Harajuku style fashion is the center of attention by Japanese hipsters. What make Harajuku so popular are the reasonable price and many pop and pretty shops. This article is about Lolita fashion, one of the most popular Harajuku styles.
You can see more detailed information about Harajuku style at “Style in Fashion at Harajuku Now”
Lolita Fashion is one of the styles that became the trend from 1990 onward in Japan. It expresses prettiness of girl and beauty of cute devil. The excessively gorgeous roundish skirt characterizes the girl-oriented street fashion style. The taste is different from “sweetie” to “Adult coordinate” depending on each brand. There are many brand shops that Lolita fashion lovers admire such as Laforet Harajuku that is called holy place of Lolita Fashion.
If you are getting interested in Lolita Fashion, you don’t have to buy those clothes right now. Why don’t you go to experience salon to try that kind of clothes? Like Kimono, there are some shops where you can try wearing Lolita fashion. This cosplay-like way of enjoying Lolita fashion is getting popular now.
There are many Lolita fashion brand shops in Harajuku and Shinjuku. Those who want to check out various brands at once, Shinjuku Marui One is the place to go. There are brands such as “ALICE and the PIRATES”, “PEACE NOW”, and “Angelic Pretty”. And in Harajuku, Laforet Harajuku has “metamorphose temps de fille”, “ATELIER-PIERROT”, and so on.
Maison de julietta is a salon specialized in Lolita fashion where everyone can become a “Lolita”. You can put on some clothes of popular Lolita fashion brands such as “BABY, THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT”, “ALICE and the PIRATES”, “Angelic Pretty” and “metamorphose temps de fille”. After getting dressed by professional makeup staff, you can take photos of yourself.
Opening Hour：11:00 am ～ 9:00 pm
close：They close irregularly
Address：1.5F, Laforet Harajuku, 1-11-6, Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to
Official Web Site：http://www.maison-de-julietta.com/
1-minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line Meiji-jingumae Station
5-minutes walk from JR Yamanote Line Harajuku Station
7-minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Hanzo-mon Line, Ginza Line Omote-sando Station