This shop stocks the best tshirts ever - many of them designed by artists, all of them graphically striking and the prices are great - they tend to start at £18. They last forever and don't fade.
171-8557, Tokyo-Prefecture Ikebukuro PARCO 6F, 1-28-2
Japanese street fashion is famous around the world, especially for the Gothic Lolita style. If you're visiting Tokyo, a day out in Harajuku to people watch in some cafes is a great way to see the many different kinds of Gothic Lolita fashions worn by the Japanese.
Make-up is also important and it still amazes me how detailed some of the designs are that people paint on themselves. One great resource is La Carmina, herself a Japanese fashion lover with an interest in Gothic Lolita and many more. She also has some great guides on where to go in the city for the less well known stuff such as theme restaurants and punk style clubs.
It happens every Sunday in Harajuku. Tokyo teens dress up in 'Harajuku Fashion'.
It is very amusing to see rebellious Tokyo teens dressed as Gothic Lolita, "fruits" or Anima characters.
They are just hanging out with friends, hoping their picture will be taken by one of the many magazine photographers in the crowd.
This takes place on Jingu Bridge (a pedestrian bridge that connects Harajuku to Meiji shrine).
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