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WHITE RABBIT - Electro Party @Trump Room Shibuya - VIDEO

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Wicked night at Trump Room on 3 FLOORS with 26 DJs. WHITE RABBIT and Vein hosted the TECHNO star ETNIK from Skrillex's label OWSLA. It was pure BASS music.

ABOUT ETNIK
With releases on Boys Noize Records, OWSLA, and support from Boys Noize, Skrillex, Deadmau5, countless remixes, and a recent collaboration with Mykki Blanco, Etnik is being described by Mixmag, LessThan3, This Song is Sick, and NEST simply as a TECHNO PRODIGY.

NEXT EVENT // 次のイベントhttps://www.facebook.com/events/871428942903228/Posted by White Rabbit on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

video by Roman Kasei

CHARLIE BROWN - HANAMI in Tokyo

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Hanami

Hanami (花見) is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers, "flower" in this case almost always meaning cherry blossoms ("sakura") or (less often) plum blossoms ("ume"). From the end of March to early May, sakura bloom all over Japan, and around the first of February on the island of Okinawa. The blossom forecast (桜前線) is announced each year by the weather bureau, and is watched carefully by those planning hanami as the blossoms only last a week or two. In modern-day Japan, hanami mostly consists of having an outdoor party beneath the sakura during daytime or at night. In some contexts the Sino-Japanese term kan'ō (観桜) is used instead, particularly for festivals. Hanami at night is called yozakura (夜桜). In many places such as Ueno Park temporary paper lanterns are hung for the purpose of yozakura. On the island of Okinawa, decorative electric lanterns are hung in the trees for evening enjoyment, such as on th…

TOP CAT - BUN THE SENSI dubplate - DJ SAZA

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DJ SAZA (JUMPJUMP TOKYO) biography

Dj Saza has been in the game for 13 years now.
He started as a drum n bass DJ in Paris in small bars.
Then he has dj in the biggest clubs in Paris (Cabaret Sauvage, Rex Club, Batofar, La Java, Le Glazart, Le Nouveau Casino, Social Club…) with the drum n bass headz (Andy C, Dj Fresh, General Levy, Dirty Phonics, Twisted Individual, Asia Dub Foundation, Jamalski ...).
He has also promoted parties with the biggest electro promoters in Paris : Black Label, NeoPopArt and Tekaway .

SInce 2009, Saza has made Tokyo his new headquarter.
He has already organized lots of parties and dj in numerous clubs (Womb, Le Baron, Velours, La Fabrique, Amrax, Trump Room, Module, R Lounge…) with big Electro and Drum N Bass names (Autokratz, John Lord Fonda, Myss, M.S.K, Dj Taar, Crystal, Keenhouse, Lenzman, Makoto, Cause for Concern, Etnik, Velocity, Dj Baku…).
His music box contains lots of Drum N Bass, Dubstep and Trap tracks.

Besides that, Saza is the founder of t…

DJANGO RADIO

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DJANGO RADIO Biographie

DjangoRadio c'est juste un kiff': celui d'faire d'la radio...en solo dans ma piaule avec mon p'tit matos et mes quelques sons...
Rien de vraiment sérieux, juste un Kiff' !!!

Qui veut faire pareil ??!! Allez branchez-vous et on fait d'la radio ENSEMBLE ! Ca peut être drôle, non ?

DJANGO RADIO

A Look Inside the Maison Kitsune Gallery Pop-Up in Hong Kong

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Redefining classic tailoring for both men and women with modern appeal, Maison Kitsune continues to expand its foray in fashion with its latest extension in Hong Kong. Leading up to its unveiling, Kitsune recently took part in Hong Kong’s Art Basel frenzy with the launch of Maison Kitsune Gallery — a pop-up store situated in Hong Kong’s shopping district, Causeway Bay.

Taking place the past weekend, founders Masaya Kuroki and Gildas Loaec tapped good friend and collaborator Andre Saraiva to decorate the store’s interior, as a wondrous cityscape filled with Mr. A illustrations overhaul the walls. Like Kitsune’s outposts in Paris, Tokyo and New York, the store carries the brand’s latest street-meets-luxury range, such as the popular “Parisien” New Era cap, patterned suits and tees, and collaborative eyewear with Oliver Peoples. Alongside a bevy of fashion and lifestyle goods, a special “Hongkongais” sweater and tote is also available in commemoration of the launch. Check out the pop…

Andy Warhol x Medicom Toy 400% Bearbrick

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Fans of the pop art movement will want to take note of Medicom Toy’s latest release. The Japanese toymaker is set to release a set of Bearbricks that pay tribute to the late, great Andy Warhol, with the toy sporting Warhol’s signature glasses, his distinct high cheekbones and even his unique style of dress. The Bearbrick will be available in the 400% and 1000% sizes (280mm and 700mm, respectively), and are available now from Medicom in limited quantities starting at a price of ¥8,800 JPY (approximately $75 USD).

from Hypebeast

SOPH. Opens A+S Sneaker Store in Tokyo

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This weekend sees the debut of the latest retail venture from Japan’s SOPH. Dubbed “A+S” (for “Architecture and Sneakers”), the brand new sneaker-centric space is located above SOPH.’s Harajuku location and offers a carefully curated selection of footwear alongside a smattering of sportswear like tees, sweats, and caps. SOPH.’s new space held its grand opening today, March 21 at 12:00 p.m. local time.

A+S
2F 3-34-10 Jingumae Shibuya-Ku
Tokyo 150-0001
Japan



from Hypebeast

Hajime Sorayama @ Fifty24SF Gallery in San Francisco

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Upper Playground has organized a special print show together with Fifty24SF, showcasing works by renowned Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama. Having won the highest achievement in air-brush artistry, the Vargas Award, Sorayama’s imaginative, erotic pieces often feature feminine robotic chrome figures in sexualized poses — a signature style that the artist has perfected over the last 40 years. His work can be found in permanent displays at MoMA, the Smithsonian Institue, and the US Library of Congress. Based in San Francisco, the exhibition will open on April 4 spanning until April 26, showcasing the new and old prints by one of the most influential pin-up artists of our time. For more information, visit the websites of the artist and the gallery.

Fifty24SF Gallery
218 Fillmore St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
United States



fro; Hypebeast

Report : Japan's Disposable Workers : Net Cafe Refugees

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Internet cafes have existed in Japan for over a decade, but in the mid 2000’s, customers began using these spaces as living quarters. Internet cafe refugees are mostly temporary employees; their salary too low to rent their own apartments.

Japan's Disposable Workers: Net Cafe Refugees from MediaStorm on Vimeo.

Source : MediaStorm PRO

TOKYO SCRAMBLE 90's NIGHT @TRUMP ROOM 04/18

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Saturday 18th april 2015

TOKYO SCRAMBLE 90's NIGHT
electro disco funk all mix

More than 200 scramblers expected!!
This time Tokyo Scramble create the party that will make you go back to the 90's !!!
Let's time travel for a night to this period so special for the most of us!!
Your favorite 90's Hits may be played ;) !!

With DJ SAZA
KEIGO
and many more

WHEN : April 18 Sat. ( 23H ~ START —> 5H)
WHERE : Trump Room ( Tokyo, shibuya-ku jinnan 1-12-14 hoshi build.)
WHO : Student, worker, traveler, party people etc… Everyone can participate to this party!!!

ENTRANCE: ¥2000
90's DRESSCODE: ¥500 OFF ! ! !

!!!!!!!FREE FOR APRIL BIRTHDAY PEOPLE !!!!!!!!

2 FLOOR , 13 DJs with good sounds coming directly from >>>the 90's!!
* Mini-game to give you chance to get free drink*

EVISU x Moleskine Special Edition Notebook

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Japanese denim label EVISU has teamed up with Moleskine for a collaborative special edition notebook. Moleskine’s classic notebook is redesigned with a monotone black-and-white color theme and the fashion brand’s signature slogan, “Before anyone did anything, EVISU did everything” in white lettering across the front. The center page features a word search puzzle game, and the last page is a piece of denim-printed paper with EVISU’s iconic seagull logo. You can purchase the EVISU x Moleskine Special Edition Notebook in-store at EVISU locations as well as online, for $35 USD.



from hypebeast

Yohji Yamamoto to Collaborate With Hello Kitty Parent Company Sanrio

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In one of the more unlikely collaborative endeavors in recent memory, famed designer Yohji Yamamoto is set to team up with Hello Kitty‘s parent company Sanrio to launch a brand new label. Dubbed “Kitty’s,” the relationship will see Yamamoto and his team in charge of development, production, and branding while Sanrio will handle the retail side of things, as well as character approval for the line. At launch, Kitty’s is expected to feature everything from tees, polos, sweatshirts, and jackets to backpacks, bags, cases and caps — all of which will come emblazoned with characters like Hello Kitty and My Melody and retail for between ¥8,800 JPY (approximately $81 USD) and ¥40,000 JPY (approximately $330 USD).

The collaborative Kitty’s will debut March 25 at Isetan in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district before hitting Osaka on April 2.

from Hypebeast

TOKYO BASS CONFERENCE @Hachi (Photo Report 2)

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Epic night organised by Tokyo Bass Music Crew at Hachi Club in Aoyama Tokyo. 3 floors crowed with big bad sound. Dj Baku and all the djs offered super sets !!!