Tokyu Malls Development, run by Butterfly and the fashion building “SHIBUYA 109,” have released “SHIBUYA 109 -StyleCollection-”, a social game for mixi based on “SHIBUYA 109.” “SHIBUYA 109 -StyleCollection-” is a reality based social game coupled with the actual fashion building as the setting. Users become the manager of a newly opened “SHIBUYA 109” shop,… Continue reading Shibuya 109 Fashion Social Game Release
By the same Japanese web designer @mamipeko, who did browsers nail art, and her friend Tomoko. The two female web designers made an unit “Web Nail Girls” and will enjoy and show us more web-related nail art. Photoshop icon nail art, which is not photoshopped. See more photos on Ha-Ha-blog.
Japanese people who want a (window-)shopping experience don’t really need brick and mortar businesses, at least not in the fashion realm. They can simply access Zozo, a shopping web site that boasts over 1 million registered users (in other words: potential buyers), half of whom are male. What sets Zozo apart from other shopping portals… Continue reading Zozoresort: Japan’s virtual fashion town for young people
livedoor announced its popular Cos-Play (Costume Play, dressing up in fictional characters most of which are from Anime/Manga) site’s renewal and English localization today, June 12th 2008. The site “Cure” was opened in 2001, has been getting 300,000 registered users including 60,000 “Cos-Player”, and now 50 million page views in a month, which is the… Continue reading Japan’s biggest CosPlay site “Cure” overhauled with English
The Japanese are known to be one of the most fashion-conscious people in the world. And rumor has it they are the busiest. Their purchasing power is very high. Moreover, Japan boasts one of the largest markets for print magazines in the world. Combine these elements and out comes a web site like nekore. The… Continue reading Nekore: Webservice for the Japanese fashionista with no time