Harajuku girls -- and boys!
As revealed in just-released photos, Angelina Jolie indulged her four eldest kids in some retail therapy at Kiddy Land, a toy store in the trendy Harajuku district of Tokyo, Japan on July 26. (In town to promote Salt, Jolie, 35, brought along Maddox, 9, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 4; Brad Pitt stayed behind in the U.S. with 2-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.)
"I've always had a great experience every time I'm here," Jolie told UsMagazine.com at a July 27 Tokyo press conference for Salt. "This time I'm also with my four children, who are obsessed with Ponyo and Totoro," she said of two classic animated Japanese movies. "I spent all of yesterday in Kiddy Land looking for all the animals and things -- I had a lot of fun!"
After their plane's arrival at the airport, Jolie and the kids went directly to Kiddy Land. "The children were running around and they had assistants making sure no one got lost," a Kiddy Land staffer tells Us.
But the famous mom didn't let the kids go hog wild -- instead, she limited their toy purchases to "just two items each," the staffer says. "There was a lot of talking at the checkout when Maddox had four [toys]."
So what did the gang go home with? "They all bought toys from Ponyo and Studio Ghibli," the Kiddy Land worker says (referring to toys inspired by the cartoon epic Ponyo and other acclaimed films by animator Hayao Miyazaki)
"Shiloh [got] One Piece [brand] pirate toys...They are very polite and adorable!"