POPEYE is starting, and has been for awhile now in its descent into Japanese-Americana.
The older issues of POPEYE in 2012 was focused on a lot of Japanese street-style snaps, but now has gone to the American "city-boy" aesthetic full-on.
I own a very extensive and up-to-date collection of magazines so below are my thoughts.
CoolTrans: Pretty great editorials and piece snaps. Streetwear kind of feel but doesn't over-do it.
StreetJack: Personally I stopped getting this because it got repetitive, but this focuses on Japanese "street"-snaps. (Usually styled or re-styled)
MEN'S NON-NO: An essential. Great editorials and views on individual pieces. Also they've been including a lot of American street-snaps as well.
Men's FUDGE: Usually some great coordinates in this magazine. Haven't really picked up a lot of this magazine though. Only own a few issues.
カジカジ (cazi-cazi): Another focus on street-snaps. Stopped getting this magazine awhile ago but still good.
2nd: Hit or miss with these issues, but generally streetwear/bit of Americana now.