I’m one of those people who grew up in the 1980’s. That means that my musical tastes and fashion sense are largely shaped by what I was listening to when my teenage brain discovered life outside of my cultural bubble, family, and looked outwards into what was “cool”.

I listened to a lot of “alternative music” in my youth. I enjoyed (and still do) David Bowie, Joy Division, Bauhaus, Dead Kennedys, SNFU, The Cramps, Lou Reed, Elvis Costello, New Order, Queen, Rush, The Police, The Cure, Devo, The Cars, Eurythmics, Talking Heads, The Specials, Dead Can Dance, but always hated U2. Just could not get into that. But, anyway, so when Neohenro came on I was transported back into a New Wave flashback… and it was funky.

It’s hard to know what to think of Neohenro, and perhaps some comments were a bit harsh as they have been disabled, but you should check it out for yourself.

The key point to take away here is that even if the music is not your cup of matcha, there are 88 super cool things for you to enjoy and explore when you come to Shikoku. I don’t think the models for Neohenro will be around, so that’s not something you need to worry about.