One shinto shrine is making news around Japan for dressing their miko in a garment many had never seen before.
These perfect poster boys pose for a self-chosen GAP collection that costs less than 10 bucks per item!
She didn’t get a Pokémon shirt or a Machamp belt. Instead she got something far, far stranger.
No one breaks in a pair of jeans better than a man who breaks through the ocean.
Others find the look reminiscent of Castle in the Sky‘s long-armed robots.
Ninjas are known for their stealth, but there’s nothing stealthy about these eye-catching stockings!
Loaded and love Pokémon? There is a $1,300 skirt that has your name on it.
Why pop your collar when you can put a cat on it instead?
The menswear line is inspired by kimono designs and features (tasteful) recreations of famous erotic woodblock prints.
We finally get a chance to test this portable laundromat and see just how clean it can make your clothes.
Summer is upon us and we’ve found an interesting survey that may give you the edge for your next summer date.
Keep your kitty close, cool, and comfy with this cat-pouch hoodie that makes room for ice packs!
Village Vanguard is at it again, with more unique fashion items you never knew you needed!
The unique yukata shop we visited last year is at it again. This time their line-up is less scary and much more adorable!
It’s like you’re playing peekaboo with your lady parts. Needless to say, Japanese people can’t seem to get enough of these undies.
Our reporter’s fashion quest continues as he ventures into the ultra-hip jungle of Tokyo’s Harajuku with a mere 10,000 yen (US$85), this time enlisting the help of two high school girls who know the terrain like the back of their hands.
In his ongoing search for the perfect affordable-but-stylish ensemble, our fashion reporter Seiji Nakazawa sets his sights on a major convenience store chain.
Raining outside? No dryer in the house? This new clothes hanger from Japan will dry clothes, shoes and boots at the touch of a button.
School uniforms inspired by Japanese manga have come to life as dresses designed for everyday wear by women of all ages.
ZOZOTOWN, the Japanese fashion retailer with a name that kind of sounds and looks like they’re shouting at you, is a pretty big deal in Japan.
The company, which operates an online marketplace, primarily markets to women – so much so that you’d be hard pressed to find a Japanese teen or 20-something girl that doesn’t have at least a few items of clothing purchased there – which makes their choice of a certain bearded model for a new clothing line all the more unexpected.