A gallery of Japanese street style fashion is so much more everything than your average. Bright colours, weird combinations, crazy layering and a whole heap of kawaii (Japanese for "cute") ideas to pore over. I recall spending a lot of time as a student looking the street style book Fruits, which was created out of hundreds of street shots from the fanzine of the same name. Tokyo is obviously the hub when it comes to the most documented Japanese street style, with the wild ensembles of Harajuku girls at the fore.
From unusual hair and beauty ideas through to a constant master class in how to wear colour, prints and flat shoes, here are some of our favourite looks from Japan.