Fan of Gyaru style or die-hard Japanese fashion fan, you must have read our article about the opening of a GALS! pop-up store in Shibuya from August 14, 2020 to August 30, 2020 !

Recently announced by manga artist Mihona Fujii, as well as the continuation of her manga on her Twitter account, the popup store will be filled with exclusive goodies for all fans, with also the presence of Mihona !

We Tokyo Street Style know that a lot of fans were expressing their interests to those exclusive goodies, that is why we are opening PRE-ORDERS !

To benefit from pre-orders, please register to our newly created Tokyo Street Style Club! Dedicated to bring exclusive content and products to our members as well as many more advantages, our VIP Club is completely free!

The goodies

If you buy more than 3,000 Yen (tax included) of “GALS!” related goods per transaction, you will receive one special “Bonus Bromide” (picture) randomly!

💛B2 Tapestry

💛A4 Towel

💛Acrylic base stand

💛Acrylic heart-shape keychain

💛Pack of three badges

💛Acrylic Diorama

💛Individuel acrylic badges or Limited box with all 8 acrylic badges

💛Individuel acrylic keychain or Limited box with all 6 acrylic keychains

The story

“Ran Kotobuki, the heroine of our story, is (according to her) a pure gals: shopping idolatry, fashion clothes, perfectly decorated nails … With her two friends, Miyu and Aya, they will live adventures … more or less romantic, but surely full of shopping, part-time jobs to be able to afford the latest fashionable swimsuits, rivalry with the gals of Ikebukuro or with the Ganguro sisters and above all with laughter and fun, through Shibuya. The guys will also be there with Rei Hotohata, Yûya Asou, and of course Kuroi Tatsuki nicknamed Kuroi or the monkey, who is Ran’s boyfriend! “

The first volume of the manga created by Mihona Fujii appeared in 1999, an anime then appeared under the name Super GALS! Kotobuki Ran ( [ ] GALS! 寿 ), in 2001-2002.

 

* Also note that the event may be postponed or canceled depending on the evolution of coronavirus.

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