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>> Kayo Asai's humble Tokyo abode is decorated with old-school turntables, a rotary phone, and a gas cooker that one might find in a museum. In her kitchen, she uses an ice cold non-electric refrigerator, and when she's ready to relax she grabs her antique massage machine made in the 1900s.
In fact, everything in Asai's house was made in the 1920s and 30s, allowing her to live out her obsession with the roaring 20s.>>
> With hopes to spread her love, Asai founded the Japan Modern Girl Association, where 200 like minded women laud the 1920s.
>> With a short bob cut and a wardrobe full of 1920s apparel, even screams vintage, intentionally resembling that of the modern girl during that time period. Modern girls, similar to American flappers, were Japanese women who were more liberal. These women followed westernized fashion, and went against the grain of traditional cultural norms.