Wednesday, 14 November 2007

One Half of The Tokyo Modernistas


11 comments:

Hilla Nägele said...

Snygg kille!

Anonymous said...

gggrrr

Anonymous said...

eh? är det så få snygga japaner att ni måste fylla ut med er själva? hahaha
/martin

The Tokyo Modernistas said...

No, its not that its hard to find stylish people here in Tokyo. We just wanted more people to post comments on the blog.

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Mia said...

will u marrie me ? :3

phiL said...

I had dinner with this sexy gent this evening!

AtarashiSeikatsu said...

I want that jacket!

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