Tuesday, June 07, 2005

tokyo - harajuku station revisited

the second half of my pictures from harajuku


Anonymous Tessa said...

What I wonder about is cultural standards of beauty. Are the people that we think are beautiful also regarded as such, over there?

6:13 AM  
Blogger jenn see said...

i love it, what a pageant. i want to be a teenage japanese girl.

i have the socks for it.

11:24 AM  
Blogger Dutch Baka said...

great photo's , i like your website a lot!!! gives me a lot of inspiration!!

Greetings, dutch baka ( from Jref/forum)

2:04 PM  
Blogger Daniel Heath said...

t: you'd be better off asking our man Peter... it was hard to tell from so far outside the interactions of locals. my guess is that the beauty standards are not terribly far off, but that's just a hunch from advertising and whatnot. according to Peter, it's very very unusual for most women to go out with no makeup. at any rate, it's pretty clear that the Harajuku set is not entirely composed of the beautiful people, which was part of what was so excellent about it.

js: going to Harajuku would make anyone want to be a teenage Japanese girl until you see how much time goes into maintenance. each one brings a suitcase full of supplies and spend about an equal amount of time posing are rearranging.

db: hey, welcome. I see you've started your own blog over there...

11:32 PM  
Blogger DeeM said...

You've really captured so much with your photos.
Keep them coming, please!

7:19 AM  
Blogger Lorena said...

this is amazing, to find out that people do this. it must be fun. i wish there was dress-up day in Chicago :) i guess it would be halloween but that's only 1 day.
great photographs.

9:39 AM  
Anonymous DAni said...

what exactly does harajuku mean? is it the place? or the girls style?

12:47 PM  

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