Episode #102Meet the Incredible Icons of Tokyo Street Style

Are you ready to meet the Harajuku icons, whose status influences the next big thing. How, you ask? Tokyo has a long history of reverence for ShopStaff of the coolest boutiques, raising them to celebrity status. These days their clout dominates the streets and social networks alike.
We also chat with Baby Mary, the owner of world-renowned shop, Faline. Baby Mary witnessed Harajuku’s rise to fame, firsthand. She handpicks customers as her ShopStaff and stars are born. Shinako, an internet star whose videos catapulted her and the most popular street-sweet in Harajuku to fame. She’s got some pro-tips on making viral videos to share!
For Zutti, the street is a runway, towering in 26cm heels, parting the Harajuku masses. He gives us a peek at some of his incredible clothing collection.
This is THE episode. We’re still recovering!
March 8, Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30 / 18:30
Shooting Locations
  • Faline Tokyo

    Faline Tokyo A speciality store that has various unique brand items selected by the owner. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


    SHIMA HARAJUKU LEAP A famous hair salon in Harajuku - they suggest various edgy haristyles to the world. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


    Sweet XO A specialty store of candies - the Nursing Bottle Soda has been popular. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

  • Faline Tokyo

    ALES SHOP A wig store - they carry over three thousand kinds of wigs from around the world. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Photobook
  • Takuma Nagae

    Takuma Nagae A hairstylist - he introduces his outfit idea inspired by Andy Warhol's fashion.

Kawaii Tutorial
  • Kawaii Telerium

    How To Make; Kawaii Telerium: Fumie Kamoshita She taught us how to do cute arrangements using fake flowers and make Easter Telariums.

    A craft making artist - she is becoming popular on SNS with her interiors that use natural motifs.

  • Shinako

    Shinako A YouTuber who is gaining popularity among teenagers. She has also launched her merch at a candy shop in Harajuku - she continues to widen the artistry of her work.

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