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Meet Japan’s human doll, Lulu Hashimoto

Doll model Lulu Hashimoto attends an event with fans in Tokyo, Japan. Lulu - a full-body doll suit consisting of a wig, a mask and stockings patterned with doll-like joints - was born from one woman's desire to become cute.

Hitomi Komaki, fashion designer and creator of doll model Lulu Hashimoto, brushes wig hair of Lulu Hashimoto in Tokyo. 'I have always really liked dolls and for me, the epitome of cuteness is dolls,' says the 23-year-old fashion designer Komaki.


Doll model Lulu Hashimoto walks on crosswalk during a photo opportunity in Tokyo. Dressing up as a mascot, called 'kigurumi' in Japanese, is a popular art form in Japan. Komaki has taken it to a new level by creating a body suit that looks like a doll and lets it move like a human.

Doll model Lulu Hashimoto uses a smart phone to answer a question during an interview in Tokyo

Doll model Lulu Hashimoto sits on a chair during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo

A woman reacts as she looks at doll model Lulu Hashimoto at an event with fans in Tokyo

Pedestrians look at doll model Lulu Hashimoto standing on the street during a photo opportunity in Tokyo

Source: gulfnews

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