Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Kawaii in Japanese culture

Is a general term which often anime, manga, or Japanese fashion fans are used by the "kawaii." For those who are unfamiliar it usually means pretty, but sometimes can look attractive or daughter. Although the term usually refers to the cute Japanese stuff or characters, it's so much popularity that it does not matter anything cute for a common origin has been described is obtained.

Big-eyed cartoon characters, happy faces with food, and lovely out of the ordinary shows up out of Asia for many may seem though, it's just lovely to be a part of Japanese culture and well as other Asian countries between accepted. How integral is so kawaii in Japanese culture? Just view magazines or newspapers on the streets of Japan or walk around, and you will see how great is my limit really.

Companies, organizations, cities, police stations and more, in Japan, as their mascot is a cute character are bound. Not only that, but these characters, especially a large corporation or an organization relate to many of history and personality is. Take for example, Sony's mascot, a white cat named Toro. Toro mascot is not just a dead, he or she has a birthday, likes certain foods, dislike, and desire to become human.

Many of these mascots designed super-deformed style, which is specialized in Japanese animation and comics are. And what exactly is super distorted? Large eyes, over-sized heads, small bodies, non-specific parts, big eyes and hair that usually defies the laws of gravity: it is a style of cartoon in which characters are drawn with exaggerated proportions. Characters that are often designed in such a way that people respond as "kawaii" to obtain.

Prevalent not only among cartoon characters are cute, but is also in Japanese fashion. Japanese fashion styles, some of which take on an entirely different level is a wide array of cuteness. Although these styles are not part of the mainstream, you often see them around the streets of Harajuku. And what style it may be?

There Decora, which focuses on accessorizing the top and pink and blue to bright colors as children. Typically, these style hair clip that holds the many strawberries, desserts, and bow charm wears. Bright socks, funky leg warmers, and Sanrio type bags are often worn.

Another style sweet lolita, most notably the focus on light-colored pink and blue baby is called. Regardless of what color suggests, this style is actually based on Victorian or Rococo fashion, and a reason why fashion is an integral part of petticoats worn one. Not very popular and far from the daily commute though, there are brands for this style are fully completed.

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