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Adrenaline High at Fuji Q Highland featuring Japanese Sukajan Souvenir Jackets

What better way to match the wild and fun Sukajan designs than to wear them at one of the world's most thrilling parks, the Fuji Q Highland! The Japan Lover Me team dared the record breaking amusement park last winter to showcase our Sukajan jackets. These jackets are perfect to wear during the autumn and [...]

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How To Style A Japanese Sukajan Souvenir Jacket

Sukajans or Souvenir Jackets play a big role in defining “Japanese Street Fashion”. The Japanese Souvenir Jacket carries both Uniqueness and Creativity, but at the same time it also brings “funk” and class altogether! So today, we will be guiding you on how to style your Japanese Souvenir Jackets to create that Japanese Street Fashion [...]

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5 Reasons You Should Invest in a Sukajan "Souvenir Jacket"

We’ve just stepped into 2016, and already we’re starting to think about the Spring and Summer! And if you have your fingers on the pulse of fashion, you would know that the sukajan, otherwise known to the world as “ souvenir jackets” or “bomber jackets” is poised to become a signature piece for the season. From [...]

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Japanese Sukajan / Souvenir Jacket Picks From Japan Lover Me Store

Hi JapanLovers! For this week's kawaii Sukajan art series by our very own Little Miss Paintbrush, we have chosen the following designs to showcase our favorite souvenir jacket designs from Japan Lover Me Store! If you're interested in the history of these badass jackets, do read our write-up about the Japanese Sukajan! Japanese SCRIPT Zen Simple Wagara Japonican [...]

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Japan Lover Me Store Sukajan Measurement Guide & Tutorial

Our Sukajan jackets have different sizes and most of the time, the jackets have only one (1) size per design. To help you in assessing if a certain Sukajan jacket design will fit perfectly on you when it arrives, we have decided to come up with this guide / tutorial. To start, get your favorite jacket [...]

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Top Sukajan Souvenir Jackets From Japan Lover Me Store!

Hello JapanLovers!We would like to share our current Sukajan / Souvenir Jacket favorites from our very own Japan Lover Me store! The kawaii art is done by our creative head, Little Miss Paintbrush!Hyakka Ryoran Japanese Sakura Cherry Blossoms Katsushika Hokusai Nami Wave Flowers Sukajan Jacket★ ★ ★ ★ ★Japanese KARL HELMUT Designer High Fashion Eagle Hawk Tiger Tora Street [...]

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LA FEET: Shoes That Will Revolutionize How The World Walks

It was not long ago when the world, thanks for the prying eyes of progressive fashionistas, was awed by the presence of the split-toe shoes native to Japan called "Jika Tabi". To the insatiable curiosity of the gazing foreigners, the shoes have come to be known in the mainstream as ninja or samurai shoes which [...]

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SUKAJAN: The Coolest Japanese Souvenir Jackets

Japanese Souvenir Jackets or more famously known as the "Sukajan" (Skajang/Skajan) trace their roots during the World War II when the American troops stationed in the Pacific have wanted to have some "memories" or souvenirs of their foreign assignments to bring back home to mainland. It has sort of become a solidarity uniform or remembrance [...]

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The Badass Japanese Jackets: The Japan Lover Me Store Sukajan Collection

Sukajans are cool-looking jackets that we often see that are worn by yankees or delinquent characters in anime or Japanese dramas. Every design embedded in the sukajan shows various aspects of the Japanese culture, both traditional and modern, and even the combination of the both.  For today’s sukajan showcase, here are our featured sukajans modeled by JLM model, Sachiko. Show off a [...]

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The Dazzling Dreams of Sachiko

We had a fun and wacky photo-shoot for Japan Lover Me Store here at Kawagoe, located in Saitama Prefecture. Kawagoe is known as “The Little Edo of Japan”, a city which is very rich in history.Highlights: Toki no Kane. The clock tower that serves as the symbol of Kawagoe. It still tells the time for [...]

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