We’ve all seen the Harajuku girls hanging out and dancing with Gwen Stefani, always looking fierce and fashionable. Harajuku refers to the area near Harajuku station in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo. It is there that young people typically gather on Sunday to socialize, all dressed differently and uniquely.

I loved looking at all these creative and innovative street styles of the youth even though I know that I definitely could never pull off any of these funky, wild, and colorful fashion styles. But I truly admire the creativity and originality of those that can.


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  1. When I was in Tokyo, I hung out on the bridge at Harajuku almost everyday in my wanna-be Japanese inspired street fashion hoping someone would photograph me for a magazine. The only people that took my picture were fellow tourists who couldn’t tell I was American. Hehe.

  2. love japanese street fashion! those freshfruits were in my highschool library and i looked at them for hours!

  3. I love Harajuku style!

  4. I love Harajuku. I love all things kawaii. :D