Japanese people often say that Japanese girls look all the same and referred to them as Ryosangata Joshidaisei “mass production female university students” (details).
“You think all they’re all the same person or is it just me?”
pic.twitter.com/BKSDJJcySv — ଘ遊月さん（ゆらっぱい）⚤✩‧₊* (@YuRa_galaxxxy) October 19, 2014
Also refer my previous alllooksame reports:
A so-called “respectful*” video about Japanese Decora (Wiki) —a Harajuku subculture who wear trashcans of colorful bits junk all over their bodies as their street fashion-cum-lifestyle.
In the sage words of Admiral Ackabar, “IT’S A TRAP!”
Sending out Japanese Pop Culture to the world! With live performances from Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Denpagumi.inc, a fashion show and lots of booths (free hair set!!!), there’s so much to do on Sunday, September 28th, when we see you at the MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON FESTIVAL 2014.
There is even a Special Live Viewing Area Reserved Just for Foreigners!
Checkout the DJ stage and enjoy Japanese festival style “yakisoba” and “takoyaki” from the food area. Enjoy festival style games such as ring tossing and target practice and take photos with your friends in front of the photo panel snap area. There’s so much to do inside and outside the venue. Continues…
Today is Japanese ‘Panties Day’—Pantsu no Hi (パンツの日) when we can all celebrate the wonders of underwear, wOoT!
Our plentitude of previous puerile panties posts include:
Japan’s premier astrophysical research center, TokyoFashion.com, recently captured these images of shironuri* artist Minori —a spherical cloud of predominantly icy planetesimals† largely composed of ices, such as water, ammonia, and methane— whose nearly isotropic obit frequents the Harajuku fashion district of Tokyo.
*For more about Japan’s shironuri fashion micro-subculture, refer to its brief Wikipedia entry and my previous report:
Via ankoROCK…Rakuten Online Market- — ankoROCK Super big, sushi pattern, T-shirt
This flashy big T-shirt has a unique sushi pattern—short sleeved, food rock fashion, Hara accommodation system fashion personality clothing brand
Ties and men’s socks: It’s just a typical Japanese Father’s Day, right?
How about traditional fundoshi loincloths (3Yen / 2014-03-14) made of colorful neckwear and color-coordinated patterned socks? Why not? ?
…a Father’s Day promotion…
More via RocketNews24 | 2014/06/13:
There’s something not quite right about these mannequins…
Previous 3Yen reports on Japanese Father’s Day include:
The rainy season continues in Tokyo: 100% humidity
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Here’s just your average Japanese obsan/housewife with a cosplay “hobby”…
ミドOMI（腐） pic.twitter.com/QNY4csNeKi –OMI と 化郎 (@OMI_KERO)’s twitter June 2, 2014
Lovedolls with balljoints dressed like girls—Japanese girls dress in balljoint tights to be “Dolly*.”
*Dolly Kei (Wiki) is a style/subculture based on Japan’s distorted view of the Middle Ages and European fairy tales, especially the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen. It includes a lot of vintage-style clothing and sometimes has religious symbols. Grimoire is a store in Japan that has been described as ‘the pioneering store behind the Dolly-kei fashion scene’.