The heat cannot stop fashion. Not in Shibuya.
From the Japan Times:
the fairy lives in Yoyogi Park and its hobby is to water flowers and put on makeup.
I love how in Japan, or at least Shibuya, putting on makeup qualifies as a hobby! The name Airissun combines the meanings of “love” and “iris” while also drawing on the sound of the English word “listen.”
Have a fantastic new year!
(Thanks Vivian for taking the photo).
We discovered these boys rolling around the street in Shibuya with a light saber suggestively posed, crotch adjacent. I love the “call me baby” hand signal, suggesting he’s busy but open to new friends too. I cannot recommend highly enough an early morning visit to Shibuya on the weekend.
This must be one of the least sexy love hotel entrances. “Have a comfortable time” in fancy script, along with a dwarf, flower, astro-turf, and mini “outdoor-style” light fixture. Not the fantasy I was hoping for. In Shibuya.
Vivian of Lost in Translation blog generously contributed this photo of a blonde yankii sprawled on the ground. Apparently, he was shouting “majiide” to protest the photo. I think he wants a lot of attention. Summer, we’re going to miss you!
Can there ever truly be too much male vanity?
Is he even old enough to do *that* to his hair? I am not fully convinced this two-toned masterpiece is really attached to his head. Yes, with the monochrome animal shrug, his look is pure delinquent. Oh Shibuya in daylight.