Japan fashion is super kawaii, but sometimes it can look a little bit weird. Today we want to present you kawaii Decora Girls, a coming trend for super cute and kawaii Japan fashion that is going to thrill you. But, what are Decora girls exactly? Do you know Kyary Pamyu Pamyu? Yes! The super kawaii and super famous singer! Her style has its origin in Harajuku’s free one. From here you have to go one step further and you’ll find a Kawaii DIY style. From here comes Decora Fashion!
Let’s discover it together!
The word “decora” is the short version for “decorative” and it is used to refer to the niche of Harajuku fashion that is especially colorful and cheap along Takeshita Street. Young people with few money will flock to this style: it’s cute, cheap and allows freedom to run amok. Pastel colors are the most popular ones, but you can also find the rainbow both on clothing, plastic jewelry and hair. You can go as far as to decorate your face with these fancy colors and plastic decorations.
6%DOKIDOKI is one of the popular brands that Decora Girls use for their fashion. The owner is no other than the pioneer of kawaii culture and the designer in charge of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s art, Masuda Sebastian!
Haruka Kurebayashi is a Decora idol who is an example of this subculture. Not only she has many followers, but she also creates the most amazing tutorials for people to follow her style.
Decora Girls is, without any doubt, a new subculture that is gaining more and more strength every day. Try this Decora Fashion on! It’s fun and you can create your own pastel and plastic style! We leave you with some of Haruka’s tutorials
Source/ Image Source: Tokyo Girls Update
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brings the Best of Anime to life!
like Soul Eater and Sao as well as newer series
like Attack on Titan and Black Butler!
Fairy Tail’s Happy, and Eren, the Titan hunter!
and each figure has a 1 in 12 rarity!
series of Horror Mystery Minis are here!
Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Frankenstein!
Hellraiser, or other contemporary horror classics!
of Shaun of the Dead round out the series with a
sense of awareness and humor!
bloody apron, mask, and comes with his trusty chainsaw!
Devils Head Productions will be releasing a small run of Cadaver Twins (a Splurrt toy) on Saturday September 5th 2015. Each one is a unique one-off piece, but they all fall into what they're calling the BIPOLAR family. They all come bagged with a header card and will run $175.00 each.
MINMI continues on her electro-pop journey with her latest single "Hologram." It starts off on a bad note because her voice is auto-tuned to death and sounds like fingernails on a chalk board to those of us who are sick of that miserable thing. That said, as the song goes on, the beats are so infectious and the production so colorful that you wind up forgetting that her voice is auto-tuned and start to like it. Who knows if I'll like it more or less with repeat listenings, or if I'll even listen to it again after I finish this review, but I think it's catchy enough right now.
Argonaut Resins has released another teaser for that upcoming project that will debut at New York Comic Con 2015. Eric Nocella Diaz will be there sharing booth #402 in The Block section with The Jelly Empire. And he will be debuting a new resin figurine (teased above) named Piragua (pronounced Pee-rah-gwah). Eric state that this new project "has me going way back to my childhood growing up in Spanish Harlem".
Did you like to play with food when you were a kid? I bet you did! Now you can do it again with these mind-blowing DIY Happy Kitchen mini Japanese food kits! You get to prepare mini Japanese and western food that you can eat afterwards. It’s fun and the kits are really cute as well! And the best part: you can order all of them through Rinkya.
Let’s discover some of the best kits!
We started with this great Hamburger kit. It’s amazing how you can get a real burger menu!
The Happy Kitchen Pizza is also amazing! You get to play with food and end up with a mini cute pizza that tastes like a real pizza!
You need to be patient and follow all the instructions, which are quite simple: mix the potions with some water and magic will appear! Just as these videos show up.
There are many recipes available! From pizza to desserts, and even sushi! You can create amazing mini Japanese food and then enjoy eating them.
We can get them for you! Get creative with Kracie Happy Kitchen!
Each box costs around 1,350 yen. Take a bundle of them and start creating your own Japanese mini food! Contact us here to buy them.
- Happy Kitchen Hamburger
- Happy Kitchen Mix Pizza
- Happy Kitchen Donut
- Happy Kitchen Decoration Cake
- Fun Sushi Grape Taste
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