Tokyo is known for its fashion — mostly for how bad it is (40 Photos)

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  • Tyrone Wallingham

    #2 – Definitely Effie Trinket from the hunger games

    #6 – "ukiss"? I never kiss!

    • Tyrone Wallingham

      oops, #5

  • SadeShadz

    #5 Nicki Minaj's biggest followers.

    Still would love to go Japan ^_^

  • babygirl

    hey Chive, I lived in Japan or 9 years, it's called art & individuality, most of what you posted is from Harajuku , a teenage fashion district know for it's influential fashions. Some of which are now scene in the US. So, instead of making a post belittling them, how about you make one in favor of the fact that , unlike a good majority of the US, Japan knows how to be unique and diverse. WORST POST you guys have ever done….

  • babygirl

    so I had some things I spelled wrong : hey Chive, I lived in Japan for 9 years, it's called art & individuality, most of what you posted is from Harajuku , a teenage fashion district know for it's influential fashions. Some of which are now seen in the US. So, instead of making a post belittling them, how about you make one in favor of the fact that , unlike a good majority of the US, Japan knows how to be unique and diverse. WORST POST you guys have ever done….

  • Hard Time

    #38 – I would probably have sex with, and immediatley feel regret.

    I also find this gallery difficult, but not impossible to fap to.

  • Le Don

    #24, #34, and #36
    HOLY SHIT! Asians taller than 5'2"

  • http://www.frombearcreek.com/wordpress Animal

    No weirder than what you'll see on any given day in Times Square.

  • dominantone

    I blame those damn anime cartoons.

  • chris

    at first i was like no, these people are just the extremes of tokyo society, but then i started looking in the background, and they all dress weird!

  • http://facebook.com/travisbartella misanthropetb

    Jesus Christ! What the hell is wrong with Japan?!?

  • babygirl

    okay seriously mike, how ignorant are you?…….. shut up.

  • Greg

    all i heard was HERRRRROOOOOO

  • cvmerritt

    All on one street corner

  • dog

    19 is the best

  • Dave

    Half of these were taken on one street corner lol

  • Kevin

    But hipsters will still say that they have been doing it before it was cool in Japan

  • http://twitter.com/Exile714 @Exile714

    Surgical masks breed bacteria. Just FYI.

  • Leeroy Jeeenkins

    in other news, Germans LOVE David Hasselhoff.

  • ben

    a ton of those are obviously just cos-players

  • Julia

    They dress like the people in the Hunger Games who live in the capital, the only thing missing is the dyed skin.

    • Anomanom

      There aren't any gyaru in this post, but they do that.

  • http://www.newschoolaudio.com tacos117

    they're just hipsters

  • loyal chivette

    #40 is acceptable

  • Fish

    They try so hard to be cool, yet fail miserably on all levels.

  • Veronica

    Bob, im stationed here in Japan. For me, i take it offensively that you would say horrible fashion. in other words, Americans have no fashion sense. everything is plain and dull. Being in Japan for the short amount i've been here has opened up my eyes. Japanese do no have horrible fashion, they are more creative; more personal in the way they decide to dress themselves. You've picked out quite a few odd looking people, but that shouldn't say thats how all Japanese people dress. The news says americans are obese, now every other country besides america is going to say we are obese people. which is not true. Thank you for your time. KCCO!

    • BabyGirl

      I would fully agree. I lived on Misawa AB for 9 years. It's like a whole other world, it's incredible. Now going to fashion school in America, it's so different. there's no since of individuality as much here fashion wise. it's all very carbon copy. personally, alot of what I intend to do is bring the asian influence into my career. pure brilliance.

  • kawaii

    i love how you all make fun of what you don't know…….

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