The Japanese explosion onto the Pop Culture scene has much of the world in awe. The influence in music, dance, and even clothing and make-up stylings of Japanese young people has increased at a global level. It can be noted that new pop artists and clothing designers go on the streets of urban Japanese cities for inspiration, and even pirating of what young people are doing. And to the fact, it is all good.
Japan has long since been an incubator of culture. In itself, it is a culture of several thousands of years. The advent of the Digital Age had thrust the country into a viable competition with goods and services of Western culture, bringing innovations of new cultural influences with them. Japan was indeed ready for the influx, with many young people who were willing to try anything new. The Digital Age brought new stylings the country was hungry for, and young people immediately embraced. The uniqueness of this is that Japanese culture brings not only stability but adaptability, and the new cultural influences of Pop Culture are now a much changed and independent force in youth culture in Japan. The best words that really typify this are. “Emo, anyone?”.