When you're looking for an unusual gift, this Hiroo boutique dedicated to the work of Showa-era illustrator Junichi Nakahara usually delivers. An influential figure in the post-war fashion world, Nakahara is now recognised as one of the godfathers of the shojo manga genre, and his pictures of sharply attired ladies lend themselves as well to t-shirts as to stationery, brooches and book covers. There's also a range of prints on offer, while the small selection of blouses and tops is ideal for anyone hoping to give themselves a retro makeover.



5-4-16 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Transport Hiroo Station (Hibiya line)

Telephone 03 5791 2373

Open Daily 11.30am-8pm


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