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H.NAOTO AND KERA PULLIP DOLL EXHIBITION: MARUI ONE SHINJUKU, GOTHIC LOLITA.

Gothic Lolita Pullip dolls by h.NAOTO. Tokyo Goth Victorian doll exhibition at Marui Young Shinjuku, Tokyo Japan, Sept-Oct 2008.

Marui One Shinjuku’s fifth floor display changes frequently, and my photos from yesterday’s post are already outdated! From Sept 25 to Oct 8, you’ll find an exhibition of Pullip dolls wearing Gothic Lolita Punk fashion. The dolls on the right are h.NAOTO’s Dal, Prunella, and Taeyang. (Check out this previous post for more about h.NAOTO’s collaboration, including ordering info.)

h.NAOTO and Kera special edition rare Pullip dolls. Display of sweet, goth and punk Pullip dolls from Japan.

Pullip also teamed up with Kera to style several dolls. Working in miniature has its creative upsides; the leather and crystal-studded eye patch/masks on the upper right would cost a fortune if they were human-sized. And the bunny ears look fabulous on the doll, but in real life, they would be half the height of your body!

Rare and limited edition Gothic Lolita Pullip dolls. h.NAOTO Hangry and Angry plush toys, casual lolita rock outfits. Marui store display.

The big-eyed, round-faced Pullips seem like they’re made to wear frilly Lolita dresses. On the same floor, you can buy the exact h.NAOTO outfits (on the right) in human size.

Miniature Gothic Lolita Pullip dolls. Tiny Pullips, animal costumes and Victorian dresses, pink hair.

One of the glass cases held miniature dolls. Some dolls modeled animal costumes and kimonos – but I think the neo-Victorian outfits stood out the most. No wonder Lolitas are described as living dolls!

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  • chelsea

    I'm becoming doll obsessed lately waiting for first blythe to arrive in the post. Though when it comes to designer clothes i'd always rather put money towards those human-size.

  • if only i'm in front of the shop to look at those fashion….

  • chelsea

    I’m becoming doll obsessed lately waiting for first blythe to arrive in the post. Though when it comes to designer clothes i’d always rather put money towards those human-size.

  • if only i’m in front of the shop to look at those fashion….

  • RabidRabbit

    i love the third picture! the one with the skul bunny ears, tis cute.

  • Saraswaty

    I love pullips, I've got one of those mini pullips, i wanna more but they are a little expensive =) I'd love be dressed like my doll !!! great post carmen. =)

  • Thanks! You'd look really cute, dressed the same as your doll.

  • RabidRabbit

    i love the third picture! the one with the skul bunny ears, tis cute.

  • Saraswaty

    I love pullips, I’ve got one of those mini pullips, i wanna more but they are a little expensive =) I’d love be dressed like my doll !!! great post carmen. =)

    • Thanks! You’d look really cute, dressed the same as your doll.

  • Emma

    Did you buy any of them yourself? ^^ How much did they cost…?

  • Emma

    Did you buy any of them yourself? ^^ How much did they cost…?

  • AH!!!!!!

    I WANT THOSE DOLLS

  • AH!!!!!!

    I WANT THOSE DOLLS

  • The dolls were only on display for the exhibition, but you can buy h.NAOTO Pullips here: http://www.carmenyuen.com/blog/post/index/49/HN

    I'm actually not a doll person – even as a child, I never played with dolls! If I splurge on something, it'll probably be one of the Hangry & Angry plush toys…

  • AH!!!!!!

    I WANT THOSE DOLLS

  • The dolls were only on display for the exhibition, but you can buy h.NAOTO Pullips here: http://www.carmenyuen.com/blog/post/index/49/HN

    I'm actually not a doll person – even as a child, I never played with dolls! If I splurge on something, it'll probably be one of the Hangry & Angry plush toys…