Unique selection of bizarre gifts -- last time I was there I saw necklace pendants shaped to look like scoops of ice cream.
Citysearch Editorial Review. After a visit to New People, a multi-level mecca of Japanese pop culture--J-pop for short--even the most ascetic person will be full-on longing a set of iPod speakers made out of pink sponge balls, although they may have to settle for anime postcards or cutesy schoolgirl notebooks. But that's just the first floor: from there, shoppers ascend to the "Fashion" floor where they will find row upon row of candy-colored dresses torn straight from the pages of an Alice in Wonderland photo-shoot styled by Gwen Stefani. For kinkier Japanophiles, the impressive selection of bonnets and lacy tube socks are enough to fulfill any Lolita fantasy. But the real draw lies below, in the 143-seat underground theater, where viewers can watch the most cutting edge Japanese cinema this side of the Pacific, for less than the cost of an airport muffin