This week’s sexy Japanese girl is Reimi Tachibana (橘麗美, formerly 立花麗美).
The Gravure idol was born in 1986, Reimi’s career has already gone through some tumults, having changed agency and announced her “retirement” on several occasions.
Clearly she isn’t happy with the way her work has developed but at any rate, we hope she continues posing for photos like these ones!
Here’s a real up-and-coming talent, the cute but sensual body of Yuina Shibasaki (芝崎唯奈).
She’s only done a couple of DVDs and photo shoots, but we predict big things for Yuina!
Sometimes this precedes their more mainstream bikini modeling careers; sometimes it comes after, when they get too “old” to attract offers of photo books and magazine shoots. And often it runs parallel and you get some very, very lucky customers indeed.
It has come to light that minor pop idol Kokoro Haruno has been one of the notorious moonlighters, the revelation of which possibly caused her agency to sack her and disband her music group. Kokoro then wrote about this on her official blog on September 27th (since deleted), stoking the fire even more.
Haruno had been a member of girlband D-style, formed in May 2011. However, between February and July last year she was also working at a “pink salon” in Atsugi, a town out in Kanagawa around an hour by train from Tokyo, no doubt administering blowjobs, handjobs and all sorts of other (likely non-penetrative) services for very fortunate clientele.
We can detect the taste of hypocrisy here. Okay, so the levels are different — but at the end of the day, being an “idol” means posing in bikinis most of the time, i.e. being sexy and those the object of men’s masturbation fantasies. It is only a hop, skip and a jump away from prostitution, if truth be told.
QED, her agency has no right to be morally outraged — though as employers they might well have been irked for economic reasons. Indeed, it seems that Kokoro tried to claim she was only doing the extra job to support her family but this appears to be just a lie, as apparently no one has got any money. The agency complained that they were unable to contact her at times, affecting her work for them.
In fact, though, already by May 2012 K-Style’s prospects were looking bleak, ironically with only Kokoro really working hard. But then, when the agency found out about her other profession, it was the final straw and the group was lost to the capricious ethers of idoldom.
Sadly, with no more K-Style, there will be no more masterpieces like this one.
We reckon Kokoro at least now has a blossoming future career in JAV ahead of her and we look forward to seeing the results.
This week we take a long, lingering look at Honoka Ayukawa (鮎川穂乃果).
Born in 1994, Honoka is still a mere 18! That means we have years and years of adoring her cute face and nubile body to look forward to!
Kokone Sasaki (佐々木心音) was born in 1990 and is a model, actress and tarento.
Her career mostly so far has consisted of showing off her shapely body — in particular, her wonderful butt, unusual for a Japanese girl (but not unique — check out the superb rear on Sayuki Matsumoto!)
Well, we hope to see a lot MORE of her in the years to come…
This week’s scrumptious starlet is Mitsu Dan, a Gravure idol born in 1980.
Particularly voluptuous and sexy, Mitsu has also frequently been called bisexual.
We really like Mitsu because she has a kind of old school beauty and, despite being a Gravure model, her photo shoots have a slightly nostalgic feel, like in the pre-AKB days.
Born in 1986, Hitomi is a model and professional cutie!
There are lots of rumors or open secrets about Gravure idols and minor celebrities in Japan. One is that plastic surgery is rampant. Another is that sex with management is common — and a necessity to progress in the industry.
Another has been proved true by the recent experience of one of the most popular Gravure models working in Japan today, Yuu Tejima.
Yuu, known for her huge I-cup breasts, has admitted that she will turn — dramatic drum roll! — 30 next month. Previously she and her agency took two years off her real age so that she would seem younger in the early part of her career, since most Gravure models need to be in their teens or early twenties.
Yuu does other TV appearances now and so is presumably comfortable enough in her career that can spill the beans at last.
Don’t worry, Yuu, we reckon you still look fantastic!
We’re going a little nostalgic with our idol-gazing this week. It’s time to feast your eyes on the voluptuous delights of Chieko Shiratori (白鳥 智恵子).
Born in 1975, Chieko was a minor star in the Nineties before she retired for domestic happiness with her husband and child in 2000.
If she still looks anything like these pictures, then you can bet your horses that that’s a very happy home indeed!
This week we take a slow and lingering look at the svelte form of Yoko Kamon.
Born in 1980, Yoko is a model and actress who started appearing in films such as Suicide Club in the Nineties and working as a Gravure idol. Her career has slowed down, reducing her mainly to erotic B-movies of late, though she still retains the power to do sexy photo shoots and has kept her cult following.
She also recently became one of those to have dared to do “hair nude” all-nude photos, normally actually much more artistically shot than regular Gravure-style bikini shoots, but breaking the traditional (but inexplicable) taboo placed on showing pubic hair.
Other hair nude vets include Rie Miyazawa, Kanako Higuchi and Miho Kanno, famously often shot by Kishin Shinoyama.
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