According to Miki, the photographer, it was such a dynamic and heavy sound!Taken at the Zaodo Hall. Copyright(C) Miki →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK) This is JAPAN Style!
Do you know what “Moe-sha” means? MOE is a Japanese slang which is used to refer to strong interest in idealized characters or people especially girls, and “sha” means “car”….
The stickers of girls’ illustrations are put on the bike. Do you think it’s cool? 😉 This is JAPAN Style!
Today, I would like to introduce a very kawaii T-shirt (for kids) to you. A big manga-like illustration is so adorable, and its texture of 100% cotton feels great…
At an exhibition of many of “Moe-sha”(painted cars), there were also many girls with school uniforms like this. This is JAPAN Style!
Japanese “Itasha” is literally “pain-mobile” which refers a car decorated with characters (mostly female) from anime, manga, or video games. Usually painted, remodeled or put stickers on it. It’s also…
There were beautiful sexy figures in Wonder Festival 2010 Japan. This is JAPAN Style!
On Sunday March 21 (2010), I went to MOE HAKU held in Makuhari-Messe, Chiba Prefecture. Japanese “Itasha” is literally “pain-mobile” which refers a car decorated with characters (mostly female) from…
A girl, Luna-chan was running toward her mum (*´∀‘*) Taken at Miyama-cho, Kyoto. Copyright(C) Miki →Miki’s twitter← (English is OK) This is JAPAN Style!
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