Harajuku

Tokyo Journal Street Editor Kjeld Duits hits the streets with his lens to see what's hot in Harajuku

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MOMOKO UENO
Harajuku, Tokyo
Rock
SUMMER 2013, GIRLS
SHOP ASSISTANT, 22
T-Shirt – Nadia (shop)
Skirt – kawi jamele
Shoes – Nadia
Geta - HURIFU - JPY 20,000
momomomomomomoc @ twitter
  HISAHIKO AKAZA
Harajuku, Tokyo
Steampunk
SUMMER 2013, GUYS
SALES PERSON, 25
Hat – Candy Noir
Coat – Atelier Boz
Blouse – Atelier Boz
Shoes – Black Peace Now
the_goth_man @ twitter
     
 
JUNYA (JUNNYAN)
Harajuku, Tokyo
AUTUMN 2013, GUYS
ORGANIZER HARAJUKU FASHION
WALK
Hoodie – Candy Stripper
Long Sleeved T-shirt – agnes b.
Shorts – MALKO MALKA
Leggings – 6%DOKIDOKI
Boots – SUPER LOVERS
JUNNYAN69 @ twitter
  NILE
Setagaya, Tokyo
Kizoku-Kei
SUMMER 2013, GIRLS
BETWEEN JOBS, 33
Dress – (self)
Skirt – (self)
NilePrince23 @ twitter
     
 
NARUMI
Harajuku, Tokyo
Decora
AUTUMN 2013, GIRLS
STUDENT, 16
T-Shirt – 6%DOKIDOKI
Skirt – BODYLINE
Socks – N/A
Shoes – N/A
xcure_nrmnx @ twitter
  ENE
Shibuya, Tokyo
SUMMER 2013, GIRLS
STUDENT, 18
Yukata – (self)
Obi – (self)
Shorts – milklim
Shoes – PrincessRibbon
papurikotton @ twitter
     
   
KUREBAYASHI
Harajuku, Tokyo
AUTUMN 2013, GIRLS
DESIGNER
Shirt – dollhouse
Jacket – ZHANG LAN
Pants – 90884
Boots – Yosuke
90884 @ twitter
   
     

 

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Kjeld Duits

Residing in Japan for over 30 years, Dutch photojournalist Kjeld Duits is Tokyo Journal's Street Editor. In addition to managing one of the first fashion blogs on the net, and the first to cover Japanese street fashion in English, he owns a vast collection of vintage photographs, illustrations and maps of Japan between the 1860s and 1930s (Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa periods) and covers news stories and natural disasters for media organizations worldwide.



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