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Fashion Culture in Japan

Exploring the numerous fashion trends and cultures throughout Japan's history and present day.
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Susannah Barry

on 15 November 2012

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photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr More stuff and things and junk Basic Stuff to Know Island nation in east Asia, Pacific ocean, east of the Sea of Japan, China, South Korea, and Russia.
“Land of the Rising Sun”
Major economic power
2nd lowest homicide rate
3rd lowest infant mortality rate Japan Susannah Barry Fashion subcultures throughout Japan's history and present. Fukushima 50 X Japan Fashion Subcultures Lolita Sukeban Visual Kei Takenokozoku Gyaru Dolly Kei Gal Manba Decora "Japan's very first all-girl gangs" Sukeban "Suke"= female "ban"= boss Kanto Women Delinquent Alliance had over 20,000 members Mid 1960s Platform shoes Ganguro "The girls are in blackface." "Gonguro"= blackface Tan everyweek Short Skirts 1999-2001 Manba "You must be able to dance Para Para" 2000s- Present Still tanning Bright clothing Hair Extensions Para Para Dancing Guys actually joined in Lolita 1970s- Present "Live cute or elegant" Influenced by music Visual Kei -> Mana -> Gothic lolita Sweet lolita Punk lolita 16th century, traders from Portugal reached Japan for the 1st time.
Nobunaga Oda used European technology/firearms
Toyotomi Hideyoshi unified the nation in 1590
Tokugawa Ieyasu began sakoku- “closed country” Mori Girl Punk Lolita Oshare Kei INGREDIENTS
Glutinous rice, soy sauce (soy bean, wheat, salt, water, monosodium glutamate) salt, seaweed, modified starch, chili. Ingredients
Glutinous Rice Flour, Green Peas, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Wheat, Salt), Soybeans, Cornstarch, Sugar, Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Modified Tapioca Starch, Salt, Caramel Color, Chili Pepper, FD&C Yellow 6, FD&C Yellow 5, FD&C Blue 1. INGREDIENTS:
Wheat flour, sugar, chocolate liquor, hydrogenated vegetable oil (palm oil, rapeseed oil, sal fat, shea butter, sunflower oil), whole milk powder, shortening, cocoa butter, skim milk powder, salt, butter, yeast, emulsifier (soy lecithin, polyglycerol polyricinoleic acid), artificial chocolate and artificial vanilla flavor, trisodium phosphate.

Contains soy bean ingredient. Super thin eyebrows Razor Sailor-style school
uniform School slippers Long school skirt Contact lenses with ultra dark tanned face Black ink (to use as eyeliner) Bleached hair Gold accessories Brightly colored coat Super plat-form boots Contact lenses Portable mirror Mini-skirt White shoes Hair dye Numerous accessories Careful makeup Dress details, each can be unique to the person Stripped socks/stockings
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