What is this I don’t even…Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

Do you remember Pee Wee Herman’s Playhouse, and how it always seemed delightfully trippy, in a way that you didn’t quite understand? Even if you may not have understood the very meaning of the word trippy?

Well, here is something that makes Pee Wee’s Playhouse look like Little House on the Prairie for all it’s boring mundanity. Ponponpon is the very first music video from Harajuku fashion blogger Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, of the hengao (strange face) and her very own line of false eyelashes. The song is surprisingly catchy, and the video delightfully surreal.

With her own debut mini-album “Moshi Moshi Harajuku” due out on August 17th, you can enjoy this ridiculously ridiculous video from Harajuku-girl turned fashion maven turned pop-star until then!

Colorful, surreal, insane, ridiculous–this is the perfect example of what Harajuku is, or wants to be. And if it gets stuck in your head, well…don’t say we didn’t warn you!

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14 Responses to What is this I don’t even…Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

  1. Haikugirl says:

    Hahahaha! Love this!! And love the dancing brain in the background! 😀

  2. Kaley says:

    All I know is I saw some Lisa Frank stuff in the beginning and it made me happy. And that creepy no-face background dancer is weird.

  3. Grant says:

    Tanks! That was pretty wild.

  4. Ralph says:

    I’ve never dropped acid and thanks to this video, I don’t need to. Thanks, Alice!

  5. Graham says:

    The box of Kraft Mac and Cheese just ties the whole thing together.

  6. bob says:

    Where can I find the lyrics in english?

  7. Pingback: New Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, “Tsukema tsukeru” with lyrics! |

  8. Huntan Peck says:

    So wonderfully, delightfully weird and trippy, this video makes my brain dance! Kyary is my new drug of choice. I love how, just as soon as I think I’ve seen it all, Japan always has more amazing/hilarious/random/strange things to show me.

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