Tokyo Street Style

For over two decades, Japanese photographer Shoichi Aoki has been documenting the most outlandish, provocative and definitive Tokyo street fashion. Beginning in 1996, Shoichi captured the complete transformation of Harajuku — the city’s fashion hot spot — from pedestrian shopping precinct, to cutting-edge Asian style center, documenting it all in his publication.

This is what photograther says about style “In Tokyo there are many people that come from different regions, with different histories and different regional tastes. It’s really cool that it’s not just about age. Harajuku is a special place where new fashion comes out so I think it’s very different to other places in Tokyo. You’ll see several different groups of people.”

What do you think of Tokyo Street Style?

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