From traditional kimono styles, to modern street fashions like Decora, Japanese fashion has a long history. Traditional fashions still play a role in the fashion scene in Japan, with modern resurgences of kimono and yukata everyday fashion. Additionally, since it's beginnings in the 1960s and 1970s, Japanese street fashion, created on the streets of fashion communities like Harajuku and Shibuya, have also come to have a great presence at home and abroad.
Japanese fashions are varied and many, including cute, goth, cool, sexy, and many other types of styles. No matter your tastes, there is a Japanese fashions style that fits almost anyone!
From older fashions, to the newest trends, this wiki contains pages discussing all of Japan's varied fashion trends! Try checking out our Styles by Decade page, or Substyles page, to find your favorite style. Or browse and discover something new!
Garner, Ashley. “Japanese Fashion: A History.” L'Etage Magazine, 5 Aug. 2015, www.letagemagazine.com/japanese-fashion-a-history/.