TOKYOTELEPHONE

Proposing Akihabara Fashion

Tokyo Telephone for Defiant

http://thedefiantzine.com/tokyo/content/akiba-in-style/

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divingintotheclay:

Middle period Jomon pot, possibly 3500-4500 years old. Note the fantastical rim decoration.
Jomon are the earliest known pots, dating back over 12,000 years, and found exclusively in what is now Japan. 

divingintotheclay:

Middle period Jomon pot, possibly 3500-4500 years old. Note the fantastical rim decoration.

Jomon are the earliest known pots, dating back over 12,000 years, and found exclusively in what is now Japan. 

(Source: amaki09, via fromthefloatingworld)

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kotobatofuku:

shunsuke hatakeyamaのフーデットコート。

2013 spring summer
-第4章-「白日-hakuzitsu-」

fabric:linen100%

color:haku(墨染)/ame(墨染)/mushoku(化学染料)

price:42,000yen(税抜)

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thekimonogallery:

Matsuno Hiroyuki - Funabenkei Keiko 3 (Hayashi Kiemon) .  Text and photography by Stephane Barbery on Flickr

thekimonogallery:

Matsuno Hiroyuki - Funabenkei Keiko 3 (Hayashi Kiemon) .  Text and photography by Stephane Barbery on Flickr

(Source: Flickr / barbery)

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Desperate - one of our absolute favorite remake designers.

Desperate - one of our absolute favorite remake designers.

(Source: desperatcon)

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hirohiko-araki-world:

All Covers of Ultra Jump with JOJOLION

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fashionsfromhistory:

Summer Service Dress Jacket: Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps
1914-1919
Canadian Museum of History

fashionsfromhistory:

Summer Service Dress Jacket: Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps

1914-1919

Canadian Museum of History

— 1 month ago with 39 notes
fashionsfromhistory:

Service Dress Jacket: Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps
1914-1919
Canadian Museum of History

fashionsfromhistory:

Service Dress Jacket: Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps

1914-1919

Canadian Museum of History

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homemiro:

We had a very nice day in Nara, the beautiful place in Japan. Dressing in a Taisyou Romance style is so enjoyable. The only problem was that people thought we were Japanese and asked to have photo with us.:P No matter, we saying ”You are welcome” all the way.  

The place (and the dressing style) is too beautful to stop my camera!!!

Did the shots all the way to Shrine. >www<

We took so many nice shots! I will post more pictures later.

p.s. Somebody ask for the kimono shop in Nara, so I put the link of the kimono shop here. You can rant kimono/yukata there, and the onwer will help you to dress on with her professional still. She can also do the hair setting to match with your kimono.

http://nikkori-nara.com/

(via cuteshanghai)

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