Let us introduce Japan's unique kawaii culture. Here are 5 items representing kawaii culture, including fashion products and miscellaneous goods.
Kabuki face mask
A face mask with "kumadori" designs, from traditional Japanese theater, Kabuki. Kumadori is the pattern drawn on the face of a kabuki actor. By exaggerating the face muscles in kumadori, it emphasises the feelings expresses the feelings of the character. The face mask set includes a red kumadori representing justice, and a blue one representing evil. It also includes a guide book of kumadoris. It is popular among men, and a perfect gift for your friend!
Issindo Honpo一心堂本舗 歌舞伎座木挽町店
- Address Kabukizakobikityouhiroba, 4-12-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan
"Q-pot." is a shop selling accessories of genuine-looking desserts, such as cakes and macarons. The Swarovski decorated by desserts looks cuter than the real dessert itself. "Q-pot CAFE.", located diagonally across the street is a cafe selling dishes with Q-pot. items as their motif. Do put on the accessories and drop by the cafe.
Lolita fashion was made with the image of Western clothes of 17-18 centuries. The clothes of "Innocent World" are designed with both the calm, elegant atmosphere and the cuteness. They are popular among people in a wide range of age groups. The most popular clothes have antique colors such as unbleached colors, bordeaux and green. If you wear such clothes and go to a European-style building in Tokyo, you may feel as if you time slipped into the past.
Innocent WorldInnocent World原宿店
- Address 7F, COXY188, 1-8-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan
Gothic Lolita Fashion
In Gothic Lolita fashion, the clothes keep the frills and laces of Lolita fashion, but chic designs are popular. Clothes from "ATELIER-PIERROT" use a corset, which makes the body line look beautiful. The point of dressing in Gothic Lolita clothes is to put on well-designed items from head to toe. Let's wear them to glamorous places such as parties, etc.
- Address Rafuo-reharazyukuB1.5F, 1-11-6, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan
Shiretoko Doughnut (Kopanda)
A cute doughnut with Kopanda's face peeking out from the hole. The Shiretoko Factory in Hokkaido (Main store) and other shops sell doughnuts with bears peeking out. Kopanda doughnuts are only sold at only the Ecute Ueno branch. They are so cute I can't bear to eat them, but there are 5 types of flavors, so let's eat and compare them.
Siretoco Factoryシレトコ ファクトリー エキュート上野店
- Address JRhigasinipponuenoekikounai, 7-1-1, Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005, Japan
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