Takarazuka, the Japanese all-female musical revue, is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and the post office commemorates with postal stamps! Lots of gorgeous feathers, rhinestones, and men’s black tie. It looks so romantic. Who wants to go with me to the show in Hibiya?
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This psychedelia is both retro and futuristic. Love it! In Nichome.
Why is this gorgeous woman lurking in the back seat of an old fashioned limousine? Of course, she’s promoting weddings at Meiji Jingu, perhaps the poshest place to get married in all of Japan. I love how this bride’s wedding fantasy includes no groom and no family. The perfect wedding is all about HER.
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This brings me back to San Francisco before the tech-fueled dreams of money displaced the glamour and grit of a city at the edge of the nation. Bambi’s song is genius, and Justin only gets better as a singer and performer.
In N Out Mission. I am just sorry that they don’t name check Monica Lewinsky, as in the original Beyonce video ballad.