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Teeny Tiny Cellphones

Love those really cool Japanese keitai (mobile phones)? Would love to have one, but don’t live in Japan? Now you can. A Japanese company sells miniature versions of some of Japan’s hottest keitai.

hua: this is soooo cooolll!!!!!!!!!

Mini Keitai

Japan Fashion Week 5

The Spring Summer collection of the Japan Fashion Week will be held in Tokyo from August 29 through September 5. JapaneseStreets will be there again to tell you about Japan’s latest fashion trends.

All Bought Up by Tokyo

Japanese artist Ayako Ookubo uses manga, surreal characters and symbols in her creations. Recently Ookubo was interviewed by Tokyo Art Beat about the t-shirt she designed for the site.

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Dakuro: Hey I can’t watch the videos, can you send me a link for the friend request to watch them please, thanks

New Trends for Japanese Men

The past few years, young Japanese men are paying more and more attention to their hairstyles, skin care and scents. What only a few years ago would still have been seen as effected or feminine is now rapidly becoming standard.

The Top Knot is Back! By Pippa Griffiths

This season’s must have hair do is the bun. But, Paris, Milan, New York and London – you can keep your sleek interpretations, because Tokyo women know how to take a trend and make it that bit more edgy …or weirder depending on your fashion taste! Tokyoites, as always, have made it there own and come up with some stunning and adventurous ways to wear long hair….

Yuki Torii

Yuki ‘s engrained passion of Paris and all things Parisian was thick in the air as the models descended the catwalk in romantic, classically French cuts, which had the same sensibility as 80s Lacoix or Dior with boxy cropped jackets mixed with balloon skirts and wide collared swing coats, fur fringing and stoles and wide-leg pants.

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