Vibram Furoshiki

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Vibram Furoshiki
Store bought shoes rarely fit perfectly, and bespoke options are too expensive for many. Italian shoe maker Vibram, more commonly known for its military footwear, has come up with a solution to this problem with its Furoshiki Shoes. Furoshiki (風呂敷) are a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth used for transporting goods and were first used in the Edo period to carry...

Limited Edition Year Of Rooster Jeans

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EVISU year of rooster jeans
Evisu Jeans “Year of the Rooster” jeans. This collectable Evisu Jeans is made in limited quantities and represents the craftsmanship of Evisu. The jeans has embroidery details on it’s signature 2008 regular fit selvedge jeans. The coin pocket is made with red Godhead quality guaranteed print. The Kanji character of Rooster and Katakana characters of Evisu Jeans are featured...

Snap Photo with Wearing K-POP Idol Style School Uniform

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Korean School Uniform
You have seen a lot of the Korean dramas. Do you like the K-POP style school uniforms in your the dramas?  What if you can actually put on those K-POP style school uniforms in Korean to take a snap photo?  Yes, you can do that now.  After Hanbok (Korean traditional clothes), renting a Korean school uniform and touring around Seoul is the new trend! Price started from 10,000 won per...

UNIQLO to Open Its First Store in the Florida at the Disney Springs on July 15

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UNIQLO announced that it will open its newest location in the U.S. on July 15 in Disney Springs, at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The new UNIQLO store, the first in the Southeast region of the United States, will occupy 25,000 square feet (2,300 square meters) across two sales floors and showcase the brand’s full...

Trendy Fashion: Evangelion Collaborates with GU

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Evangelion’ x GU collection
Neon Genesis Evangelion (EVA) is a Japanese popular anime series from the late 90’s that spawned a franchise including the development of several films, manga, and even video games. Uniqlo sister brand GU has come together with the popular animation franchise to release apparel based on motifs introduced in the movies Evangelion: 1.0, Evangelion: 2.0 and Evangelion 3.0. The first...

FusionFest 2019 is coming up on November 30 & December 1!

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FusionFest is coming back to downtown Orlando on Thanksgiving weekend. Come share a smile and your heritage and “you may discover just how different other people really aren’t!” Discover the world through interactive experiences and contests for food, fashion, spoken word, music, dance, short films and more. https://www.facebook.com/FusionFestOrlando/videos/713683815811028/

Lolita Pregnant women fashion

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Japan’s Lolita maternity wear
Lolita style is a Japanese fashion subculture inspired by Victorian children’s clothing, Rococo aesthetics, and sometimes a heavy dose of goth. A new Lolita Maternity Dress designed from Japanese fashion brand Mocolle. Mocolle, the company behind Japan’s shrine maiden swimsuit and bunny lingerie.  A woman can wear it during and after pregnancy. It buttons up the front to allow easy access for breastfeeding. And the dress...

Christmas shopping guide: Baby Milo Pop-Up in Hong Kong

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The OG streetwear brand, founded by Japanese Fashion Designer NIGO in 1993, has begun opening Baby Milo-centric stores across Japan (Harajuku and Shibuya), Hong Kong and China in December holiday season. The BAPE offshoot will focus on Milo and his crew of friends which include Koala Core, Panda PD, Hippo, Hokkaido, Baby Doppy, Giraffe Alii and Elephant Eleph. The...

Spirit of Victory: Japan 2018 World Cup Adidas Home shirt

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Japan 2018 World Cup Adidas Home shirt
With 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia coming up this year, the new home kit was prepared to get Japan’s players ready for the contests of the World’s highest level. The base colour is “KACHI-IRO”, meaning the colour of victory in Japanese, dark indigo colour, which is one of Japan’s traditionally-favoured colours. “KACHI-IRO” used to be widely preferred by samurai warriors...

ランドセル: Randoseru: Japan’s unique backpack

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Randoseru: Japan’s unique backpack
Randoseru is a leather backpack for elementary school children. When children start elementary school, family members will buy randoseru as a gift. Each randoseru costs over several hundred dollars. It serves functional purpose of carrying textbooks and all learning gears to school, but getting a brand new randoseru is a rite of coming age and a proof of commitment...
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