Shibuya

What’s the opposite of casual?

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The heat cannot stop fashion. Not in Shibuya.

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Shibuya’s new mascot loves to water flowers and put on make-up

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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.”

 

Very excited boys wrestle with light saber in early morning Shibuya

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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.