Reebok and Doraemon combine in these baby-blue shoes.
Hit manga JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure meets casual fashion in the form of stylish sneakers.
I’m not sure how legal they are, but they’re pretty neat.
The Pikashoe is one of more than a hundred creatures currently being captured in the colourful sneaker Pokédex.
Step out in a pair of Godzilla kicks featuring a number of awesome beastly details.
Tired of hearing about Pokémon Go? Let’s talk about Digimon…in style.
Contribute to the cause and keep a centuries-old tradition alive on the streets by wearing 450 years of history on your feet.
We can’t wait to lace up a pair of these cool, retro-looking kicks.
The iconic split-toed tabi boot steps out of the ninja scene and into the world of sneakers in this roundup of awesome footwear designed for the street.
Enjoy the hanami cherry blossom viewing experience just by looking at your feet this spring.
Step into spring with a little help from some iconic Japanese imagery.
These cherry blossom kicks will tell the whole world your feet are ready for spring.
Feudal Japan from the ankles up, 21st century below.
Recently, we brought you the news that you can now view an online animated sketchbook version of works by famous Japanese Ukiyo-e artist Hokusai. But what if you’re not content just looking at beautiful art online? What if you could see it every time you look down at your feet? Well, with these awesome printed sneakers from TeeFury.com, you can get some culture into your wardrobe while still looking cool!
Oh, and as an added bonus, they’ve stuck Godzilla’s ugly monster mush into the design, too!
Shoemaker Nike owes its success as much to the marketing that backs its footwear as the science behind it. But as one of the biggest athletic apparel companies on the planet, the Nike swoosh is hardly a rare sight these days, so if the Oregon-based company really wants to catch people’s eyes, it has to get a little more flamboyant with its designs.
That’s as true in emerging markets as it is in established ones, which is why Nike’s new pair of kicks made especially for China might be the wildest the company has ever made, and come packed with all sorts of imagery meant to make sure fortune smiles on theirs wearers while everyone is looking at their feet.
Mexican clothing company Heredia Clothing has been promoting their line-up of Dragon Ball Z sneakers for a few months now, but fans heading to Expo TNT on January 31-February 1 in Guadalajara can also get their kicks autographed by the original Mexican voice actors for Goku and Vegeta, Mario Castañeda and Rene Garcia.