Tokyo Fashion Captures Tattooed Individuals On The Street

Tokyo Fashion Captures Tattooed Individuals On The Street

Online street fashion magazine, Tokyo Fashion captures some stylish tattooed individuals in the streets of Harajuku and Tokyo.
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We all know Japan for being tons mad and wonderful at the same time with their seemingly endless harangue of the weirdest and banging trends ever the Western world can't seem to get enough of.
Tokyo Fashion is an online magazine devoted to documenting street fashion in Japan. Japanese fashion, especially in the capital city, possesses a fast-paced and rapidly evolving scene in terms of trend and styles. The locals aren't afraid to try on something new regardless of how bizarre or simply impractical it is. That's why Tokyo Fashion takes on the job of keeping the English-speaking world up to date to the actual street Fashion of Japan, behind what the magazines only lets us see.
Christina/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Christina/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
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666Die_vil666/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Fashion savvy Instagrammer 666Die_vil666 wore a low collar top to show off his tattoos and his fresh throat piercings.
Kani/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Kani, a young woman who works at a local tattoo shop pulls up her sleeve to show off a tattoo beneath her black ensemble.
Bang Kwanji/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Tattoo artist Bang Kwanji throws on a graphic hoodie for a walk out the streets.
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Kani/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
You have tattoo stockings? Uh-uh, that's cute.
DJ Kanon/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
This bold tattoo on a Harajuku girl, though.
Marimo/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Marimo/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
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Kana/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
We aren't quite sure if the tattoo above is in kanji but if it is, it somehow doesn't feel too wrong when an actual Japanese person gets a kanji tattoo which they're actually damn well sure of the meaning.
Kasumi Psycho/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
A reminiscence of rockabilly with a hint of a traditional American style chest piece peeking out of a cut-out collar shirt.
Kyo/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
That's a nice behind-the-ear piece right there.
Miya/Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Courtesy of Tokyo Fashion
Visit Tokyo Fashion's website here.
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