JAPANESE NAIL ART – Impressions from the TOKYO NAIL EXPO 2009!

December 1, 2009

An impression from the Tokyo Nail Expo 2009.
Tokyo Nail Expo presents: overwhelming Japanese nail art!

TOKYO – NOVEMBER 30: Visitors look at designed nail chips that are displayed for a competition during the Tokyo Nail Expo 2009 at Tokyo Big Sight on November 30, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The nail industry has grown to nearly 200 million Japanese yen market in 2008 and the annual event attracts 50,000 visitors.

The photo above shows ‘Hello Kitty Gumball nails’ at the Tokyo Nail Expo 2009 – which still proves one thing: Japanese people likely have a lot of trouble wiping themselves. But IF they wipe, it looks for sure adorable!!!

The Nail Queen 2009 Awards Ceremony took place on Monday at the Tokyo Nail Expo. The annual event attracts 50,000 visitors.

More impressions from the Nail Queen contests below!

SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING:
The basics of Japanese Nail Art!
Lee Redmond’s nail art: the longest female nails!
What you should know about artificial nails
MORE FUN: How to make fingernails from onion and cheese!

PHOTO: More impressions from the Tokyo Nail Expo 2009:
Japanese actress Mao Daichi's fingernail impression from the Nail Queen 2009 Awards Ceremony

Japanese actress Kyoko Fukada's fingernail impression from the Nail Queen 2009 Awards Ceremony

Japanese singer Anna Tsuchiya's fingernail impression from the Nail Queen 2009 Awards Ceremony

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4 Responses to “JAPANESE NAIL ART – Impressions from the TOKYO NAIL EXPO 2009!”

  1. Pa Says:

    When is the next nail expo in Tokyo?


  2. Wish I could go to one of those expos someday! Really neat stuff!

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