Nigoldeneye on MTV Japan

Nigoldeneye is a name most may or may not be familiar with, but if you’re one of many cult

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Nigoldeneye is a name most may or may not be familiar with, but if you’re one of many cult followers of Nigo and BAPE, then you know about this MTV Japan exclusive series. Created in 2006, this 38 episode show featured the fictional character Harbow and his sidekick Christian, as they conduct interviews with Nigo intact and includes various friends of the BAPE family including Pharrell Williams and the Beastie Boys. The series showed a rarely seen side of creative director Nigo as he laughs, jokes and goes into detail about his inspirations and ideas. Watch all episodes now in Japanese only at MTV Japan.

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