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These days, a popular hobby for Japanese girls is decorating. Commonly referred to as ‘Deko-ru’, Japanese girls like to decorate everything. Their cell phone, PC, pen- as the picture above shows, nothing is safe from being decorated.
Let’s check out some of their crazy kawaii decorations!

Cell phones are the most common decorations among young girls. They make cellphones shine with rhinestones.There are many shops which will decorate them, but many girls also decorate them by themselves. You can find these rhinestones easily. Why don’t you try kawaii deco, too?

It’s no longer just a camera, but now a fashion accessory.
Usability is always secondary to kawaii!

Pens are one of the standard items to decorate. They look really gorgeous and feminine. Taking out this pen from your bag will naturally attract guys!

This watch just looks fit for a princess. This is a big part of Japanese Kawaii culture.

For Japanese girls, even the famous NIKE swoosh should be decorated. Remember the timeless quote, ‘Dressing-up starts with choosing the right shoes.’ It is always a good idea to choose these sparkling shoes!

Line drawing for coloring

This was a simple kids picture in the old days, but look at what it has become! It’s not just for coloring anymore. It’s so boring to just use flat colors, now we can decorate with cute cloth, lace and artificial flowers!

I am not sure if this works as a DS anymore, but it doesn’t matter for Japanese girls! For them, to decorate is the highest priority.
Why don’t you try to play games with this gorgeous Nintendo DS?

These two pictures look like real sweets, but they are all fake! They are just another part of Japanese ‘deko-ru’ culture.This type of sweets deco became very popular among girls these days.You can even buy sweets deco kits at 100 yen shops to help get started, making it a fun and economical way to express your love of decorating.

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