Friday, December 11, 2009

Japanese Lolita Blogs

I have a blog roll a mile long, and some of my favorite blogs on it are ones I can't even read! Yep, that's right, Japanese Lolita blogs. I'll be sharing a few of my favorites with you today, please excuse me if I do something like get the name of the blog, what it is supposed to be for, or if it is something like some famous idol you think I should know incorrect, as I said, I cannot actually read these blogs, I just love to drool over the eye candy. And please excuse my crushing ignorance of what is going on in the Japanese Lolita scene, as I certainly don't live there, and even my tastes in Jrock haven't been updated in about five years.
Flasco- My favorite of all the Japanese Lolita blogs. I actually have no idea if this is a shop, but I am under the impression that it is, correct me if I am wrong. I just love this blog. The coordinates are so beautiful and inspiring. I could spend all day clicking through this blog and just drooling.
The Diary or Metamorphose- Actually, here's a Lolita brand blog in English! I really do love you Meta T_T You care so much. The English blog seems fairly new, so there isn't much in the way of older posts, check out their Japanese blog for more. Meta's blog is great for oogling, but sadly, there aren't any coordinates posted, which is such a shame because coordinating Meta's prints is always so fun.
BABY/A&P金沢店☆Rose mary online☆- A Baby and AatP (which I still refuse to call "A&P" since I get it confused with both AP and the supermarket) blog. Pretty much just a "what's new" blog, but lots of sexy close-ups of prints and lace.
Emily Temple Cute- ETC isn't always for me, their clothes are just sometimes too casual for my liking, but I just can't get enough of their cute coordinates! Nearly all of their posts are filled with very creative coordinates that often inspire me to try adding a bit more colors than I normally would to my own coordinates.
Atelier Pierrot actually has several blogs (1, 2, 3, 4)- This one is my favorite of the four, probably because the pictures don't look like they were taken with a cell phone. Each of these blogs is sprinkled with coordinates, each and every one of them awesome. But then again, I can oogle the dresses posted even if they aren't coordinated, Atelier Pierrot is just that beautiful.
Mille*Feuille Collection- Another blog that I am unsure if it is a shop or not. Not many coordinate pictures, but lots of pictures of clothes from a variety of brands that are beautiful enough without coordination.
さっちゃんのお菓子な魔法 & マザーグースの天窓- Behold  that crushing ignorance I spoke of earlier! These are the two blogs from what I refer to as "Those two girls with the big eyes and huge bonnets that I think are in a band or something". If you want to get technical, that band is Kokusyoku Sumire, and I have never heard it, but these girls sure are adorable, so I frequent their blogs to stare at their cute clothes and generally not really know who they are. Oops, maybe I should.
Bell de Poupee- What's this? I am not 100% sure, cute pins and hair accessories. I like to look and add the pictures to my mental "Oh I could make that... one day..." list.
*いちごの窓灯り*- An adorable blog by an adorable Sweet/Classic Lolita! Her style reminds me of the old school Sweet Lolita, which I just can't get enough of.
Aristocratic Maiden- A lovely blog by a Classic and Victorian influenced Lolita. Filled with lots of beautiful coordinates modeled by the blogger.
World is まいン- This blogger has a very cute and unique style that is almost a Classical/Casual mix. Her coordinates are adorable and creative.
黙れ小僧-I'm not too keen on the Spank-esque fashion, but this girl is just too adorable. And her Lolita coordinates are just so hyper cute and creative that you can't help but like them.

So, these are a few of my favorite Japanese Lolita blogs. I just started getting into Japanese blogs a couple months ago and have been on the look out for more. I am especially interested in finding some more Gothic and Classic blogs, anyone got any suggestions? What is your favorite Japanese Lolita blog?
And thanks again to the questions I have been getting for Ask Miss Caro-chan section! Keep the questions coming :D I hope to answer one each Saturday or Sunday.

19 comments:

  1. oh i love japanse blogs, even though i cant understand either
    i think these blogs would like you

    http://yaplog.jp/kmbuuuu/

    http://yaplog.jp/wautaro3/

    http://utsugixtarte.blog74.fc2.com/
    http://yaplog.jp/banb777meiji/


    i love your blog btw
    i just started mine! i hope you can take a look

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  2. I follow many of the same brand/shop blogs you do but had no idea that Atelier Pierrot had so many! Thanks for sharing - I'm adding them all to my RSS reader XD

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  3. Flasco is, in fact, a shop; they sell a bunch of different gothic and punk brands IIRC c:

    I hadn't heard of a number of the blogs you posted, and they're all so fun to read~ This one is my personal favourite, the girl who writes it has this really amazing style that alternates between old-school Pink House and older sweet lolita.

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  4. Like that outfit at the top :o)

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  5. Flasco is a blog by the staff members of a gothic/lolita shop in several locations around Japan. ^^ I know a little Japanese, and I use a program in Firefox called Rikaichan to help me read the kanji.

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  6. LOL, "World Is (translation: Mine)".
    And I know the roundy-faced one from KyoukuSyouku Sumire is called Sachi...But that's where my knowledge ends!

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  7. @Lessie- Thank you for the links! I'll be checking them, and your blog, out tonight!

    @wonderfinch- Aah thank you for letting me know! I thought maybe they were a shop. Which blog is your favorite? If you posted a link it for some reason didn't show up

    @Yve- Isn't it beautiful!? It's just so classy.

    @Kagitsune- Thank you for letting me know! I don't know any Japanese XD But if I did, that program sounds very handy.

    @Anon- I didn't even know that much XD They are adorable though!

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  8. I also love Flasco! I frequently go there to drool over the great coordinates :D And I also found the brand Schwarz Schmetterling through them and I love their designs!
    Flasco inspired me to start a tumblr for pictures XD

    And thank you for all the other links, there were several blogs I didn't know or ollowed yet and I saw many interesting things. :)

    (And I think Kokusyoku Sumire is actually bigger in Europe than the US. They play in France often and they are going to have a Europe tour next spring. Hopefully in Germany too. My boyfriend loves their music)

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  9. You can translate all those blogs with Google Translate. Some of them have interesting ideas/recipes/etc. :)

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  10. Hi! I just discovered your blog. I like it very much, it's fun to read and well documented, inspiring as well.
    Bell de Poupee is a japanese brand, I bought a haircomb at the Sumire no Tenmado last year - Kokusyoku Sumire's café in Tokyo.

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  11. hi! i have been a silent follower for months and i really love your blog and everything about lolita. i'm looking forward to more helpful posts in the future! cheers and good luck! :)

    http://ruffledteadiary.blogspot.com/

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  12. I also love Flasco! I frequently go there to drool over the great coordinates :D And I also found the brand Schwarz Schmetterling through them and I love their designs!
    Flasco inspired me to start a tumblr for pictures XD

    And thank you for all the other links, there were several blogs I didn't know or ollowed yet and I saw many interesting things. :)

    (And I think Kokusyoku Sumire is actually bigger in Europe than the US. They play in France often and they are going to have a Europe tour next spring. Hopefully in Germany too. My boyfriend loves their music)

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  13. @Lessie- Thank you for the links! I'll be checking them, and your blog, out tonight!

    @wonderfinch- Aah thank you for letting me know! I thought maybe they were a shop. Which blog is your favorite? If you posted a link it for some reason didn't show up

    @Yve- Isn't it beautiful!? It's just so classy.

    @Kagitsune- Thank you for letting me know! I don't know any Japanese XD But if I did, that program sounds very handy.

    @Anon- I didn't even know that much XD They are adorable though!

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  14. LOL, "World Is (translation: Mine)".
    And I know the roundy-faced one from KyoukuSyouku Sumire is called Sachi...But that's where my knowledge ends!

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  15. Flasco is a blog by the staff members of a gothic/lolita shop in several locations around Japan. ^^ I know a little Japanese, and I use a program in Firefox called Rikaichan to help me read the kanji.

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  16. Like that outfit at the top :o)

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  17. Flasco is, in fact, a shop; they sell a bunch of different gothic and punk brands IIRC c:

    I hadn't heard of a number of the blogs you posted, and they're all so fun to read~ This one is my personal favourite, the girl who writes it has this really amazing style that alternates between old-school Pink House and older sweet lolita.

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  18. oh i love japanse blogs, even though i cant understand either
    i think these blogs would like you

    http://yaplog.jp/kmbuuuu/

    http://yaplog.jp/wautaro3/

    http://utsugixtarte.blog74.fc2.com/
    http://yaplog.jp/banb777meiji/


    i love your blog btw
    i just started mine! i hope you can take a look

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  19. I follow many of the same brand/shop blogs you do but had no idea that Atelier Pierrot had so many! Thanks for sharing - I'm adding them all to my RSS reader XD

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