How do you celebrate a popular series? With a collab cafe, of course! Idol show Kiratto Pri☆Chan will have its own Prism Stone Cafe opening for a limited time this summer, and will host a special mini-live with idol group Run Girls, Run! Hit the jump for cafe art and more info.
Captain Tsubasa is getting some Harajuku style, thanks to an upcoming collab cafe! Fans of the series can get themed snacks, desserts, and drinks for a limited time. Check out the menu after the jump.
To promote the anniversary celebration more, a concept shop named "PreCure Pretty Store Branch Store: PreCure 15th Anniversary Memorial NagiHono Shop" will open in Harajuku, Tokyo, for a limited time of one month from April 27 to May 27. As its name suggests, the shop will feature Nagisa Misumi/Cure Black and Honoka Yukishiro/Cure White, the two main girls from the first TV series Futari wa PreCure. Hit the jump for more details.
Accentuate your wardrobe like a real Moon Princess! Harajuku shop Princess 1 Spoon is collaborating with Sailor Moon to create adorable pins, hair accessories, and more. The line launches after Christmas, but you can preview it after the jump!
URAHARA is a frenetic and colorful trip through the backstreets of Harajuku. Today, Emily delves a bit further into the fashion choices and the series' current outlook on street fashion in Harajuku. Read more after the jump!
In cooperation with Toei Animation and Kodansha, Bandai opened "Sailor Moon Store" on the 0.5th floor of the Laforet Harajuku department store in Tokyo on September 23. The Japan Times has posted a six-minute "walk-through" video to introduce Japan's first permanent official store dedicated to the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon franchise that celebrates 25th anniversary this year.
Sailor Moon has found a home in Harajuku! The new Sailor Moon store opens this Saturday, offering more than a dozen store-exclusive items as well as cosmetics and other goods. Hit the jump for a preview of the new merch!
Osaka-based clothing company Seven Digit's kids cloth brand "Betty" announced today that it has launched a new collaboration project with acclaimed Japanese animator/anime character designer Shingo Adachi. He now belongs to A-1 Pictures and is known for his works for Sword Art Online, Shooting Star Rockman, and WORKING!!. Hit the jump for more details.
For a limited time only, Maison de Julietta - a boutique in Harajuku that gives its customers a chance to try out the Lolita fashion style - is offering a series of Lolita makeovers / photoshoots inspired by characters from Eiichiro Oda's popular manga and TV anime, One Piece. Hit the jump to learn more.
Demon Kakka and his fellow akuma of the Japanese heavy metal band Seikima-II have conquered Harajuku for a limited time with a concept cafe that celebrates 30 years worth of demonic influence on the unsuspecting realm of Earth. Hit the jump to learn more.
A collaboration between Kiddyland, a Japanese toy store, and Kirby, the hero of numerous video games by Nintendo and HAL Laboratory, will begin on August 22, 2015, with some special events and a new line of character goods. Hit the jump to learn more.