Friday, November 26, 2010

Party @ Yuunyan's ゆうにゃんのパーティー

Last time I visited the store Daisy in Shibuya 109-2 Yuunyan on this picture
invited me to his special party at club Atom tonight.

I got very suprised when he invited me, because he's one of the most popular
Men's Egg Youth models right now.

Me and Jenny, who loves Yuunyan's best friend Masshu,
had been looking forward to this party for a week, so we went a little bit crazy before the party as you can see... :/

We warmed up by taking our regular walk in Shibuya 109-2. First a short visit to Daisy where we talked with Yuunyan about tonight's party, then we headed off to Vice Fairy.

In Vice Fairy, the guy to the right works... Shougo. I start laughing just by seeing him!! He really looks like a Disney or video game character I think.=D
And he acts just like one...

One time when I met him at Atom I asked him:

-"Genki??" (How are you?)

Shougo: -"Berri berri guddo!!!"

Translation: "Very very good!!!"

I challenge you to try to look more happy than Shougo deos on this picture... ;D

Anyway, he said that Kanako Kawabata, will probably come to the Double Heart party this saturday!!

Together with Kanako(in the middle) at the last Men's Egg Youth Party. Kanako Kawabata is probably the most popular Gyaru-girl right now. "Flash Back Blog-Entry" about that party later! :)

Then we took a final stop at Ryoma(left) and Shun's(right) shop MAYHEM.
Shun is the guy that introduced me to the club event Double Heart. First time I met him was at a Shibuya 109 fashion show in Odaiba.  

He said he had a Swedish teacher in High School. But the next time I met him he thought I was from Iceland... So I don't really know about that. :D

Shun and Ryoma are allways so nice!! Last time I got half price on the blue bracelet I'm wearing on this picture with my "Ice-outfit".

And this time I said I had no money but wanted a ring so they gave one to
me for free... :D That's what I call good customer service!!^^

Then it was time for tonights party!! Sofia from my school joined us!!^^
Yuunyan had told us to tell the security that we're his guests to get the guest ticket. Feels soo VIP and special... ;D Both me and Jenny were really hoping that Masshu would also come... Btw can you find something wrong with the picture?? ;) Something is upside down!! :=O

You also got a CD signed by Yuunyan with the music from Atom.

If you want to know what the music at gyaru clubs sounds like, here's an example video.

For the ultimate blog experience, listen to this song while reading! ;D

They allways play this song once at Atom and Double Heart.
Everybody goes crazy when it comes on!!!

When we came inside I met Satomi which must be one of the most frequent visitors to Atom... she's allways here so of course tonight was no exception!

Then some girls wanted to talk with us in the women's bathroom...

But the big question was: Where is Masshu!!?? We talked with Kenty aka Goblin(middle) who said he was at home sleeping!! :O Sagepoyo!! ;D

With cool Kentaro!

One of Yuunyan's friends, famous Men's EGG Youth model, Chiibo in the middle.

Chiibo(left) and Takkezou(right) in Men's EGG Youth with a completely different hair color! =D

Hahaha... my hair really looks like crap on these pictures but seems like everybody wanna be your best friend when you have a Japanese hair style...
...or at least try to have one! ;D

Met two nice finnish girls that were here on vacation
and we took some Purikura in the machine inside Atom.

They wanted to come to Double Heart tomorrow but I lost their number... :/
If somebody know who these finnish people are, send me a message so they
can join us!! :)

Finnish people are allways so nice!!^^
*Flirting with the Finnish Blog readers* ;D

Yuunyan was really cool and bought us drinks. I hope he invites us again!!

Two of Yuunyan and Chiibo's friends that constantly wanted to do High Fives. Fun for a while I guess... ;)

When we came out to the lockers it was girls sitting all over the floor hugging each other...

Since I'm the world's worst dancer I'm happy Japanese clubs are only about wearing the right brands, having tons of vax in your hair and looking as much as a girl as possible! XD

After the party we went to a free club called Gas Panic but it seemed really boring there so we decided to try meet some random fun people on the street! :D

It went pretty well!
The first people we talked to had seen us on the party and were really friendly and fun!!

So we went to take some Purikura. Actually they had some kind of tradition to play "Stone, Paper, Scissor" about who was gonna pay for everything!

Free Purikura = Fun Purikura!

Then I got a mail from the EGG Youth model Morieda aka Moorii that he had just been to the EGG office and seen that I will be in the the next magazine.^^ Been reading the magazine for about 3,5 years now so that was a nice suprise!! Yay, happy!! =D 

It's a snap taken at the Men's Egg Youth Party.

The text to the left of me reads:

I remember that the guy with the pink shirt underneath me kept kept claiming he was from Kenya even though he looked Japanese...

The guy next to him has a popular blog.
Morieda who sent me the Message with the EGG snap is the guy to the right on this picture. Masshu is to the left. The picture was taken about a year ago when they both worked in CRAZE and I had recently come to Japan.
A lot can happen in one year... don't you think??
Even though Morieda is the person with most friends on Mixi and work almost 24/7, he allways reply so fast all my messages. Agepoyo!! Love him!!^^

We ended up at McDonalds waiting for the morning train.
When Jenny is not working in Shibuya 109 she goes to a Manga school.

She showed me some of her sketches. The guy she drawn is probably Masshu...
We're both so heart broken that he didn't come tonight!! :(

But life is good!!!!^^ 

Did I hear somebody say Agepoyo...??


  1. Nice blog!
    I like that you explain a lot, too.
    It's amazing how many Gyarus and Gyaru-o's you meet! How's that possible~....I'm so jealous haha xD

    How long did it take you to learn Japanese?
    And where/how did you learn it? (^-^)

    greetings from a german/jamaican girl living in Germany (°v°)/~ nyahahah

  2. Thank you Yukimi!!

    It's nice to hear that people are intrested in reading a little bit too, and not just look at pictures!^^

    I think it was very hard to meet Gyaru/Gyaru-O in the beginning when I came to Tokyo. But when you get into their "little Gyaru world" it gets easier and easier. If you want to meet them I can introduce you! :)

    My Japanese is still not good but I have been studying off and on for about 3 years I think.
    Sometimes I've been studying very intense, and sometimes I had long breaks... :/

    Here in Japan I have been studying Japanese full time for one year at a language school called KAI which I can recommend!


    Before I came to Japan I studied mostly by myself through internet but also took a few classes and tried to teach basic Japanese and culture to people that were intrested.

    The best web site that I know of, for learning Japanese, is probably this one:

    It doesn't have a lot of videos/songs/flash animations as many other sites offer, but it's very complete and pretty easy to understand.

    Sorry for a long answer!!
    German/Jamaican sounds like a cool mix!!=)
    Beautiful picture!!^^

  3. seems like party was a success~ though, feeling bad for you guys that Masshu didn't come D:...
    btw, just wanted to add that, reading your blog is uber interesting (*_*). it's not only about photos >;D

    I was also wondering about Japanese language school, so thank you berri berri much for the recommendation! xD

    also, congrats on getting into the next issue of EGG. agepoyo! \(^_^)/

  4. "Since I'm the world's worst dancer I'm happy Japanese clubs are only about wearing the right brands, having tons of vax in your hair and looking as much as a girl as possible! XD"

    'Tis rare to have this kind of insight and honesty with regards to a world of which one is part. I'm sure there's a way to say that that would make it at least twice as legible, but I don't care.

    So basically, your plan is to gradually become a fashion celebrity by wearing the right clothes and making the right friends, yes? XP
    Not to mention the right hair. That might be the most important one, I think.

  5. No problem (^-^)

    That's really cool!

    What do you mean with "If you want to meet them I can introduce you! :)"? Thanks!
    Do you mean when I come to Japan one day? hahaha
    ("キラで~~~~す" xD (my real name))

    I think I would die multiple times of happiness if I saw some people in person! (@___@") (not only gyarus and gyaru-o's though.. hehe)

    Thank you very much for the links! I will definately take a look (^w^)/

    And thanks for the compliment, too :D

  6. wow, that's really cool !

    i'm so amazed that you met all these models and they're so nice too >w<!

  7. Silk:
    Thank you very much!!^^
    Yeah I hope Masshu comes some other time! :/

    Yeah If you're looking for a Japanese language school I think KAI is the best one in central Tokyo area.
    All the education is actually in Japanese, but I think they do it in a good way.
    I was a bit shocked how fast the speed is though, compared to Swedish schools.

    Hahaha you totally exposed my plan!! ;D
    No I'm just doing it for the fun of it actually,
    and I like to meet intresting people.
    (Maybe that's what everybody say. :P)

    You're so right about the hair!XD
    That is definitley the most important part of being a succesful gyaru hahah..!! Sad but true I guess. :/

    Nice to meet you Kira!!^^
    Is that really you're real name?
    Yeah exactly if you come to Japan I can introduce you to the people I know. =)

    You don't need to die multiple times hahah,
    everybody is just human you know!:)

    Yeah I'm happy if the links can be helpful!!^^

    xiao yuan moon:
    It's actually pretty easy to meet the Egg models since they probably are 80% of their time in Shibuya and mostly on the same streets plus that nobody bothers them.

    Unless they go up on a stage, then everybody goes crazy...;D

  8. I checked out their web site (thank you, once again), it looks good. basically, if I understood correctly, one can come with a 0 level of Japanese language? I didn't quite understand the Accommodation section; it left me like:"huh? ah, aha... eeeh..." ^^;;;
    anyways, hope to come there someday. agepoyo!!

    looking through this post again made me realize what a 3-D hair style Masshu has on the photo with you and Morieda. it must look surreal in real life (*_*)

  9. silk:

    Yes you can come to KAI Japanese Language school with 0 knowledge of Japanese.
    But it's recommended to learn to read and write the two basic Japanese alphabets Hiragana and Katakana before going there.

    I know some people that didn't know that before they came, but they expect you to learn it in 2 or 3 weeks if I remember correctly which is very fast for two entirely new alphabets I think.

    Since the education is only in Japanese(except for some explanations in English/Korean/Chinese in a few text books), they will start Level 1 by showing pictures of an apple for example and then saying "Ringo"=apple.
    Kind of like if you were in kindergarten again. ;)

    I knew some Japanese before I came so I don't know much about the first Level in Kai but from what I heard it's really fun and the teachers use good methods.

    About the accomodation section I sadly don't know anything at all.
    I found a place to live in by myself before coming here. Maybe they charge extra for looking up accomadation for you, I'm not sure.

    I have only been living in so called Guest Houses as long as I've been here.

    A guest house with good location that I can recommend is Cozy House close to the school KAI.

    Web page:

    Hahaha yeah Masshu have some volume in his hair, that's fore sure!^^
    Just being in the stores Shibuya 109 or 109-2 allways feels very surreal I think!

  10. @ Fredrik:
    sorry for the late reply, just saw your reply.

    as I was thinking, it is better to learn some Japanese beforehand.
    I will have to think and see more deeply into accommodation when I will be actually getting ready to go to Japan. ahh, just thinking about such things makes me really wanna come >.<! thank you for the link, I bookmarked it. :D

    have a great week~ agepoyo!~