On my earthquake flee vacation in March I went to Nagoya to Kyoto to Osaka then to Hiroshima. Hiroshima was my last big city in the south to see (other than going to Okinawa) . I’ve also already been to Fukuoka. Hiroshima gal was very small.
For a city the size of Hiroshima (the 10th largest city or 7th if you exclude Yokohama, Kanagawa and Saitama as Tokyo annexes) I was a bit disappointed there wasn’t more. :worries: However there was SOME to be had I would say of the gals I saw the style was more like Kyoto with more black hair and wearing styles that were a few months out of cycle.
A sparkly ad targeted towards a dating site. They usually hire gyaru models for these.
The place with gal stores in Hiroshima is Parco. It's located behind the mainstreet Parco in an annex.
Mamas in front of a crepe truck.
Young gals eating their crepes.
The set-up in front of the Parco annex.
For the first few floors there's clothing like this. More adult style relax brands.
Another adult brand.
On the 3rd floor finally there's signs of gal life. Roomy's is the collective store for Spiral Girl, Royal Party, Royal Party Muse Muse, and Miia
Cecil McBee had a sizeable store here.
I liked this Neon sign for Moussy.
Sly's novelty item of a welcome mat is awesome! They have a SLY home store which does kooky items like this.
It's quite dark in front of Rienda which has so many stores and loyal fan base. I'll be talking about it in detail later this week.
My favorite photo of the bunch, in front of a discount gal store.
Rodeo Crowns never seems to change their set-up from city to city, but it's quite a nice set-up.
The lone gyaruo store in Hiroshima: Buffalo Bobs.