Japanese "winter" is from December to February.
Hot spring, hot pot, snowscape and illuminations, so many events in the winter!
For the people who are planning to travel around Japan in this period, I'll introduce the temperature in Tokyo, the clothes for travel and measures against the coldness to you.
It's useful to take these advice !
"Cosplay" is a Japanese subculture. Many towns hold a variety of cosplay gatherings and events. You might just see some "cosplayers" while you're out sightseeing! We're here to teach you the proper etiquette for taking photos of cosplayers!
In this Fashion Snap, we'll be making a jump from Harajuku to Ikebukuro.
Ikebukuro is known as a city of otaku girls, and we happened upon some otaku girl fashionistas who fit the bill.
Harsh fluctuations in temperature occur throughout the month of October, but what are the fashionistas of Ikebukuro doing to deal with this?
It's finally that time of year! Halloween!
There are going to be a lot of different Halloween parties happening all over Tokyo.
We're going to show you some Halloween makeup tips that are easy enough for absolute beginners!