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A Cake That Looks Like a Drop of Water on Your Plate

A Cake That Looks Like a Drop of Water on Your Plate

A Cake That Looks Like a Drop of Water on Your Plate

This Japanese cuisine looks like a giant drop of water but it is actually a form of rise cake, adidas uk store or Shingen Moshi. sac lancel pas cher This cake is called Mizu because it has a water base and is made with agar or gelatin. Fjallraven Kanken Big

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Freezing Japanese Guy Found A Way To Stay Warm Using A Single Sweater

Freezing Japanese Guy Found A Way To Stay Warm Using A Single Sweater

Freezing Japanese Guy Found A Way To Stay Warm Using A Single Sweater

Mr. Sebuyama, nike air max 2017 dames Blauw Japanese blogger of Omocoro.com has come up with a clever and a strange way of beating the cold winter.

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Japanese Artist Creates Incredible Body Art

Japanese Artist Creates Incredible Body Art

Japanese Artist Creates Incredible Body Art

Japanese body artist and student Choo-San creates incredible and surreal body art using only acrylic paint and copious amounts of imagination. Choo-San discovered her interest and talent for body art while taking a year off from school. She says she started painting hyper-realistic artworks on bodies because she was sick of all the Photoshopped pictures in the industry, and she wanted to see how far she could go without all the modern technologies.

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Portraits of Tokyo’s Most Rebellious Fashion Icons

Portraits of Tokyo's Most Rebellious Fashion Icons

Portraits of Tokyo’s Most Rebellious Fashion Icons

New York-based photographer Thomas C. Card turns the camera on some of the most fashionable and fierce females in Tokyo. In the spring of 2012, Card traveled to Tokyo to document the city’s vibrant street fashion scene. Started in the early 1990s, Japanese fashion tribes sprung up as young people, particularly women, began to rebel against traditional Japanese culture. Instead of taking photos of these women on Tokyo’s busy streets, like in the famous district of Harajuku, he brought his subjects indoors – into a more quiet and intimate environment, his studio.

These fascinating photos have all been assembled into one book called Tokyo Adorned, which was released just ten days ago. Comprised of 132 striking color photographs, Tokyo Adorned is an oversized 12.5 by 15 inch hardcover book that gives us a window into one highly creative world. Set against an all white backdrop, the women and their complicated outfits, with their loud colors and crazy patterns, seem to pop off the page.

As the book states, “The neon, pastels, bows, and vibrant prints of Tokyo’s fashion tribes are unmistakable, outrageous, and fun. Recognized around the world, with huge online followings, the city’s style icons are photographed here against white backgrounds, revealing a new dimen­sion of personality and emotion in these remarkable individuals. Portraits include fashion icon Kumamiki—the vision behind the Party Baby movement and clothing brand—who has a growing global online following, as well as personalities such as Chocomelo, Saki Kurumi, and Haruka Kurebayashi.”

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Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

This Nature Aquarium photography project by Japanese photographer Amano Takashi is a concept of a planted aquarium hobby combined with plant layout techniques. It is a creation of natural ecosystem in a confined space of the aquarium.

Takashi’s unique skill in aquarium plant scene is evident in the photos of these series. Aside from being a photographer, he is also able to maintain many unique and exciting underwater aquascapes in his own shop in Niigata Japan.

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