Episode #89Heads UP! Japan's Head Accessory Craze

A certain Australian songstress famously claims “I just can’t get you out of my head…” In Japan’s case, it’s a little higher up. Hats and headwear are all the rage, ranging from the ordinary to the outrageous and we are living for it! You’ll meet serious hat collectors and learn the science behind choosing the perfect hat for yourself. Seriously! There’s an equation and all! Watch as Mr. Yabatan and RinRin put the equation to the test and see Misha channel her inner Isabella Blow. This is just too good to miss! [UTC]
July 6 Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30 / 18:30
Shooting Locations
  • CA4LA Omotesando store

    CA4LA Omotesando store A hat store that has an extensive lineup of more than 4000 hats. Their original designs are made in the atelier above the shop. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

  • Nitori Shibuya Koen-dori Store

    Ane Mone Shibuya Hikarie store An accessory shop that covers all the trends. They have hair accessories, piercings, necklaces, bags, and etc. Place: Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Photobook
  • Hiromi

    Hiromi Stylist. She introduces her outfit idea for the rainy season.

Kawaii Tutorial
  • Yoshiaki Watanabe

    Croissant headwrap style
    Yoshiaki Watanabe
    He taught us how to do head wrap styles that are easy for everyone to tryout.

    Hair stylist. He uploads how-to-videos about hairdos, shares tips of how to style your own hair on social medias.

  • Mr. Yabatan

    Mr. Yabatan A video-comedian from Norway. He uploads videos on social medias. He is famous for the series of videos, talking to random strangers he meets on the streets.

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