his well-received 2014 free album Days Before Rodeo, Travi$ Scott raps "after three number one albums you would of thought I'd feel amazing; still impatient." The 22-year-old Houston native is referring to his production on Yeezus, Magna Carta... Holy Grail and The Gifted, and yet even with those accolades under his belt he's still hungry for more. Alongside the release of the aforementioned album, the eccentric rapper toured the world hoping to build on his international presence. A success would be an understatement, as Scott's forthcoming debut album, which is currently in the works, is one of the more anticipated LPs of 2015. For a glimpse into his life on tour, the Grand Hustle recording artist met up with Minami of JPOP music group CREAM to explore the vibrant surroundings of Tokyo. For up-to-date news and more: http://HYPEBEAST.com View more HYPEBEAST videos: http://YOUTUBE.com/user/HypebeastTV Stay connected with us on your favorite social media platform: http://FACEBOOK.com/hypebeast http://TWITTER.com/hypebeast http://TUMBLR.com/tagged/hypebeast http://PINTEREST.com/hypebeast http://INSTAGRAM.com/hypebeast
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My First Year in Japan - by Christina
 
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A dream come true? Culture shock? What's it like when you finally make the big move to Japan? Christina shares stories from her first year living in Tokyo! Christina grew up in Quebec, Canada. She moved to Japan after graduating from McGill university. She's now a third year student at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, the top ranked fashion school in Japan. In this third episode of "My Fashion School in Japan Story", Christina shares her experiences during her first year of living in Japan. She covers a lot of things from first arriving and getting her alien registration card, moving into her apartment to getting a phone and setting up a bank account, riding the trains, going to language school, getting a job in Japan, and making friends. Christina also shares some personal stories about her first year in Japan - including talking about how the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami affected her decision to stay in Japan, and how some of her friends reacted differently. It was hard to condense a year down into a single episode, so please let Christina know if you have specific questions or if there are things about getting used to living in Japan or Japanese language school that you would like to know more about. In the next episode, Christina will talk about completing language school and starting her life at Bunka Fashion School. As always, she'll also be happy to answer any of your questions about Bunka specifically, fashion college in general, or life in Japan. Please leave comments, questions, and suggestions for future episodes in the comments! You can also contact Christina directly on her Instagram or Twitter: https://twitter.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://instagram.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://pinkysaurus-rex.tumblr.com/ Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube channel for future episodes: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Licensed music in this video: "Be Happy" by Diamond City
Views: 117146 Tokyo Fashion
Akihabara Culture x Harajuku Fashion - Elleanor's Tokyo
 
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A Japanese street style mixing elements of otaku culture (anime, manga, idols, gaming) with Harajuku cool is quickly gaining popularity. Elleanor takes us to the opening of Park Harajuku to check out this growing scene! "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. In the last few years, a Japanese street fashion movement that mixes Akiba-kei / Akihabara culture (anime, manga, idols, retro gaming, chiptune, pixel art, glitch art) with Harajuku (colorful coordinates, handmade items, kawaii accessories, graphics) has been growing. Once only a subculture, Akihabara x Harajuku fashion has suddenly become more mainstream, with Harajuku brands doing otaku-influenced collaborations, and new shops opening to cater to fans of this type of fashion. In this episode, Elleanor talks about the growing popularity of this type of fashion and takes us to the opening party of Park Harajuku - a new shop that mixes otaku / Akiba-kei and Harajuku elements. The items that Park Harajuku carries vary from super kawaii Japanese fairy kei fashion (Milklim), to America otaku fashion (Omocat), to indie Japanese otaku designers, to anime and managa DVDs, to toys and accessories directly from Akihabara. Park Harajuku also has several of their own manga characters. For more information on Park Harajuku, check their official website: http://www.park-harajuku.com/ For info on the artists featured in this video: Rei Nakanishi (designer) http://rei-nakanishi.tumblr.com/ VI☆妙 (shironuri musicians) https://twitter.com/vi_myou Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob http://elleanor1222.tumblr.com/ Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Here are the licensed songs used in this video: 50's Housewife by Garry O'Neal https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife "Dial-up Techno" by Steve Theo
Views: 53449 Tokyo Fashion
Tokyo Insider Daikanyama, Japan | Passport to Fashion
 
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Subscribe to http://www.fashionone.com/subscribe and see Fashion One's latest videos. Get your style guide out and take note! Every week, Fashion One presents the most cutting-edge collections from the hottest runway shows around the world. Get the latest fashion news at http://www.fashionone.com Join our Facebook fan page: http://www.fashionone.com/facebook Follow us on twitter: http://www.fashionone.com/twitter Catch our fashion updates on http://www.fashionone.com/googleplus "Fashion One" "Fashion Entertainment" "Fashion Model" "Runway" "Beauty" "Music" "Fashion One TV" "Designers" "Fashion Designers" "Style" "Collection" "Fashion Show" "Fashion" "Week"
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HEIHEI - Japanese Street Fashion by Shohei Kato カトーショーヘー
 
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Behind the scenes with independent Japanese streetwear designer Shohei Kato. Find out what inspired Shohei to create his popular-in-Harajuku Japanese fashion brand. HEIHEI is an independent Japanese fashion brand often seen on the streets of Harajuku. The brand was created by Bunka Fashion College graduate Shohei Kato in 2013. In this feature, we go behind the scenes of several of HEIHEI's lookbook shoots and also talk with the designer about what inspires him, how he first became interested in fashion, what influence Harajuku has had on his creative process, and much more. The first HEIHEI collection featured oversized unisex fashion with bold graphics mixing elements of kawaii and grotesque. Harajuku style icon Hirari Ikeda was the image model for the first HEIHEI collection, and Hirari has returned several times to model for the brand since that time. We also talk to Shohei about the experience of working with Hirari Ikeda. The second HEIHEI collection was inspired by baseball and other memory fragments from Shohei's childhood. The third collection "HEIHEI Dalmatians" features artwork inspired by movies and toys from Shohei's childhood. We hope you enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at one of Japan's up-and-coming fashion designers. For more info, please check the following links: HEIHEI Official Website: http://www.heihei.jp/ HEIHEI on Social Media: https://twitter.com/SHOW_HEY_K http://instagram.com/heiheitokyo A big thank you to Shohei Kato (カトーショーヘー) and the stylists, models, photographers, studio support staff, and everyone else who made this video possible. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel for more Japanese fashion videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews
Views: 191772 Tokyo Fashion
Early 1970s Japan, Tokyo Street Style, Fashion, Archive Footage
 
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From the Kinolibrary archive film collections. To order the clip clean and high res visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref KLR714 Early 1970s Japan, young people on the streets, Tokyo, fashion
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Shojono Tomo - Japanese Art & Fashion at Edo-Tokyo Museum
 
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Japanese artist Shonjono Tomo presents a special art & fashion show at Tokyo's famous Edo-Tokyo Museum. Shonjono Tomo is a Japanese artist who exhibits her art around the world, as well as creating kawaii fashion that's been worn by celebrities including Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Nicki Minaj, and more. Official website: http://shojonotomo.com/ English Info: http://sweetstreetsla.com/artist/shojono-tomo Shojono Tomo's show at the Edo-Tokyo Museum featured a retrospective of several of her recent projects along with a live painting event. A recurring theme in Shojono Tomo's art is "Skinship". The artist creates clothing that is meant to be worn by two (or more) people. These conceptual "skinship" garments require the people wearing them to be touching each other skin-to-skin, encouraging closeness. At the Edo-Tokyo show, a number of the artist's skinship pieces were presented on models. Shojono Tomo also created a new skinship work live on stage. The new piece was used in a wedding ceremony which closed the show. For more information on Shojono Tomo's art and vision, please see our previous interview on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/jhByojxQFro
Views: 9001 Tokyo Fashion
Tokyo Snow 2014 - 雪の東京
 
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Harajuku & Shibuya blanketed in white during the major snowstorm that hit Tokyo on February 8, 2014. We wandered around Shibuya and Harajuku during the snow storm and shot some video to show you how pretty Tokyo looks after a snowfall. Many of the smaller shops in Harajuku were closed and there weren't too many people on the streets of Harajuku (especially for a Saturday). We haven't seen this few people on Takeshita Dori and Cat Street in a long time! We also shot Hachiko, Shibuya 109, LaForet Harajuku, Kiddyland, Omotesando Hills, and other landmarks to show you what they look like covered in snow. According to the Japanese news, this is the most snow that Tokyo has received in over 10 years (maybe longer, depending on which weather channel you watch). Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel if you want to see lots of Japanese fashion videos (and the occasional snow update - haha).
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25 Things To Do in Tokyo, Japan (Watch This Before You Go)
 
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Get info about things to do, where to stay, and the best food to eat on your visit to Tokyo, Japan. Here's the guide: https://migrationology.com/tokyo-travel-guide-for-food-lovers/ Tokyo (東京), Japan, is one of the world's greatest cities, and there's so much to do and see when you visit. From temples and shrines, to gardens and museums, you'll never run out of attractions. Out of all the things you could do, I've chosen a top 25 list for this awesome city (and just so you know food is my first choice in Tokyo)! 1. Ameya-Yokochō (アメヤ横丁) - A giant open air market that offers clothes, cosmetics, food, and restaurants and bars. 2. Meiji Shrine (明治神宮) - This Shinto shrine, surrounded by beautiful forest, is extremely significant. 3. Ryogoku Kokugikan (両国国技館) - Even if it's not fight season, you can go to the free sumo museum and eat sumo chankonabe. 4. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (新宿御苑) - The garden is a beautiful attraction in Tokyo, with French gardens, Japanese gardens, and a green house. 5. Ginza (銀座) / Yurakucho (有楽町) - Ginza is a great area of town for upscale shopping and dining, while Yurakucho is famous for Izakaya bars and restaurants under the railroad track. 6. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (東京都庁舎) - There are a lot of things to do in Tokyo where you have to pay, but here, you can go to the 45th floor for free. 7. Tsukiji Market (築地市場) - One of the most famous attractions in all of Tokyo is the Tsukiji Market (築地市場), the biggest seafood market in the world. 8. Shibuya (渋谷区) - With the busiest intersection in the world, Shibuya (渋谷区) is also home to shopping and restaurant. 9. Sumida River (隅田川) - At Tokyo's Sumida River, you can either just walk around the park and enjoy the riverside views, or you can take the Tokyo Cruise in a boat. 10. Tokyo Imperial Palace (皇居) - This is the home of the emperor of Japan. To enter the grounds, you have to make a tour booking on the official website 11. Ueno Park (上野公園), Tokyo National Museum (東京国立博物館) - Ueno Park is a huge public park in Tokyo with shrines, gardens and a number of museums. 12. Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー) - They call it Tokyo's biggest attractions. It's a huge communications tower with various viewing decks and galleries. 13. Harajuku (原宿), Takeshita Street (竹下通り) - Famous for its street market and cosplay that takes place, this is a place in the city to see and be seen. 14. Senso-ji (金龍山浅草寺) - Visiting this temple is one of the top things to do in Tokyo, frequented by both tourists and religious pilgrims. It's the oldest temple in Tokyo. 15. Edo-Tokyo Museum (江戸東京博物館) - It looks a little like a UFO, but it's one of Tokyo's main museums, that aims to preserve the history of the city. 16. Fine Dining - Let's just face it, Tokyo is one of the best cities in the world for high class dining - atmosphere, presentation, food, it's all just stunning! 17. Akihabara Electric Town (秋葉原電気街) - If you love electronics and gaming, you're going to love the area of Akihabara. You'll also find those infamous maid cafes here. 18. Tokyo Stock Exchange (東京証券取引所) - Another free attraction in Tokyo is to be a guest at the stock exchange where you can see the Japanese Nikkei being traded. 19. Roppongi (六本木) - Home to the Mori Art Museum and a hotspot for nightlife in the city, Roppongi is an exciting area of town. 20. Odaiba (お台場) - This area of Tokyo is full of things to do like Legoland, and Palette Town, an indoor amusement park. It's also known as Tokyo's entertainment island. 21. Yoyogi Park (代々木公園) - Located next to Meiji Shrine, and just a short distance from Harajuku and Shinjuku, this park is popular for exercise and dance. 22. Nezu (根津), Yanaka (谷中 (台東区) - Tokyo is a truly modern city, but there are a couple places like Nezu and Yanaka that have held strong to their traditional and cultural roots. 23. Onsen (温泉) - You've got to strip down naked before you can enter a Japanese public bath. 24. Mount Takao (高尾山) - Just 50 km from central Tokyo, this mountain is popular for climbing and is a sacred religious mountains. Makes a good day trip from Tokyo. 25. Food - Finally, food is the reason I visited Japan, and I think eating is by all means one of the best things to do in Tokyo. Food is everywhere, and not only does it taste amazing, but the care that goes into Japanese cuisine is incredible. Thank you very much for watching this video that includes some of the best things to do in Tokyo. I hope it will give you inspiration to visit and eat through this amazing city. Tokyo travel guide for food lovers: http://wp.me/psd9b-4EA Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology All music in this video courtesy of AudioNetwork.com Support my videos: http://migrationology.com/donate/
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Attending Fashion School in Japan - by Christina
 
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What is it like to attend Japan's top ranked fashion school Bunka Fashion College? Christina tells us about the day to day life of a fashion student in Japan! Christina grew up in Quebec, Canada. She moved to Japan after graduating from McGill university. She's now a third year student at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, the top ranked fashion school in Japan. In this fifth episode of "My Fashion School in Japan Story", Christina talks about attending Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo. She shares stories about the classes you will be taking, the extracurricular activities, exams, homework, the Japanese fashion school grading system, what types of materials you'll need, what types of facilities are available, and more! Condensing the entire fashion school experience down into one episode is almost impossible, so please check out the official Bunka Fashion College website after watching: http://www.bunka-fc.ac.jp/en/about.html In her next episode, Christina will talk about the job hunting process in Japan, which starts a year before you graduate. She'll also talk about her experiences looking for a fashion industry job in Japan. Please check back and leave comments if there are specific things you'd like her to discuss about going to fashion college in Japan. You can also contact Christina directly on her Instagram or Twitter: https://twitter.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://instagram.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://pinkysaurus-rex.tumblr.com/ Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube channel for future episodes: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Licensed music in this video: "Be Happy" by Diamond City
Views: 28840 Tokyo Fashion
Japanese Language School in Japan with Christina
 
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Dreaming about moving to Japan? For Christina, Japanese language school - and a school-sponsored visa - was the perfect first step! Christina grew up in Quebec, Canada. She moved to Japan after graduating from McGill university. She is now a third year student at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, the top ranked fashion school in Japan. In this second episode of "My Fashion School in Japan Story", Christina shares her experiences with finding a Japanese language school (in Japan) while still living in Canada. She also explains how a language school-sponsored visa is a great way to try life in Japan on for size before committing to a full multi-year university. Dorms, guest houses, and apartments in Japan are also discussed briefly. Christina also answers some of your questions about the costs of language schools and how she was able to afford going to school and living in Japan. In the next episode, Christina will talk about arriving in Japan and starting life as a language student in Tokyo. She'll also be happy to answer any of your questions about Bunka specifically, fashion college in general, or life in Japan. Please leave comments, questions, and suggestions for future episodes in the comments! You can also contact Christina directly on her Instagram or Twitter: https://twitter.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://instagram.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://pinkysaurus-rex.tumblr.com/ Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube channel for future episodes: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Licensed music in this video: "Be Happy" by Diamond City
Views: 138524 Tokyo Fashion
Harajuku Decora Fashion  - デコラファッション
 
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Kawaii and colorful fashion at a Japanese decora meetup in Tokyo's famous Harajuku fashion district. Decora is a Japanese subculture that revolves around colorful outfits with lots of cute accessories - especially brightly colored plastic hair clips. Decora was extremely popular in Harajuku in the early 2000s, with hundreds of decora gathering on the Jingu Bashi bridge every weekend to hang out with their friends, trade fashion tips, and have fun. Today's Japanese decora - while not in the numbers they once were - still carry on the tradition of bright colorful clothing and lots of accessories, while adding their own personal touches to the style. Recently, we've also seen an increase in people mixing decora with shironuri, which you can see in a couple of these looks. This Harajuku decora meetup was a chance for several of Tokyo's decora to get together and have fun while spending the day wandering around Harajuku together. The day ended with ice cream! We will be posting street snaps of each of the decora outfits from the decora meetup - please check back soon for the link. The organizer of this Harajuku Decora meetup was: https://twitter.com/0326decora We thank her for inviting us to film the event - and a big thank you to all of the decora who we met! Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews
Views: 226329 Tokyo Fashion
Tokyo Style Kimono Fashion Show
 
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WCN-tv.com presents Tokyo Style Kimono Fashion show 2014. The most beautiful kimono plus Olympic style kimono. We interview Kimono master designer and ask how Star Wars was influenced by the kimono plus much more!
Views: 34594 WCN-tv.com
Valentine's Day in Japan & Cafe Na Harajuku - Elleanor's Tokyo Ep. 3
 
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A visit to Elleanor's favorite Harajuku cafe (including Japanese food), sweets-making on Valentine's Day, and a big announcement! "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. In Elleanor's third video blog, she visits (along with several friends) her favorite Harajuku cafe and shows you what's on the menu. After that, Elleanor makes sweets for Valentine's Day, and then she has a big announcement about her plans for next month. Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. You can also talk to her and see her daily photos on Instagram and Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob If you want to know more about Elleanor's favorite Harajuku cafe, check out the Cafe Na website: http://cafena.net/ The direct link to the Cafe Na google map is here: http://goo.gl/maps/oO7Bg The foods that Elleanor is eating in the video are Omurice and Takoyaki. Also, if you want to know more about Valentine's Day in Japan, and the difference between Valentine's Day in other countries, check this article: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2014/02/13/general/japan-gets-in-the-mood-for-love-this-valentines-day/ About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews
Views: 49059 Tokyo Fashion
Tokyo Fashion Week
 
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Along with Paris, Milan, London, and New York, Tokyo is a fashion capital of the world, flocked by thousands of trendsetters and movers and shakers in the fashion industry during the semi-annual Tokyo Fashion Week. More non-Japanese designers are presenting their Spring collections at Tokyo Fashion Week, hoping their eye-popping pieces will win over buyers from New York and other international markets.
Views: 2897 Alpha Now
Lady Gaga's Little Monsters of Japan - artRAVE Tokyo [レディーガガ]
 
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Meet Lady Gaga's Japanese Little Monsters from artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball's sold out Tokyo concert in August 2014! Ever since Lady Gaga's 2009 breakout concert at Japan's Summer Sonic music festival, Tokyo Fashion has been documenting the amazing fashion and dedication of her Japanese fans. The latest sold out ArtRave concert in Tokyo was no exception - an army of Little Monsters showed up from all over Japan (and beyond) to pay their respects to Lady Gaga and to show off their Gaga-inspired costumes. Lady Gaga (レディーガガ) has always been a big booster of Japanese fashion and Japanese fashion designers (her previous stylist was half-Japanese himself), and she was very supportive of Japan after the big earthquake in 2011. Please enjoy this video of some of the Little Monsters we met at this show - and feel free to leave comments to let us know which looks you liked the best. We want to send our biggest possible "Thank you!" to all of Lady Gaga's fans who were nice enough to let us photograph them and shoot video of their costumes. Every time we go to a Lady Gaga concert, we are humbled by how friendly and sweet her fans are. If you're interested in seeing our previous pictures showcasing the fashion Lady Gaga's Japanese fans, please check these links: Lady Gaga at Summer Sonic 2009: http://tokyofashion.com/japanese-lady-gaga-fans/ Lady Gaga in Japan 2010 (Tokyo Day 1): http://tokyofashion.com/lady-gagas-little-japanese-monsters-pictures/ Lady Gaga Japanese tour 2010 (Tokyo Day 2): http://tokyofashion.com/japanese-lady-gaga-fan-fashion-pictures-day-2/ Lady Gaga in Japan 2012: http://tokyofashion.com/lady-gaga-fan-fashion-japan-pictures/ Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube channel for more Japanese fashion related videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews
Views: 79162 Tokyo Fashion
Adventures in New York City - Elleanor's Tokyo
 
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Elleanor and Yako travel from Tokyo to New York City - then explore Times Square and Manhattan, make friends, eat, and shop! "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. In this special travel episode, Elleanor and Yako fly to New York City. Upon arriving in New York, they find their way to their hotel in Time's Square and then set out to explore Manhattan. Along the way, they make friends, eat a lot of food, do some shopping, and have fun! There will be a few more episodes from New York (and lots more from Harajuku), so please subscribe! Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob Elleanor's friends in this episode include: Yako: http://instagram.com/yyayaya Alula: https://twitter.com/babytarantula Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews By request, here are the three licensed songs used in this video: https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife https://soundcloud.com/soundroll/feel-good-journey "Happiness" by Dragon Chant
Views: 24348 Tokyo Fashion
Sweet Pink & Brown Makeup Tutorial by RinRin Doll - スウィートメイク
 
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Tokyo-based fashion model RinRin Doll shares her super-cute pink & brown makeup tutorial - perfect for sweet casual street & casual lolita looks. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion & RinRinDoll YouTube channels for more makeup tutorials directly from Japan! RinRin Doll is well known in Japan for her lolita modeling. She's modeled for Angelic Pretty and other Japanese brands, as well as appearing regularly in Kera Magazine and running her own popular blog. In addition to lolita, RinRin also models for more "mainstream" Japanese fashion brands. In this tutorial, RinRin was nice enough to show us her pink and brown makeup look that is perfect for wearing with casual lolita and many other casual sweet styles. RinRin Doll will be making more tutorials in the future, and she would love to hear your suggestions, questions, and requests. So, please leave a YouTube comment and let us know what you think! You can also leave comments on RinRin's personal channel: http://youtube.com/RinRinDolly In addition to the main makeup tutorial, RinRin Doll modeled several different coordinates (including one lolita look) to show what kind of outfits with which this makeup will look cute. Let us know if you like the idea of showing fashion that goes with the makeup tutorials. RinRin may include that concept in future videos! The items used in this tutorial include the following: Main Makeup Tutorial - Urban Decay Deluxe Shadow Box - The Balm Shady Lady Vol 1 - MAC 217 Blending Brush - Majorlica Majorca Br792 - Pink Brown Eyeliner Pencil - Pink Brown Eyeliner Liquid - Pink Brown Mascara - Romantic Minnie Brown Eyelashes No. 4 - Hello Kitty Eyelash Glue - MAC Hello Kitty Blush - "Tippy" - Anna Sui Blush Brush - MAC Hello Kitty Brush - Majolica Majorca Eyebrow Pencil - Makeup Forever Concealer - MAC Hello Kitty Lip Frost - "Strayin" - Anna Sui Lip Gloss D01 Casual Sweet Street Look (4:45) - Top: Merry Jenny - Skirt: Meisje - Cardigan: Emily Temple Cute - Bag: Milk - Tights: tutuanna - Shoes: Milk - Choker: lilLilly - Earrings: Jouetie - Rings: Qpot, Anna Sui - Bracelet: Warmth - Sticker Tattoos: Swaggy Tokyo Casual Lolita Look (5:13) - Blouse, JSK, tights, boots, headdress, necklace, earrings & bracelet - Angelic Pretty - Rings - Anna Sui, Angelic Pretty, Qpot Makeup Change (5:46) - Diamond Eyelashes In Black - Dasoda Mascara Black - Dasoda Eye-Liner Liquide Black - Anna Sui Lip Gloss E01 - Red - Anna Sui Rose Ring Rouge 400 - Red Casual Sweet Street Look 2 (5:52) - Headband: Milk - Tattoo Choker - JSK: Milk - Cardigan: Emily Temple Cute - Earring: Jouetie - Rings: Anna Sui, Angelic Pretty, Qpot - Tights: tutuanna - Shoes: Milk - Sticker Tattoo: Swaggy Tokyo If you have questions about any of the products (or anything else), please let us know in the comments! For more info on RinRin Doll, find her online at: http://youtube.com/RinRinDolly http://RinRinDoll.com/ http://twitter.com/RinRin_Doll‎ http://instagram.com/rinrindoll http://www.facebook.com/rinrindoll Also, please follow Tokyo Fashion on YouTube and here: http://twitter.com/tokyofashion http://facebook.com/tokyofashion http://instagram.com/tokyofashion http://tokyo-fashion.tumblr.com http://tokyofashion.com/ Thank you for watching and much love to everyone from Japan!!!
Views: 619627 Tokyo Fashion
Japan Crazy Fashion HAUL @ Closet Child Tokyoで買いまくった!
 
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ロリータ服買いまくり!I bought fancy Japanese Lolita Fashion dresses and skirts in a MASSIVE CRAZY HAUL in Tokyo at the Closet Child store! Check them out! Thanks for watching CanUdoitCat!! ☆PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL! ☆チャネル登録してね☆ https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Canudoitcosplaygirl ☆TWITTER me! I DO TWEET BACK!☆ https://www.twitter.com/DoitCosplaygirl ☆More info, pics and details are on my geek chic BLOG☆ https://cafeharajuku.blogspot.jp ☆Get NEWS and UPDATES via my NEW Facebook page☆ https://www.facebook.com/pages/canudoitcat Any questions? Leave me a question in the box below or tweet me! Can you do it Cat, is a channel for Japanese Fashion, sub-and geek culture and lots more. Every Sunday I bring you Lolita meets, Cosplay, Tutorials, Give-aways, comedy, fun, friends and more: it's about you! Keep in touch with me - let me shape this channel with you! As always: LOVE what you DO! DO what you LOVE! Thanks for watching and see you next Sunday!
Views: 23453 Cathy Cat カティー
Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan
 
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Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan. http://asiafashionclothing.com/wholesale/tokyo/. Tokyo's Apparel Town - Japanese Wholesale Market. Tokyo's Apparel Town - Japan Fashion Districts. Find also Japanese Online Wholesale Clothes and B2B Fashion Shopping Sites and Marketplaces.
TOKYO FASHION TOWN Cosplay Shoot
 
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Music belongs to its respective artist and record label. "Planet of Sound - We Are Together" TFT July 2014 東京コスプレコンプレックス
Views: 7746 Rescue the Princess!
Japanese Fashion Brand MYOB NYC Harajuku Popup Shop - Elleanor's Tokyo
 
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Let's go see the popup shop of cool Japanese street fashion brand MYOB at LaForet Harajuku - and meet some Harajuku kids too! "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. MYOB (officially known as "MYOB NYC") is one of the many cool indie Japanese fashion brands that are popular on the streets of Harajuku. MYOB was created by two young female Japanese designers. A lot of stylish Harajuku girls wear the MYOB ear cuffs and MYOB die cut earrings. When MYOB decided to have a popup shop at LaForet (the coolest department store in Harajuku, and a place were Elleanor used to work), Elleanor and her friend Andrea headed out to the opening party. In this episode, Elleanor shows many of the cool items that MYOB is launching this season, including their first ever apparel collection (in the past most of their collections were accessories). She also introduces some of the street fashion personalities who she sees every day around Harajuku. Harajuku super icon Hirari Ikeda even makes an appearance! For more info on MYOB NYC, please check out these links: Official brand website: http://www.filter-nyc.net/myob_index.html MYOB NYC Designer Comi: http://instagram.com/comi_myob MYOB NYC Designer Tanimi: http://instagram.com/tanimi_MYOB Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob http://elleanor1222.tumblr.com/ Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Here are the licensed songs used in this video: 50's Housewife by Garry O'Neal https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife Above the Clouds by Fobee https://soundcloud.com/fobee
Views: 22764 Tokyo Fashion
Cute Japanese Nail art by Cabbage Manami in Shibuya
 
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Let's visit Japanese nail artist Cabbage Manami in Shibuya as she creates cute gel nails with Pikachu, Scooby Doo, cupcakes, kaomoji, Furby, sushi & more! "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. Nail art is a huge industry in Japan. Anything kawaii is also super popular. Mix the two and you've got the custom kawaii nail art of Japanese nail artist Cabbage Manami. In this episode, Elleanor visits Cabbage at Nail Salon ao. in Shibuya and gets her nails done up in lots of cute designs. Elleanor has been getting her gel nails done at Nail ao. for over a year. Following many requests for a video about Japanese nail art, she wanted to share the entire process - from start to finish - with those of you that might be curious. We appreciate nail artist Cabbage Manami allowing us to shoot Elleanor's visit to the salon, and we hope that you enjoy the cute art that she created for Elleanor. If you're interested in having Cabbage do your nails when you're in Tokyo, feel free to contact her directly on Instagram or you can contact Elleanor on Twitter/Instagram and she might be able to help with communication! For more information on Nail ao. - and to see more custom nail art designs - please check out Cabbage Manami's instagram: http://instagram.com/cabbage_manami Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob http://elleanor1222.tumblr.com/ Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at a popular resale clothing shop in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Here are the licensed songs used in this video: 50's Housewife by Garry O'Neal https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife Above the Clouds by Fobee https://soundcloud.com/fobee
Views: 264868 Tokyo Fashion
Tokyo Fashion News
 
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For WAKUWAKU JAPAN(スカパー)
Views: 47 fashion tv
TOKYO FASHION FUSE 7: Models! Models! Models!
 
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20周年を祝うテクノキング Ken IshiiのヘッドラインDJに豪華なモデルのキャストで、Tokyo Fashion Fuse 7 のストリートファッション x ハイブランド x キラーサウンドを映像で「ライセンス・トゥ・スリル」を感じさせた。 また、スペシャルゲストにモデルの「すみれ」がショーを飾った!彼女の華麗なるランウェイ模様はCOMING SOON! Hot models and killer sounds at Tokyo Fashion Fuse 7 feat. Ken Ishii as headline DJ. Pin-ups Sun Wei and Asano among an amazing line-up of catwalk beauties - plus a very special celebrity guest! Close-up TV footage of Japanese stunner Sumire coming soon ... - Street Level Productions official video by Miki.TV
Views: 1156 MIKI TV
One to Watch Fint Fashion Store Tokyo Japan 93125 NM NS
 
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Subscribe to http://www.fashionone.com/subscribe and see Fashion One's latest videos. Get your style guide out and take note! Every week, Fashion One presents the most cutting-edge collections from the hottest runway shows around the world. Get the latest fashion news at http://www.fashionone.com Join our Facebook fan page: http://www.fashionone.com/facebook Follow us on twitter: http://www.fashionone.com/twitter Catch our fashion updates on http://www.fashionone.com/googleplus "Fashion One" "Fashion Entertainment" "Fashion Model" "Runway" "Beauty" "Music" "Fashion One TV" "Designers" "Fashion Designers" "Style" "Collection" "Fashion Show" "Fashion" "Week"
Views: 1615 FashionOneJapan
4K  - Great shopping places for fashion in Tokyo (one minute), Japan Part 1
 
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Three of many places in Tokyo ;-) Test Shots hand held with Panasonic GH4 kit lens 14-140mm F 3.5-5.6 GH4H 4K (3840X2160 25P) Sound: "Opus One" from http://audionautix.com clothes - dress - outfit - rags - gear - dugs - clobber - glad rags
Views: 2495 catfight2011
My Fashion School in Japan Story by Christina
 
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So you want to go to fashion college in Japan? You can do it! Find out how Christina made her way from Canada to Tokyo's most prestigious fashion school. Christina grew up in Quebec, Canada. She moved to Japan after graduating from McGill university. She is now a third year student at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, the top ranked fashion school in Japan, and one of the top ranked fashion schools in the world. TokyoFashion.com often gets questions from people around the world who are interested in attending fashion school in Japan. Christina offered to share her experiences as a foreigner living in Japan and attending Bunka Fashion College. In this first episode, Christina introduces herself and shares the story of how she ended up in Japan. She also touches on the need for Japanese language skills if you want to attend fashion school (or any kind of school) in Japan. In future episodes, Christina will share more about her life as a foreigner fashion student in Tokyo. She'll also be happy to answer any of your questions about Bunka specifically, fashion college in general, or life in Japan. Please leave comments, questions, and suggestions for future episodes in the comments! You can also contact Christina directly on her Instagram or Twitter: https://twitter.com/pinkysaurus_rex http://instagram.com/pinkysaurus_rex Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube channel for future episodes: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Licensed music in this video: "Be Happy" by Diamond City
Views: 28103 Tokyo Fashion
「原宿ファッションウォーク」 Harajuku Fashion HALLOWEEN: Kawaii&Creepy Tokyo Street Styles
 
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♪原宿ハロウィーン HARAJUKU GOES HALLOWEEN! HARAJUKU FASHION WALK HALLOWEEN STYLE! Great, cute, creepy and Kawaii Japanese Street Fashion for a great creative mix of fun people! Thanks for watching CanudoitCat!! ☆PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL! ☆チャネル登録してね☆ www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Canudoitcosplaygirl ☆TWITTER me! I DO TWEET BACK!☆ www.twitter.com/DoitCosplaygirl ☆More info, pics and details are on my geek chic BLOG☆ cafeharajuku.blogspot.jp ☆Get NEWS and UPDATES via my NEW Facebook page☆ www.facebook.com/pages/canudoitcat Hey there I am Cathy Cat! Can you do it Cat, is a channel for Japanese Fashion, sub-and geek culture and lots more. Every Sunday/Monday I bring you Japanese Fashion, Lolita meets, Tutorials, Give-aways, comedy, fun, friends and more: it's about you! Keep in touch with me - let me shape this channel with you! As always: LOVE what you DO! DO what you LOVE! Thanks for watching and see you next MONDAY!
Dior | Pre-Fall 2014/15 Paris/Tokyo Full Show | Exclusive Video
 
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Christian Dior | Pre-Fall 2014/15 Esprit Dior Tokyo by Raf Simons | Paris/Tokyo | Full Fashion Show in High Definition. (Widescreen - Exclusive Video)
Views: 225671 FF Channel
Tokyo Fashion Walk 2013, Harajuku
 
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This was taken from Harajuku Station during my Summer Trip in Japan (July 2013). Tokyo Fashion Walk event, where the participants will walk from Harajuku Station to Omotesando (and if i'm not mistaken, until they get near to Shibuya) and then go back again to Harajuku. Here you could see (the men with whit shirt and backpack, organizing the participant) is a journalist and photographer, Kjeld Duits. Kjeld Duits focused on Japanese Street Style Photography. Famous with his popular website http://www.japanesestreets.com/
Views: 117 Aniq Tasia
Hanamizz Popup Shop & Shibuya Fashion Festival - Elleanor's Tokyo
 
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Visit the kawaii "Hanamizz Twins" popup shop by Japanese artist Yurie Sekiya & join Elleanor at Shibuya Fashion Festival in Tokyo. "Elleanor's Tokyo" is a weekly video blog by Elleanor - a 19-year-old English-speaking Japanese girl who spends most of her life in Harajuku. In this episode, Elleanor visits the limited shop "Hamanizz Twins" featuring the kawaii pastel fashion and art of Japanese artist Yurie Sekiya. The shop - located at Parco Shibuya - was produced by Buyer Joe of the cutting edge Japanese boutique Wall Harajuku. After visiting the Yurie Sekiya shop, Elleanor walks around the streets of Shibuya and Harajuku during Shibuya Fashion Festival, meets up with some friends, makes her way to the Wall Harajuku shop to check out the Mikio Sakabe x Kumatan collection, and eventually wanders home after all of the shops closed for the night. Yurie Sekiya is online here: http://www.hanamizz.org/ https://twitter.com/gonhanamizz Wall Harajuku is online here: https://twitter.com/wall_harajuku http://www.hpfrance.com/Shop/Brand/wall.html Elleanor posts real time updates - and answers questions - on her personal Instagram & Twitter: http://instagram.com/elleanor1222 https://twitter.com/elleanor_defob Please leave suggestions and comments for Elleanor in the YouTube comments. About Elleanor: Elleanor works at two clothing shops in Harajuku, as well as having previously worked at a cafe inside of LaForet Harajuku. She's also been street snapped by FRUiTS (and other magazines), as well as having created handmade accessories for a Harajuku boutique. Please subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel so that you don't miss any of Elleanor's future video blogs: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Here are the two licensed songs used in this video: https://soundcloud.com/garry-oneal/fifties-housewife https://soundcloud.com/soundroll/run-and-run
Views: 58797 Tokyo Fashion
Yukiko Hanai Fall 2014 - Tokyo Fashion Week - Meniscus Magazine
 
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Related Japan fashion coverage in Meniscus Magazine: http://www.meniscuszine.com/articles/category/fashion/japan-fashion/ The official video shown at the Yukiko Hanai Fall 2014 "Fortune Catcher" presentation in Tokyo. Clothes begin at 1:00. Video courtesy of Yukiko Hanai.
Views: 414 Meniscus Magazine
Tokyo still on top of Asian fashion scene but wary of future
 
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Tokyo Fashion Week is aiming to turn the Japanese capital city into an Asian fashion hub, despite competition from other countries in the region.
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Japan Fashion Now | Parsons The New School for Design
 
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Parsons The New School for Design (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons) presents: JAPAN FASHION NOW: "KAKEHASHI Project -- The Bridge for Tomorrow" Five emerging Japanese fashion designers, including those who participated in Fashion Week Tokyo, will introduce their design and philosophy to deepen the understanding of and interest in Japanese esthetics. Having produced designers such as Yoji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo and Issey Miyake, Japan is the country known for appreciating artistry and craftsmanship. Its rich culture has mesmerized many fashion designers and has been a source of imagination. Moderated by Simon Collins, Dean, School of Fashion, Parsons The New School for Design, speakers include: - Yasutoshi Ezumi, Yasutoshi Ezumi - Akiko Iwata, saisir - Takuya Morikawa, TaaKK - Shinsuke Morishita, LAMARCK - Mayuko Ban, Ban San Simon Collins is Dean of the School of Fashion at Parsons The New School for Design. In this position since April 2008, Collins oversees the school renowned BFA degree program in Fashion Design; Associate Degrees in Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing; and a new MFA in Fashion Design and Society initiated through a gift from Parsons alumna Donna Karan. This event is organized by Parsons The New School for Design, The Japan Foundation, and is part of the "KAKEHASHI Project -- The Bridge for Tomorrow-" within the Youth Exchange Program with North America promoted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MOFA). The Japan Foundation is Japan's public institution dedicated to sharing Japanese culture and language with people throughout the world. By presenting diverse aspects of Japanese culture, we create platforms of communication and understanding between the peoples of the world and Japan. The Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall Friday, April 18, 2014 at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Views: 11088 The New School
Huge Tokyo Shopping Haul Part 1 - Fashion - H&M, F21 in Shibuya
 
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*.* Read me *.* I'm back with a new Haul Video!! On this video I'll be showing you all the Fashion items that I got... Next week I'll be sharing with you guys my beaut and random stuff Haul!! Part 2 :D I wanted to make it all in one video but it was over 20 mins long so I decided to split it in 2 parts =) Hope you likey!!! Follow me: Blog http://jamila-aj.blogspot.ch/ Instagram http://instagram.com/jamila_aj Twitter https://twitter.com/jamilaxaj Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/jamilaxaj/ Love, Aida
Views: 390 AidaJamilaMUA
「原宿ファッションウォーク#24」 Harajuku Fashion Walk 2014: Kawaii Tokyo Street Styles
 
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原宿ファッションウォーク27.04.2014 was the 24th Harajuku Fashion Walk in Tokyo - uniting people from all ages and countries to celebrate creative and colourful Japanese street fashion! Creative styles and quirky ideas clash to create the most eye-catching fashion walk on earth. とっても楽しいファッションウォークになりました! 皆さんありがとう! Thanks for watching CanudoitCat!! ☆PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL! ☆チャネル登録してね☆ https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Canudoitcosplaygirl ☆TWITTER me! I DO TWEET BACK!☆ https://www.twitter.com/DoitCosplaygirl ☆More info, pics and details are on my geek chic BLOG☆ https://cafeharajuku.blogspot.jp ☆Get NEWS and UPDATES via my NEW Facebook page☆ https://www.facebook.com/pages/canudoitcat Thank you all for a great day! Can you do it Cat, is a channel for Japanese Fashion, sub-and geek culture and lots more. Every Sunday/Monday I bring you Lolita meets, Japanese Fashion, Tutorials, Give-aways, comedy, fun, friends and more: it's about you! Keep in touch with me - let me shape this channel with you! As always: LOVE what you DO! DO what you LOVE! Thanks for watching and see you next MONDAY
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【TVPP】KARA - STEP, 카라 - 스텝 @ Tokyo K-pop Fashion Music Show KISS Live
 
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【TVPP】KARA - STEP, 카라 - 스텝 @ Tokyo K-pop Fashion Music Show KISS Live KARA # 125 : KARA had ‘STEP’ stage at Tokyo K-pop Fashion Music Show KISS 20120226 KARA : Gyuri, Seungyeon, Hara, Youngji Watch More Clips : http://goo.gl/ZvAd8a Homepage : http://kara.dspmedia.co.kr/d Twitter : https://twitter.com/KARA_DSP FaceBook : https://www.facebook.com/dspofficialkara
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Japan Trip 2014 Tokyo Cycling, KAWAII fashion Omotesandō to UraHarajuku(UraHara)
 
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The video is a back alley of the main street Harajuku Omotesando. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ura-Harajuku (裏原宿?) is a district in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Ura-Harajuku, or Ura-Hara, is the common name given to the network of smaller Harajuku backstreets spreading perpendicular to Omotesando, corresponding on official maps of Shibuya ward as Jingūmae 3 chōme and 4 chōme. Ura-Harajuku contrasts with the main vehicle thoroughfares and retail offerings of Harajuku being mostly pedestrianized and showcasing smaller independent shops and dining options. Cat Street, following the course of the main Shibuya River tributary, is the principal route through this district spreading from Sendagaya in the north towards Shibuya in the south. Harajuku Harajuku (原宿 "meadow lodging") About this sound listen (help·info) is the common name for the area around Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo, Japan. Every Sunday, young people dressed in a variety of styles including gothic lolita, visual kei, and decora, as well as cosplayers spend the day in Harajuku socializing. The fashion styles of these youths rarely conform to one particular style and are usually a mesh of many. Most young people gather on Jingu Bridge, which is a pedestrian bridge that connects Harajuku to the neighboring Meiji Shrine area. Harajuku is also a fashion capital of the world, renowned for its unique street fashion.Harajuku street style is promoted in Japanese and international publications such as Kera, Tune, Gothic & Lolita Bible and Fruits. Many prominent designers and fashion ideas have sprung from Harajuku and incorporated themselves into other fashions throughout the world. Harajuku is also a large shopping district that includes international brands, its own brands, and shops selling clothes young people can afford. Cute fashion Lolita Lolita fashion is a very well-known and recognizable style in Japan. Based on Victorian fashion and the Rococo period, girls mix in their own elements along with gothic style to achieve the porcelain-doll look. The girls who dress in Lolita fashion are not going for the "sexy" look, but instead try to look cute, innocent, and beautiful. This look is achieved with lace, ribbons, bows, ruffles, bloomers, aprons, and ruffled petticoats. Parasols, chunky Mary Jane heels, and Bo Peep collars are also very popular. Sweet Lolita An example of Sweet Lolita fashion in Japan Sweet Lolita is a subset of Lolita fashion that includes even more ribbons, bows, and lace, and is often fabricated out of pastels and other light colors. Another subset of Lolita fashion related to "sweet Lolita" is Fairy Kei. Head-dresses such as giant bows or bonnets are also very common, while lighter make-up is also used to achieve a more natural look. Curled hair extensions, sometimes accompanied by eyelash extensions, are also popular in helping with the baby doll look. Themes such as fruits and sweets are often used as patterns on the fabrics used for dresses. Purses often go with the themes and are shaped as hearts, strawberries, or stuffed animals. Baby, the Stars Shine Bright is one of the more popular clothing stores for this style and often carries themes. Mannerisms are also important to many Sweet Lolitas. Sweet Lolita is not only a fashion, but also a lifestyle. This is evident in the movie Kamikaze Girls (2004) where the main Lolita character, Momoko, only drinks tea and eats sweets. Kawaii men Although kawaii is typically a female-dominated fashion, there are men who decide to partake in this trend. Some men decide to transform themselves into women, more specifically kawaii women. They are able to transform themselves by wearing wigs, false eyelashes, applying makeup, and wearing kawaii female clothing. This is seen predominately in male entertainers, such as Torideta-san, a DJ who transforms himself into a kawaii woman when working at his nightclub."Japanese pop stars and actors often have longer hair, such as Takuya Kimura of SMAP. Men are also noted as often aspiring to a neotenic look. While it doesn't quite fit the exact specifications of what cuteness means for females, men are certainly influenced by the same societal mores - to be attractive in a specific sort of way that the society finds acceptable." In this way both Japanese men and women conform to the expectations of Kawaii in some way or another. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
TOKYO FASHION EDGE(TEST)
 
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TOKYO FASHION EDGE(TEST)
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Japanese kawaii fashion brand KOKOkim : SHIBUYA 109 shop launch! | KOKOkim渋谷109店舗オープンイベント
 
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KOKOkim international online shop : http://global.rakuten.com/en/search/?k=KOKOkim&sid=double -- KAWAII♥PATEEN Brands #07 Kawaii ambassador Kimura U launches her own brand called KOKOkim! And here is the report of the launching event of the SHIBUYA 109 shop! Tons of exclusive photos will be released on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Tokyo.Street.Fashion.KAWAII.PATEEN ☆ KAWAII & FASHION ☆ EVERYTHING KAWAII ! Japan Street Fashion, Shops and Events from Tokyo, Harajuku, Shibuya, Akihabara... KAWAII♥PATEEN on Facebook with tons of exclusive photos! https://www.facebook.com/Tokyo.Street.Fashion.KAWAII.PATEEN
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Baina Kandi @ Tokyo Fashion Fuse 7, 2013
 
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Follow the action with Baina Kandi as she pops in to check out this popular event in Tokyo Japan.
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