Nakagawa Shoko is best known for her long hair, but for the first time in her adult life, Nakagawa decided to sport a shorter hair style as she has reached “Level 30” and wanted a new style for springtime.
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For those watching sumo on television, a woman taking photos on her iPhone caught the interest of viewers because of her iPhone case.
As people looked the case up, they realized her case cost Y3,776,000 ($33,849).
But as many have pointed out, for those to be that close to the ring to watch sumo, one must be quite wealthy.
Former Morning Musume members and current Hello! Project members attended the opening ceremony at the convention center, Pacific Yokohama for the opening ceremony of “SATOYAMA & SATOUMI e Ikou 2016“.
A large number of fans gave their blessing to Yoshizawa (30) in which she gave a big smile and thank you.
Yoshizawa told the media that she hasn’t experienced any morning sickness that day and that the day before yesterday, she felt the first movement of the baby.
Yoshizawa said she is unaware of the baby’s gender at this time.
NariNari.com recently conducted a poll of people’s favorite and most hated stations in Tokyo.
The poll was conducted between 620 men and women between 20-60 years-old.
The most favorite station was:
- Kichijoji Station (86 votes)
- Shinjuku Station (37 votes)
- Ikebukuro Station (31 votes)
- Tokyo Station (28 votes)
- Tachikawa Station (20 votes)
The most hated station was:
- Shibuya Station (111 votes)
- Shinjuku Station (88 votes)
- Ikebukuro Station (41 votes)
- Uguisudani Station (19 votes)
- Shin-Okubo Station (11 votes)
Live stage adaptations of manga series are the rage these days and “Whistle!” will be the next to receive a live stage adaptation for August-September 2016.
“Whistle!” was created by Higuchi Daisuke and serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1998-2002 and also made into an animated series.
As was expected, SPEED vocalist Imai Eriko (32) has announced her candidacy for the Liberal Democratic Party for the House of Councillors.
Imai expressed her candidacy via sign language, which she had learned as her son was born with a hearing disorder.
An advocate to help those who are disabled and a mother who has been dedicated of raising her disabled son as a single mother, Imai announced that she would like to bring hope to society.