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“Then we went to the mall to wait for our bus and took fun pictures they are called purikura, you take a bunch of crazy pictures (you can fit maybe 10 people in a booth) with a green screen behind you and put them into fun backgrounds.”
“German teenagers dressed as Japanese goth rock stars, with multi-coloured hair and heavy eyeliner, mingle with Japanese schoolchildren in a bookstore on the street, giggling as they step into "purikura" photo booths that shoot instant snapshots that people decorate themselves and print as stickers.”
“August purikura are little memories that fade over time ...”
“The ubiquitous purikura (print club) kiosks are equipped with fancy lighting and snazzy image-editing technology.”
“Loved the purikura sticker of you and Linda with all the little hearts and strawberries.”
“I have a system to send these cards, please, even if you have NEVER commented and NEVER plan to comment - send me your name and address to get at least one postcard and a purikura sticker!”
“And hopefully, not just a purikura picture of Linda and I from Tokyo but maybe another from Kyoto.”
“I would love a purikura postcard. 2 weeks till you leave - that is so exciting.”
“Drag and drop your fave selections to the car, then decorate it with stickers and colorful backgrounds the way you would your purikura photo-booth images.”
“Decorate your purikura pictures by adding backgrounds!”
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