A Quick Guide to Osaka’s Hipster Town

A Quick Guide to Osaka’s Hipster Town
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There is no Japanese word for ‘hipster’, which, ironically, is about as hipster as you can get. The closest you’ll find to the Western pejorative here is “ultra individual” (超個性的) or “one who loves novelty” (新しがり屋). But there is a term for the stuff hipsters love to buy.

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Guide Name: A Quick Guide to Osaka’s Hipster Town
Guide Location: Japan » Osaka
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Salon de AManTo   Jam Pot   Guignol   Asobiya   Only Planet   Ma-jo Café   Maeda Craft Factory Shop   Green Pepe   Chanamasala   Café Arabiq   Nakazakicho Station  
Author: Simone Armer
Read it on author's website: http://www.simonearmer.com/a-quick-guide-to-osakas-hipster-town/

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