Harajuku is the common name for the area around Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo, Japan.
Every Sunday, a young man dressed in a variety of styles including Gothic Lolita, visual kei, and decora, and Cosplayers spend the day in Harajuku socializing.
This young fashion style rarely corresponds to one particular style and are usually a lot of mesh.
Harajuku is also the fashion capital of the world, famous for its unique street fashion.
The term "Harajuku Girls" has been used by English-language media to describe teenagers dressed in any fashion in the Harajuku area. This fashion and style seen some planted to create a unique form of dress. Display cyber-punk taking influence from gothic fashion and incorporates neon and metallic colors.
Ura Hara Style
Ura-Hara is another section of Harajuku, which serves a population of mostly men interested in hip-hop, graffiti, and skater fashion and culture. Ura-Hara is seen as the opposite of Harajuku in that it is more hidden and reserved.
Ganguro is a style that represents the average American teenager. The term is translated as 'black-faced'. Basic view is what the West call 'California girl, with white hair, dark skin, false eyelashes and nails. It is not clear how Ganguro came to be. Many people believe [who?] It originated in the early 1990s, and was intended as a way to rebel against traditional Japanese ideas of beauty (pale skin, dark hair, etc.)
Gothic lolita, sometimes abbreviated GothLoli, Is a combination of Gothic and Lolita fashion fashion comes from the late 1990s in Harajuku.
Gothic Lolita fashion is marked with dark make-up and clothes. red lipstick and smokey eyes or neatly defined, created using a black eyeliner, is a distinctive style, although as with all sub-Lolita style still looks quite natural. Although the gothic make-up is associated with white powdered face, it's usually considered bad taste in Lolita fashion. Some Lolita uses a dark color schemes including black, dark blue and purple, black and white though Remains popular. As with some of the West Gothic style, cross jewelry, religious symbols, bags and wallets in a form such as bats, coffins, and crucifixes are also used to accessorize the gothic Lolita look.
Punk style in Harajuku fashion is more than a statement Clothing Its mainly composed of dark colors, boxes, chains, and zippers. Punk style is also one of the more gender-neutral fashion in Harajuku.
Cosplay costume is more of a style-based. A cosplay enthusiast will usually dress like fictional or iconic character of a band, games, movies, anime, or manga.