Japan has long been known for its age-old tradition of bathhouses, but what would a trend be if it didn’t have a unique Japanese twist?
Bathhouses in Japan have recently branched out and created niche experiences, with green tea baths and sake baths for the more adventurous.
While Christmas isn't a holiday that's typically celebrated in Japan, it's become a tradition to celebrate it by dining at a KFC.
Hoping for a good substitute for foreigners, the fast-food joint has now even become popular among the locals, with many ordering their KFC meal weeks in advance to make sure they can eat it on Christmas eve.
Any Flavor Kit-Kats
From matcha to grilled corn, in Japan, you can get any kind of Kit-Kat you want, and when we say any, we mean it!
With more than 300 different flavors to choose from, you can try wasabi, miso, and even sweet potato. Kit-Kat's popularity might be due to its name, which often translates to "you will win" in Japanese, which makes it as good a gift as a good-luck card.
Cult-like Party Kei
This trend's main theme is curated around looks that use both ‘80s-‘90s characters combined with angelic-like influences.
The style dabbles in white with varying shades and tones– coupled with laces, textured fabrics, and light pastel for that angelic look, while still relevant for the street.
Inspired by Russia
We all know by now that Tokyo's fashion trends are all the rage and devoted followers are always on the lookout for the next trend.
Something new that's popped up in recent years is Japan's obsession with Eastern European fashion, with the public parading Cyrillic-lettered clothing and loving it.