The Japanese schoolgirl star even comes with a personalised CD so you can listen to her calling you by name.
If the school uniforms’ original owners don’t want them anymore, there are some guys who do.
Now you can relax around the home in a traditional outfit worn by schoolgirls during the romantic Taisho period.
Do you know the names of all these Japanese photo poses that have appeared over the years?
These racy costumes come from a fetish design brand that knows how to accentuate the details.
This limited-time cafe is only open through Valentine’s Day!
Cosplaying in factory work clothes and schoolgirl uniforms is all for a good cause.
We’ve seen some crazy things from Japan, but this is the first time we’ve ever seen a blanket dressed up as a school uniform.
Sells out almost immediately, prompts second production run.
With two colours to choose from, this is the most unique sailor uniform we’ve ever seen!
It’s got tons of uniforms and girls and it also acts as a flip book!
Both classic and modern styles offered to keep you feeling cozy and looking ready for class.
The annual hit to the family’s finances has certain households dreading the start of each new school year.
New generation shows new tastes in subtly personalizing school uniforms, according to survey.
Whether you’re a man or a woman, now you can swim like a sailor thrown overboard and look cute while you do it.
As some Pokémon are graduating, others are just about to start life at their new schools.
It’s not uncommon for graduates in some countries to throw their caps up in the air in celebration, but in Japan some graduates are throwing their old uniforms up for auction instead.
According to the artist, Tokyo and Niigata compete for the shortest skirt of all.
School uniforms inspired by Japanese manga have come to life as dresses designed for everyday wear by women of all ages.
Watch out sailor sisters! There’s a new line of sailor-themed clothing on sale and this time it’s the boys’ turn to come out and play. There won’t be any trousers or navy hats here though, because the only thing masculine about these clothes are the bodies that will be going into them.
It’s the Boku Sera (“I’m a Sailor”) range, which uses the Japanese male pronoun boku to highlight exactly what sets the clothes apart from all others we’ve seen before: these are girls’ sailor-style school uniforms, only now they’re built for male bodies.