Tokyo celebrated its first Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade on Sunday, April 29, as thousands of marchers walked through Shibuya and Harajuku.
Speakers at the event—which is separate from Tokyo Pride, which is held August 11—included Japan’s first two openly gay politicians, Taiga Ishikawa and Wataru Ishizaka, trans politician Aya Kamikawa, members of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan and representatives from the U.S. Consul General of Osaka. Members of the U.S. military were on hand as well, marching with OutServe.
The event coincided with the start of Golden Week—Japan’s major holiday season— and also included drag shows, traditional dance and a video greeting from pop star and gay icon Ayumi Hamasaki, whose song “How Beautiful You Are” was chanted by the crowd.
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Good to see the gay community in Japan is doing fine and celebrating.
Will Koh Masaki be present? Hottest gay Japanese pornstar..
Oh my god. Those Pokemon costumes are all kinds of fabulous.
Asians have the sexiest bellybuttons. They r always smooth and deep. Even the skinny Asians have them. Such a turn on!! Sorry had to get this out.
Guys in cosplay = hawt
Anybody see the Japanese MMA fighter who dresses in female cosplay during his fights. It is awesome.
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