New Japanese beverage Calpis bottles reveal gorgeous pairs of anime illustrations when you finish drinking
Japan’s popular dessert rice ball cakes return with online order and new sakura flavor
Elegant sakura Japanese sake cups bloom into colorful cherry blossoms with chilled sake
Calling out Catcalls: Manga Seeks to Raise Awareness of Street Harassment
Carry Your Kitty Goods With Furry Cat Paw And Squishy Toe Bean Drawstring Bags
Meowth Is The Newest Adorable Pokemon PC Cushion Rest For Your Wrists
For over 30 years, master of manga horror Junji Ito (who we had the pleasure of interviewing) has been showing fright fans around the world just how beautifully terror can be illustrated. His stories are bone-chilling on their own, but his dark and distinct artwork may be what pulls readers into his universes of dread.
Recently the celebrated horror mangaka's artwork has found its infecting the fashion world, with a lineup of Uzumaki Soichi. That trend continues, this time with the beautiful and mysterious Tomie as the centerpiece in collaboration with Yohji Yamamoto's brand S'YTE.
The two are teaming up for terrifying Tomie T-shirts!
The lineup of Tomie shirts will be first be sold at a special cashless pop up store March 4th-21st located in Roppongi Hills, before being made available at the brand's online store. Each shirt is priced at 6,930 yen.
Those who look to purchase in person at the pop up shop can do so at the below address.
S'YTE Roppongi Hills Limited Store
Open period: March 4th (Thu) - 21st (Sun), 2012
Address: Hillside 2F, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo