Category:Akiba-kei

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English: Akiba-kei is a Japanese slang term for Akihabara style subcultures and people.
日本語: アキバ系とは、主に秋葉原日本橋などの繁華街に象徴される「おたく」サブカルチャーや、そこに集う人々のファッション的傾向、行動スタイルなどを指す俗語

See also categories: Otome Road and Nipponbashi, Osaka.
Compared with categories: Kawaii-kei, Shibuya-kei and Visual kei.

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