Pokémon Cosmetic Series: New Slowpoke and Mew Face Masks Released

16.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FEATURES

The Pokemon cosmetic series has been a huge success in Japan since it launched, with over 600,000 products sold from its collection which has spanned face masks, lip cream, hand cream, lip gloss, point packs, mirrors, and body gel. Their popularity has spread across the web and on social media. They are available to purchase at airports and variety shops in Japan and have proven popular as souvenirs from Japan. Sales also spread to Taiwan in April this year where they are now available to purchase.

The face masks sold previously were an especially successful hit enjoying a sold out stock. Four new face masks were just released on July 13 which include Slowpoke and Mew designs for the first time.

As a Pokémon Trainer it’s important to keep your skin moisturized while you’re out in the wild catching ‘em all. The masks were created by cosmetic brrand Lovisia and contain a mix of collagen, hyaluronic acid and shea butter. They have a sweet soap scent and are sure to be a hit on your Instagram feed when you put one on and turn into a cute Pokémon!

Designs include the classic Pikachu and Eevee and the newly-introduced Slowpoke and Mew for a seriously kawaii lineup.

Stay looking good while you’re walking through the tall grass and encountering Pokémon with this new face mask collection!

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  • Visiting @cosme TOKYO in HarajukuーThe Place That Satisfies All Of Your Makeup & Cosmetic Needs

    04.February.2020 | Uncategorized

    @cosme TOKYO is a new flagship store that opened in front of Harajuku Station in Tokyo on January 10, 2020.

     

    @cosme is a web portal centred on makeup and cosmetics. Offering a wealth of beauty information from a number of perspective, the website lets you see the latest trending items in the makeup world from the word on the streetーby letting people comment on and rank itemsーoffers solutions to skincare and makeup-related problems, and more.

    @cosme TOKYO is the first-ever physical store by @cosme. Its floor space spans over 1,300 square meters where it houses an enormous selection of cosmetics and makeup products, from inexpensive and affordable quality items to luxury brands. Since opening, it has become the talk of the town in Harajuku.

     

    It’s comprised of three floors, each with their own highlights. Let’s go and check it out.

     

    1st Floor: A Hall of Fame for the latest most popular cosmetics

    When you walk into the first floor area, the first thing that’s sure to catch your eye is the incredible “Best Cosmetic Award Tower,” a collection of items that have have won past cosmetic awards for being the best. All the cosmetics are stacked up high in their own little display case.

    As you proceed further across the shop floor, there is the “@cosme Weekly Ranking” corner which ranks the most popular items on the website for that week, so customers can always know what products are the best to incorporate into their makeup and beauty routine.

    But perhaps the centrepiece of @cosme TOKYO is the “Tester Bar,” where customers are free to try out products using the puffs and cotton pads provided. There’s also a tap and sink for rinsing. You can’t deny how great this service is; without worrying about others, you can try out all the cosmetics to your heart’s desire and then buy them if they’re to your liking.

     

    There are also smart lockers so you can lock your things away, allowing for your hands to be free while you test makeup and shop. But it doesn’t stop there, as there’s even a foreign currency exchange machine which caters for 85 currencies in 120 countries.

     

    2nd Floor: Men’s cosmetics, beauty equipment, and more

    Up on the second floor, you’ll find another area that ranks products, this time the ones with the most sales at @cosme TOKYO. Everything is displayed in such a way that it’s easy to find products as they are separated by base makeup, mascara, lipsticks, and so on. You’ll find pop artwork hand drawn by the staff to highlight products, so enjoy comparing and considering all the different items.

    Recently in Japan, men’s products have been garnering attention, and so @cosme have created an entire section dedicated to male and unisex makeup items. Picking out makeup with your partner is goals, and now it’s finally becoming a reality.

    Another area that’s popularーwith both Japanese people and foreignersーis one that stocks cosmetics made with naturally-derived ingredients from Japan, as well as products with Japanese-style packaging. It’s perfect if you’re looking for Japanese-specific items or for gifts and souvenirs.

    Also on the second floor are beauty mirrors so you can check yourself out as well as two Tester Bars, so you can try out products here too.

    If you have kids, you can drop them off in the kid’s area while you shop. There’s also bread-feeding rooms and places for changing diapers. They have it all!

     

    3rd Floor: A place to relax exclusive to @cosme app users

    The third floor is home to a lounge that can only be used by those who have the @cosme app installed on their phone. It can be used for relaxing or for hanging out with friends. It’s hard to find a such a quiet and relaxing place like this so close to Harajuku Station.

    If you want to retouch your makeup, there’s a powder space you can do that for free, as well as oxygen boxes. This floor is packed full of different great services.

     

    @cosme also has its own points system. One point equals one yen, and you get five for just visiting the store.

     

    Anyone and everyone can enjoy a fun and easy shopping experience

     

    Each product in the store has a JAN code on it which when scanned at one of the tablets in store will give you information about that product in multiple languages, including English, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, and Korean. This goes for the map of each floor too, so you can find out what each floor offers without getting lost.

    @cosme TOKYO also has free Wi-Fi, and can also ship products around Japan. It offers a comprehensive shopping experience that caters to both Japanese and foreign customers.

    You’re sure to find many items you like when visiting @cosme TOKYO, so you can’t miss out on visiting if you’re travelling to Harajuku or Tokyo. Enjoy shopping!

  • adidas Teams Up With Pokémon to Release First Generation Pixel Graphic Collection

    22.January.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    adidas Japan and Pokémon have collaborated to create a new apparel collection featuring the Pokémon games’ first generation graphics. The items dropped today in Japan at adidas store branches and its online shop, Sports Authority, G-FOOT, and Pokémon Centre.

    PKM PXL Unisex T-Shirt – ¥3,490 / Released: January 22, 2020

    PKM PXL Unisex T-Shirt – ¥3,490 / Released: January 22, 2020

    The collection includes adidas tracksuits, t-shirts, pants, short pants, and three types of footwearーwhich kids and adults alike can get behind.

    ADIHOOPS MID 2.0 PKM Kids – ¥5,490 / Released: January 22, 2020

    ADVANCOURT PKM Kids – ¥4,990 / Released: January 22, 2020

    PKM Kids Tracksuits – ¥6,990 / Rolling out March 2020

    For the kids sneakers, the adidas Advantage and Hoops Mid 2.0 uppers feature Pokémon pixel graphics, redefining the adidas shoes to give them a retro feel.

    ADVANCOURT PKM Unisex – ¥7,990 / Released: January 22, 2020

    PKM TRAINER Unisex T-Shirt – ¥2,990 / Released: January 22, 2020

    For the adults, they can enjoy the adidas Phosphere running shoes, which feature a distinct pixel design.

    You Pokémon Trainers out there that pick up an item from this collection in Japan will receive one of five possible A5-size stickers. They are limited in stock, so catch ’em all before they run out!

     

    ©2020 Pokémon. ©1995-2020 Nintendo/Creatures Inc. /GAME FREAK inc.

  • Cosmetic Brand SUQQU Releases Origami-Themed Spring Colour Collection

    15.January.2020 | FASHION

    Cosmetic brand SUQQU released their Spring Colour Collection on January 10, 2020. The collection is inspired by Japanese origami, which is light, beautiful and easy to adapt to a variety of situations. 

    SUQQU Vibrant Rich Lipstick: ¥5,000 (Before Tax)

    The Vibrant Rich Lipstick is SUQQU’s first matte lipstick. It feels light on your skin and doesn’t rub off easily. Its rich and radiant colour adds a vivid streak of life to your lips, easily becoming the focal point of your overall look. Its bold colour also has a soft pigment which compliments your skin for a natural look. These lipsticks enjoy a brand new texture comparable to Japanese washi paper, providing the complexion and voluminous lips that all adults desire. These lipsticks will brighten up your entire face with colours perfect for spring. 

    If you like these lipsticks, then check out the rest of the Spring Colour Collection which includes eye shadows, blushers, highlights, nail polishes and much more. 

     

    SUQQU’s Spring Colour collection is the perfect way to prepare for spring 2020. 

  • Check Out The ASOKO de POKÉMON Series – Original Pokémon Pouches, Bags and More

    09.January.2020 | FASHION

    ASOKO is a general merchandise store which sells fun items based on the concept of enjoying a good surprise. ASOKO has teamed up with Pokémon and is set to release the ASOKO de POKÉMON merchandise series on January 18, 2020.

    Items designed by Kazuhiko Ifuku 
    ○ Deep Pouch: ¥440 ○ Shallow Pouch: ¥330 ○Lunch Bag: ¥440 ○2WAY Tote Bag: ¥550 ○Canvas Pouch: ¥330 ○ 2P Kinchaku Drawstring Bag: ¥330 (and much more)*

    Items designed by buggy

    ○Tote Bag: ¥660 ○Lunch Bag: ¥440 ○Pouch: ¥330 ○Pencil Case: ¥275 ○Tissues Case: ¥330 ○Shopping Bag (Two Designs): ¥220 Each ○ Folding Eco Bag: ¥330 (and much more)*

     

    The series includes 84 different items from fashion accessories such as bags and pouches to kitchen utensils and even stationery. Now you can enjoy your favourite Pokémon friends on original-design ASOKO items. 

    As well as being sold at ASOKO stores, there will be additional pop-up shops opening in Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka and Kōchi which will also sell the series. These items are perfect for kids and adults alike – you’ll soon be wanting to get them all!

     

    *Prices After Tax

  • 6 Popular Character Collaboration Cafés to Open in January 2020

    01.January.2020 | FEATURES / FOOD

    Every month, Japan sees numerous collaboration cafés opening all over the country featuring the world’s most favourite characters, artists and much more. We’ve summed up the ones to look out for in January 2020.

     

    Cafe de Perochi with Seven Days War, Shinjuku

    To celebrate the anime film Seven Days War which premiered on December 13, a themed café opened at EJ Anime Theater in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The café opened in collaboration with popular creator Pantovisco who has over 680,000 followers across his social media.

     The cute menu line-up features Seven Days War-inspired food and desserts with Perochi and his friends joining in with the fun. There’s also a drinks menu with a line-up of colourful beverages and lattes which you can get various latte art drawings on.

     

    Cafe de Perochi with Seven Days War

    Running: December 13, 2019 – January 12, 2020

    Location: EJ Anime Theater Shinjuku Floor 5F (Shinjuku Bunka Bldg., 3-13-3 Shinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo)

    Official Website: http://7dayswar.jp/

    More Information: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/280643

     

    BT21 Café, Shibuya, Tokyo and Abeno, Osaka

    The BT21 collaboration café is currently running for the fifth time. The café opened in Shibuya, Tokyo and Abeno, Osaka on November 21, 2019 and will close on January 13, 2020. This there are more BT21 family members and friends featuring in the foods and drinks as part of the BT21 UNIVERSE series’ first-ever menu. There is lots of menu and café-limited merchandise to get your hands on too. 

    Korean Burger: ¥1,490

    Double Yangnyeom Chicken Rice: ¥1,490

     

    BT21  Café, Shibuya, Tokyo Abeno, Osaka

    Location: Shibuya BOX CAFE&SPACE (Shibuya BOX109)

    Running: November 21, 2019 to January 13, 2020
    *Closed January 1

     

    BT21  Café, Abeno, Osaka

    Location: Abeno, Abeno contact

    Running: November 21, 2019 – January 13, 2020
    Official Website: https://www.bt21.com/relations

     

    Devil May Cry 5 x Capcom Cafe Ikebukuro

    The Capcom Cafe is collaborating with the action-adventure hack and slash video game Devil May Cry 5 once again at the Ikebukuro, Tokyo branch from December 5, 2019 to January 15, 2020.

    Devil Breaker “Overture” Potato – ¥880 (Before Tax)

    Demon World Mont Blanc – ¥980 (Before Tax)

    The cafe will feature various menu items and merchandise that was sold at the Laketown branch of Capcom Cafe, as well as new meals, drinks and even more merchandise.

     

     Devil May Cry 5 x Capcom Cafe Ikebukuro

    Running: December 5, 2019 – January 15, 2020

    Address: Capcom Cafe Ikebukuro, 1-30-3 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima Ward, Tokyo

    Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00 (Last Orders: 21:00)

    Official Website: http://www.capcom.co.jp/amusement/capcomcafe/ikebukuro/

    More Information: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/276074

     

    Pokémon Sword and Shield: Nihombashi, Tokyo and Shinsaibashi, Osaka

    The Tokyo (Nihonbashi) and Osaka (Shinsaibashi) branches of the Pokémon Cafe are releasing their second batch of menu items in collaboration with Pokémon Sword and Shield which will be served between January 18 and March 19 next year.

    Weezing’s Chemical Change Gas Pancakes – ¥1,628

    Morpeko’s Hungry W Sauce Omurice – ¥1,628

    Pokémon Sword and Shield was released on Nintendo Switch on November 15 so if you’re a Pokémon fan in Japan, this is the perfect way to celebrate.

     

     Pokémon Sword and Shield

     Pokémon Cafe (Nihombashi, Tokyo)

    Address: Nihombashi Takashimaya SC East Bldg. 5F, 2-1-2 Nihombashi, Chuo Ward, Tokyo

    Business Hours: 10:00-22:00

    No Fixed Holidays (Except when Nihombashi Takashimaya SC is closed)

    Reservations: https://www.pokemoncenter-online.com/cafe/reservation.html

     

    Pokémon Cafe (Shinsaibashi, Osaka)

    Address: Daimaru Shinsaibashi Honkan 9F, 1-7-1 Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture

    Business Hours: 10:00-21:30

    No Fixed Holidays (Except when Daimaru Shinsaibashi is closed)

    Reservations: https://www.pokemoncenter-online.com/cafe/reservation.html

    More Information: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/283263

     

    Korilakkuma Cafe: another me in the mirror, Harajuku

    “Korilakkuma Cafe: another me in the mirror” opened in Japan’s hub of kawaii culture Harajuku on December 21 and will run until March 22 next year. The cafe is the perfect spot to relax with Korilakkuma and be entertained by projection mapping.

    Table Projection Mapping Seats: ¥2,500 per person (Before Tax)

    Twin Korilakkuma Strawberry Milk – ¥990

    The cafe incorporates “interactive tabletop projection mapping” technology developed by Sony, which allows customers to enjoy their meals while playing together with the characters as they walk around their plates and tables.

     

    Korilakkuma Cafe: another me in the mirror

    Running: December 21, 2019 – March 22, 2020 (Not running December 30, 2019 to January 3, 2020)

    Location: HARAJUKU AR BOX -table projection mapping cafe- (4-28-28 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo)

    Official Website: https://korilakkumacafe.jp/

    More Information: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/284456

     

    MARUKO&COJICOJI CAFE, Ginza

     The MARUKO & COJICOJI CAFE is set to open in Marronnier Gate Ginza, Tokyo on January 31, 2020 where it will run until July 31. It is a collaboration between the manga series Chibi Maruko-chan and Coji-Coji, both by Momoko Sakura. The cafe is opening to promote the release of the Chibi-Maruko-chan and Coji-Coji dream collaboration picture book. Customers can look forward to joining the two characters on their adventures as they are vividly recreated on their plates.

     

    MARUKO & COJICOJI CAFE

    Location: Sunday Brunch, Marronnier Gate Ginza 1 Floor 4F (2-2-14 Ginza, Chuo Ward, Tokyo)

    Running: January 31, 2020 – July 31, 2020 (Subject to change)

    Opening Hours: 11:00-21:00

    Reservations: Opening on the official website from mid-January 2020

    More Information: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/284763

     

     

    How about kicking off New Year in Japan at a cute collaboration café?

  • Cosmetics brand SHIRO to Release Natural Makeup that Improves Your Skin

    26.December.2019 | FASHION / FEATURES

    Cosmetics brand SHIRO is known for producing makeup that both looks after your skin and brings out your natural beauty. From March 5, 2020, they will be releasing the Calendula Liquid Eyeshadow for a refined and sparkly finish to your eyes and the Calendula Liquid Cheek Tint for silky smooth cheeks and a natural complexion.

    Calendula, often known as Pot marigold, is a plant known for its miraculous skin-treating abilities. SHIRO has harnessed its moisturising and healing properties, developing two new products that enjoy the benefits of locking moisture into the skin and a beautiful, natural look. Each Calendula plant is raised organically and harvested by hand in Shimokawa, Hokkaido.

    Calendula Liquid Eyeshadow (Comes in 6 colours): ¥3,500 (Before Tax)

    Apply the Calendula Liquid Eyeshadow to instantly capture anyone’s gaze. The eyeshadow is water-based, locking in moisture and adding a dynamic effect to your eyes. A small amount will spread far and evenly, instantly attaching to your skin for no risk of smearing. 

    From top left  0C01 Dusk Orange0C02 Copper Brown0C03 Sparkle Light

    From bottom left 0C04 Sand Beige0C05 Grayish Beige0C06 Sepia Brown

    The eyeshadows come in six different colours: four glitter finishes and two matte finishes so you can change your look depending on the occasion.

    Calendula Liquid Cheek Tint (Comes in 4 colours): ¥3,500 (Before Tax)

    The Calendula Liquid Cheek Tint is oil-based and spreads evenly over your cheeks for a silky smooth, natural complexion. This is perfect for contouring your cheeks so you can enjoy both a radiant glow and healthier skin. 

    From top left  0C07 Raw Umber/0C08 Foggy Pink,  From bottom left 0C09 Coral/ 0C10 Copper Red

    This is available in four colours and can also be used as an eyeshadow or to colour your lips after using the 0C01 Copper Red Lip Liner.

     

    SHIRO is not only available in Japan, but also has three shops in London and one in New York. SHIRO uses carefully-selected natural ingredients to bring out the natural beauty of your skin.

     

    Rather than hiding your skin, this makeup embraces it, caring for it and adding a natural finish. 

  • Pokémon Shirts Expands Shipping to Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

    19.December.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Original Inc. has announced that it is expanding its shipping efforts for its Pokémon Shirts collection, which is made officially in collaboration with The Pokémon Company. The shirts are now available in The UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, totalling the number of countries to 17.

     

    Pokémon Shirts was launched back in February by American custom shirt brand Original Stitch, which offers over one billion design customisations, and the Pokémon franchise. In October, the shirt line received an overhaul. The line-up offers two options: either a shirt featuring one of the original 151 Pokémon, or a plain shirt which you can fully customise including the patterns, silhouette, material, button variation, size and more. Orders are made online and delivered to your home.

     

    Have fun making your very own shirt featuring your favourite Pokémon.

  • Pokémon Sword and Shield Themed Food to be Served at the Pokémon Cafes in Tokyo and Osaka

    17.December.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    The Tokyo (Nihonbashi) and Osaka (Shinsaibashi) branches of the Pokémon Cafe are releasing their second batch of menu items in collaboration with Pokémon Sword and Shield which will be served between January 18 and March 19 next year.

     

    Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield are the latest games in the Pokémon video game franchise and were released for the Nintendo Switch on November 15, 2019. The two new menu items fans can hope to enjoy based on Weezing and Morpeko. Also, due to popular demand, the serving period for the first collaborative menu which featured Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble has been extended to March 19, 2020.

    Weezing’s Chemical Change Gas Pancakes – ¥1,628

    Try pouring the accompanying blueberry sauce over Weezing’s cotton candy gas clouds and you might just see an actual chemical change yourself!

     

    Ingredients: Pancakes, Matcha Whipped Cream, White Chocolate Sauce, Blueberry Sauce

     

    Morpeko’s Hungry W Sauce Omurice – ¥1,628

    Just like Morpeko can change between two forms via its Hunger Switch ability, this omurice too is served with two different flavoured sauces.

     

    Ingredients: Omurice, Demi Glace Sauce, Tomato Cream Sauce

     

    If you’ve yet to visit the Pokémon Cafe in Japan be sure to put it on your list of things-to-do, and expect to enjoy a whole range of Pokémon-themed treats!

     

     

    *All listed prices include tax

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    Pokémon, ポケットモンスター and ポケモン are registered trademarks of Nintendo, Creatures Inc., and GAME FREAK inc..

  • New Pokémon Anime Series ‘Pocket Monsters’ Opening Theme ‘1・2・3’ Released Digitally

    16.December.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    After the Rain, a collaborative duo formed by Mafumafu and Soraru, released their new song One, Two, Three (written as 1・2・3 in Japan) digitally on December 15, 2019.

    The song is being used as the first opening theme song to the new Pokémon anime series Pocket Monsters. It was written by Mafumafu who worked on the lyrics, composed song, and arranged the music.

     

    The two artists have a big online presence, with Mafumafu having over 850 million views on YouTube and 1.6 million followers on Twitter, and Soraru having over 180 million views and 1.4 million followers. They were chosen to perform the opening theme to create that sense of partnership, like Ash and Gou, Ash and Pikachu, or Gou and Scorbunny.

    The song was released on Mafumafu’s official YouTube channel and has amassed over 5.5 million views in less than a month.

    The song is garnering huge attention from both After the Rain fans and Pokémon fans alike. Details on the CD release have yet to be announced, but it is now streaming on Spotify and Apple Music and is available to download on iTunes. Links below.

     

    © Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku © Pokémon

  • Shibuya PARCOーWhere You Can Enjoy Everything: Anime, Games, Food, Fashion & More

    04.December.2019 | FEATURES / SPOT

    Shibuya PARCO finally opened its doors on November 22. The shopping complex is already receiving overwhelming love and attention as Shibuya’s newest tourist spot as it strives to offer itself as “a unique, next-generation facility” for the world.

     

    Boasting a gargantuan 193 shops, spanning fashion, food, art and more, Shibuya PARCO is a place where you can enjoy just about anything. MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON has compiled a list of our own recommended places from there for you, the readers, if you ever visit Shibuya.

     

    Mirai Sake/KUBOTA SAKE BAR (Floor B1F)

    Sake is a big part of Japanese culture, and is enjoyed by people worldwide. Mirai Sake/KUBOTA SAKE BAR are serving the ultimate sake experience, where you can select the drinks that best suit  your palate. The bar will serve original drinks, rare sake from ¥500 a cup, as well as food pairings from ¥400.

    There will also be 12 original cocktails judged by YUMMY SAKE. If you’ve found you’re not too good with sake, then you’re sure to find one you like when pulling up a stool here.

     

    Mirai Sake Official Website: https://miraisake.com/

     

     

    ONITSUKA (Floor 3F)

    Japanese fashion brand Onitsuka Tiger has announced a new luxury line entitled THE ONITSUKA. They have created a hybrid design combining formal shoes with sneakers that goes with a variety of styles, from suits to casual.

    The shoes are made from high quality leather from the brand Kobegyu Leather. The heal of the souls are equipped with αGEL Foam to offer comfort and shock resistance for dynamic movement. This line will also be available to purchase at a concept store opening in New York in March 2020.

     

    Onitsuka Tiger Official Website:  www.onitsukatiger.com

     

    AKIRA ART OF WALL (Floors 4F & B1F)

    The new PARCO MUSEUM TOKYO and GALLERY X housed inside Shibuya PARCO both aim to promote art and culture to the people of Tokyo. Decorating them as the opening exhibition is the “AKIRA ART OF WALL Katsuhiro Otomo × Kosuke Kawamura AKIRA ART EXHIBITION.” This art wall is in fact a relocation of the AKIRA art wall that had existed at the infrastructure building site in Shibuya for almost two years. Parts of it had been damaged over time, and so has resurfaced at the new museum.

    You can also get your hands on a range of merchandise, from classic manga prints to posters, clothing made in collaboration with apparel brands, and more. This is a limited-time exhibition, so if you’re in Tokyo this December, don’t miss out.

     

    ©MASH・ROOM/KODANSHA ©Kosuke Kawamura ©︎AKIRA ART OF WALL EXHIBITION

     

    AKIRA ART OF WALL Otomo Katsuhiro × Kosuke Kawamura AKIRA ART EXHIBITION

    Locations/Times

    PARCO MUSEUM TOKYO (Shibuya PARCO 4F): November 22, 2019 – December 16, 2019 @ 10:00-21:00

    GALLERY X (Shibuya PARCO B1F) November 22, 2019 – December 18, 2019 @ 10:00-21:00

    *Exhibitions at both sites will end at 18:00 on their final dates. Last entries to PARCO MUSEUM TOKYO are 30-minutes before closing times.

    Entry Price: General ¥1,000 / High School Students and Below ¥800 / Preschoolers – Free

    Exhibition Website: https://art.parco.jp/

     

     

    Nintendo TOKYO/6F

    At Nintendo TOKYO, the first long-awaited official Nintendo shop, fans can look forward to purchasing games, consoles, character merchandise, and more. There is also an area where you can play games, and events are scheduled to be held at the store.

    The store stocks lots of exclusive goods you won’t find anywhere else. If you love games, and you love Nintendo, then this place is a must-visit if in Tokyo.

     

    Nintendo TOKYO Official Website: https://www.nintendo.co.jp/officialstore/index.html

     

     

    Pokémon Center Shibuya (Floor 6F)

    Pokémon fans won’t be able to resist stepping into the Pokémon Center, where they can pick up countless Pokémon merch. Upon entry they’ll walk past a 2-meter tall Mewtwo.

    From plush toys to bags, kitchenware, stationary, Shibuya-exclusives and moreーstock up on all the Pokémon gear you could ever want. There’s even some items made in collaboration with Nintendo TOKYO which is just next door!

     

    Pokémon Center Official Website: https://www.pokemon.co.jp/gp/pokecen/

     

     

    いかがでしたか?いろいろなジャンルのお店が大集結している渋谷PARCOにぜひ足を運んでみてくださいね。

  • Pokémon Cosmetic Series: Face Masks, Hand Cream & Pouch Set Return in Limited Quantities

    26.November.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    We have good news for all you Trainers out there, whether you’ve picked up a copy of Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield (or both!) or you’re out there in the wild on Pokémon GO.

     

    Self-care is important when out there catching Pokémon, so the Pokémon Cosmetic Series has decided to restock some of their old favourites. The Pokémon Hand Cream & Pouch Set and Face Mask 5 Set were reintroduced to variety shops across Japan on Tuesday November 26, and they’re all available in limited quantities.

    The set of 5 face masks includes not only the Pikachu, Eevee, Snorlax and Mew designs from July, but the all-new Gengar edition too. They contain a mix of collagen, hyaluronic acid and shea butter, and are a perfect combatant to the dry weather this winter, ensuring your skin stays moisturised and beautiful. And since they come as a set, they would make for a great gift, especially for Christmas, or even for using during sleepovers with friends.

    The hand creams from this September gone have also made a return with each now coming as a set with their own pouches. The creams moisture hands skin, leaving them nice and smooth, and each has its own unique fragrance.

     

    The pouches can only be bought with these sets and feature the same Pokémon as their respective creams. Their small size means you can put them into your handbag too.

    Also, every Train who spends over ¥2,000 (excluding tax) on these items will receive an acrylic charm too which can hook onto your pouch, handbag, backpackーwherever you keep your TMs and Poké Balls! There’s 8 to catch, and they’re given out randomly. Which one has caught your eye the most?

  • Frozen 2: Make Your Makeup as Beautiful as Elsa With This Tutorial

    22.November.2019 | FASHION / FEATURES

    Frozen 2 dropped its icy embrace on the world today and Disney fans are more thrilled than ever.

     

    All of the characters in the film have their own charm, but it’s Elsa whose beauty has captivated the world over. With the release of the new film and the cold approach of winter, why not try doing your makeup like the queen of Arendelle?

     

    Step ①: Cheeks

    Fallen pink snowflakes on those sweet cheeks

    Use a blueish-pink blush and apply lower than your cheekbone and on the tip of your nose. Blend in a circular motion to make the blush round. This will create a white, almost transparent glow and will uplift your cheeks.

     

    Step ②: Eyeshadow

    Bewitching purple to stand out in a snowy world

    Apply a reddish-purple eyeshadow over your eyelidd. A tip is to connect the outline the inner and outer corners of your eyes with a straight line. Then add a bold and shiny purple shadow on top of that across your eyelids. Apply to your lower eyelid too beneath the pupil. If the outline of your eyeshadow has an oblong shape when you open your eye, that’s good.

     

    Step ③: Eyeliner

    Eyeliner to look like a sophisticated queen

    Using a black liquid eyeliner, follow your eyeline from the inner corner to the outer corner of your eye. Extend the outer line a little and make it parallel. For your lower eyelid, use a black pencil to fill between your eyelashes.

     

    Step ④: Lipstick

    Pink lips ready to sing

    Use a blueish-pink lipstick on your lips, and make sure it’s layered on nice and thick to serve that sweet aesthetic.

     

    An elegant queen that can harness the ice and the snow

    Elsa has the power to turn anything she touches into ice. If you catch a gaze of her enchanting purple eyeshadowed eyes, your heart is sure to skip a beat. If you follow these four makeup points, you too can easily look like the ice queen herself. A perfect look for dates, parties and get-togethers this winter season.

     

     

    The long-awaited sequel to Disney’s blockbuster animated is finally upon us. The first Frozen film touched the entire world with its frosty beauty with both its story and music. Let It Go in particular was a worldwide phenomenon, and was an immense hit in Japan too.

    Frozen 2 sees Elsa embark on a dangerous journey with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven as she discovers why she was born with magical powers, the answer to which is threatening her kingdom.

    The new film’s main theme, Into The Unknown, captures the complex feelings and emotions Elsa holds as she steps forth, with all her anxieties and hopes, into a new world.

     

    Frozen 2 Trailer Japanese Version

    The first Frozen film was a widespread global hit and there’s no denying that Frozen 2 will follow in its footsteps. Get together with your family, friends or lover to watch it for the best experience.

     

     

    *All cosmetics used are personal items owned by the stylist

     

    Model: Aiko

    Writer: Ai Watanabe

    Photographer: Haruka Yamamoto

    Makeup: 橋本 裕介

    Translator: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga

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