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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Wordless Wednesday – Punk Fashion @ Takeshita Dori









Location: Takeshita Dori, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan
Date taken: August 10th, 2008
Camera equipment: Nikon D300 + Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D


Anonymous said...

So many colorful characters. I love all photos. It's almost like some kind of street art :-)

J@n!ce said...

Japanese kids sure know how to dress themselves. :):)

Sreisaat said...

I agree, it's almost like a street art with those colors. There are kids in punk, goth and even lolita attires and they're mostly found in Shibuya, if I am not mistaken.

Sreisaat Adventures

Anonymous said...

Oh, SuperGirl's my fave... I always love your street scenes - but I like the food better on your prior post *smirk.* Have a great WW!

Lori said...

And Im sure they think thats That makes me giggle. Happy WW.

Anonymous said...

CK, you are such a great 'people photographer'.

eastcoastlife said...

Wonder how people will look at me if I'm dressed like them!? haha.....

Anonymous said...

I love these shots, but can't look at the lips of the girl in the first one without squirming!

Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

Their fashion sense require pretty much of digestion :P

sweetytots said...

these is another definition of scary! As always my Wordless Wednesday is in Sequence be sure to visit all to see the relation between the 3 entries my

sweet, here is the pretty and here is the naughty

Gattina said...

Apparently fashion is the same all over the world,lol !

Tink *~*~* said...

That second-to-last photo, love the "Boy George" retro look! :D

Tink *~*~*

jams o donnell said...

Ostentatious dressers! Great shots

Shannon said...

I wonder what they will think in about 20 years when they look back at pictures of themselves dressed this way?

Mojo said...

Fascinating look at a whole subculture. But I gotta ask, what's "punk" about the girl in the next to last shot? Is it the bling? The hat? Ohhhh... I get it... she's just hot ;)

Wonderful work as always CK!

Maureen Hayes said...

Thanks for sharing what is happening where you are. Although I can't travel, one of the wonderful things about the internet is being able to experience different places, people and cultures through great sites like yours. Keep up the good work.


Monkey! said...

Nice photos. Never saw punk done so colorful.

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