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Waraku, Japanese fashion in Venice

by Ariel (editor), Venice, CA, November 07, 2006


If you are looking for the latest fashion trends from Japan, look no further, Waraku on Abbot Kinney is there for you.

Located right next to the popular bar The Other Room, Waraku is a small store offering a very large selection of sneakers, t-shirts and other fashion accessories directly imported from the street culture of Tokyo. There are some unique sneakers and many limited editions from Nike, Asics Onitsuka, Puma, Adidas, etc. along with Japanese brands like Patrick and Namitatsu which will soon hit the U.S. market. Digging up through Waraku's large collection of sneakers will most likely end up with nice surprises.

Waraku also carries original apparel for men and women designed by Namitatsu, Studio Dartisan, Buden and many other Japanese brands that make the Tokyo's street culture what it is today.

Yasu and the other members of Waraku's staff are very friendly and will be happy to introduce you to the Japanese culture and fashion.

All in all, Waraku is another one of the amazing stores that populate the very trendy Abbot Kinney Blvd.

To check out their online store and get detailed directions, go to

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