Life isn't easy for a group of high school kids growing up absurd in Japan's pervasive pop/cyber culture.As they negotiate teen badlands- school bullies, parents from another planet, lurid snapshots of sex and death- these everyday rebels without a cause seek sanctuary, even salvation, through pop star savior Lily Chou-Chou, embracing her sad, dreamy songs and sharing their fears and secrets in Lilyholic chat rooms.This blog is my pet project, started at the urge of my then-boyfriend (now husband) Ryosuke, when I was studying abroad in Tokyo.

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