Walk down the street in style with this retro inspired T. Everyone knows and loves the 1980s japanese video game which made its mark on 20th century pop culture. Now live out your childhood with this Pac-Man Eco T-shirt for around $40.00.
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This deliciously delectable item, it pure japanese kitsch. This realistic display of of sushi would make the perfect gift who cool item to add to your collection, at only 8,480 yen.
Indulge in the delectable.
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This japanese retro watch from Seahope is a perfect addition to finalise your vintage look. The watch face is a mini LCD sign board screen on your arm, which offers a unusual design feature to any other watch. You can pick this up for ¥25,200 .
Tell the time with style.
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This animation by Japanese creator Masaaki Yuasa is being hailed a classic great, not only for 2008 but of all time. The visual imagery is a throwback to 1970s animation, with its simple and touching designs. Something seen as childish and cheap, but in Kaiba is transformed into something stylistically retro and chic.
Not only does the animation catch your eye but the story line delivers something new, abstract and delicious. Kaiba is essentially a science fiction love story, set in a world where memories can be transferred to new bodies and even sold. Kaiba, the main character, awakes to find he has no memory, as we watch him travel across space in search of some kind of origin.
This animation won a prize in excellence for animation at the Japan 2008 Arts Media Festival.
It’s worth the watch.