Decora began as a unique fashion statement before rising to become one of Japan’s most popular subcultures. While present day, not as many people dress in Decora style as they did two decades ago, Decora fashion is now recognized as synonymous with Harajuku Street. So now let’s learn more about Decora shall we?
When asked to think about what is quirky about Japan, many will probably think about the otaku culture, Harajuku fashion fads, or simply the customs that might seem alien to a first-time visitor to Japan.
Apart from all these unique to Japan, themed cafés are also big in Tokyo. Two cafés.
The 3rd “Tokyo Grand Shopping Week”, a campaign targeting foreigners for this spring was launched on January 22nd to be continued until February 24th. This campaign is implemented by Harajuku Omotesando Keyaki-kai and Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau with support from the Visa Worldwide Japan Co. Ltd. In line with this 3rd year campaign, we are making some improvements by aiming to improve hospitality to foreign tourists and to lure them to attractions around Harajuku and Omotesando area so that they can enjoy shopping even more. Scratch & Win Campaign, for example, is offered at 200 shops including KiddyLand, Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku and La Foret Harajuku. Customers can get scratch cards at those shops and 1000 winners get 1,000 yen gift cards totalling worth a million yen. Customers can also enjoy discounts or special offers from participating shops as well as selected Japanese brand items that are popular among foreign visitors. TOKYU PLAZA OMOTESANDO HARAJUKU Photo: http://www.goodlucktripjapan.jp/ Laforet HARAJUKU Photo: http://www.goodlucktripjapan.jp/ According to the recent questionnaire survey conducted by the Japan Tourism Agency, credit card related matters […]
The 50th anniversary of reconstruction of Togo Jinja Shrine will be celebrated with a difference.