Archive for June, 2013

Japonisme Fashion Part VII: Where are the Harajuku Girls?!

Japonisme Fashion Part VII: Where are the Harajuku Girls?!

Japonisme Fashion Part VII: Where are the Harajuku Girls?! I was so excited! Finally I’m in Japan. And on this trip I had to go to the Harajuku district to see for myself if the illusive Harajuku Girls really do exist. They don’t. Well, I thought I saw some of […]

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Refreshing My Bloglovin Account!

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Japonisme Fashion Part VI: Edo Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Japonisme Fashion Part VI: Edo Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Japonisme Fashion Part VI: Edo Museum, Tokyo, Japan. Every time I visit a new place or country, I always makes sure I visit one or two of their museums. I’m quite into learning a country’s cultural past especially in the realms of the arts and fashion! The Edo museum in […]

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Japonisme Part V: Sensoji Temple, Asakusa Japan

Japonisme Part V: Sensoji Temple, Asakusa Japan

Japonisme Part V: Sensoji Temple, Asakusa Japan Sensoji Temple in Asakusa is the oldest and probably the most famous buddhist temple in Tokyo, Japan. Tourist and Japanese people alike flock here everyday and even more during important festivities  such as the  Sanja Matsuri  held every year in May. This isn’t […]

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Japonisme Part IV: Love is Calling 2013 by Yayoi Kusama

Japonisme Part IV: Love is Calling 2013 by Yayoi Kusama

Japonisme Part IV: Love is Calling 2013 by Yayoi Kusama.  I am such a huge fan of Yayoi Kusama and her art. I’ve seen some of her past works when I visited the Tate Art Gallery in London last year and for the most part- her artworks left me quite […]

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Love is Calling 2013 by Yayoi Kusama 2013 VIDEO

Love is Calling 2013 by Yayoi Kusama 2013 VIDEO

Love is Calling 2013 by Yayoi kusama 2013 VIDEO An amazing art installation by legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. I took this quick video during my visit at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan. This is part of an exhibition called All You Need is Love: From Chagall to […]

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Japonisme Part III: Ropongi Hills & Japanese Imperial Palace Gardens

Japonisme Part III: Ropongi Hills & Japanese Imperial Palace Gardens

 Japonisme Part III: Ropongi Hills & Japanese Imperial Palace Gardens I love how different parts of metropolitan Tokyo have their own unique character and vibe. In Ropongi Hills, the atmosphere felt business-like from the looks of it’s tall, mostly monotone coloured buildings. Although, I’ve been told it’s got the best […]

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