日本での一年間

February 28, 2011

New Years Sales in Osaka

Filed under: Domestic, Kansai, Trips — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — myyearinjapan @ 10:28 pm

Very few places were open just after New Years in Osaka, but there were some stores open. My friends and I wanted to go somewhere or do something, so our only option was to shop!

sale!

Sign announcing the sale.

fur

It seems like fur is really in right now. I wonder how much of it is real fur and how much is imitation fur.

fur

More fur, and leopard print! But if the point of fur is to stay warm, then this outfit is a massive failure.

fur

There's fur on the boots too. For the cheap cheap price of 6,520 yen (about 70 USD)! (Is that cheap? I dunno. I think they could be cheaper.) I like the squirrel sitting next to those boots.

fur

Fur's in for men's fashion too.

megaphone

There were many girls with megaphones entice people into their stores by promoting their store's sale. Look at the eyelashes.

sale girl

Another girl with a megaphone trying to get people to shop in her store. Check out those eyelashes and that bow! This girl actually asked me to take her picture.

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2 Comments »

  1. […] most are from shopping over the New Years holiday, so it’s basically a continuation of my previous post. I saw a lot of young girls rocking the pair look (ペアルック pe-ah, ru-ku. That's […]

    Pingback by Various Osaka Pictures « 日本での一年間 — March 2, 2011 @ 5:37 am

  2. I have just heard about the Tsunami and earthquake in Japan. I trust you and friends and everyone is safe and out of harms way.The news reported that the trains are closed down.Hospitals report that only emergencies will be allowed. My prayers are with you all.

    Comment by Sandra — March 11, 2011 @ 1:02 pm


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