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Hajimemashite minna san....welcome to my site on my fave Japanese Pop Culture likes such as dramas, movies, magazine scans, promo events etc. Mainly concentrate on my faves...Erika Toda!... Yuko Oshima... Nogizaka46!.... C-ute.... Masami Nagasawa!.... if you're a fan at all of any of them then you've come to the right place(!) but many others are featured here besides them. Do mainly quick reviews on things I've watched, try to make the reviews brief, quick to read through with not too many spoilers, just whether they're good or bad and why I thought so plus whether you may find them enjoyable. Many, many screenshots are included from everything I've watched plus any video trailers if they're available. Hope you find something that interests you, don't hesitate to comment, arigato gozaimasu!
Few tidbits.... have no idea why the background color constantly changes, think Blogger keeps doing it.
New item on the right is the 'Featured Post of the Day', will be putting some fabulous oldie posts which some of you may have missed the first time around, all will be at least one year old.
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Mina Oba: Magazine scans #8- Young Gangan number seven for 2016
Age has crept up on Mina as she'll be turning 24 on April 3rd, think the best b-day gift her management could give us and her would be her first photobook, still perplexed at why she's never had one. Odds are highly unlikely they'll be a PB so will try to think of something ultra special for her b-day
As you can see this is only her 8th mag post in the last 1 1/2 years, usually there's two or three spreads per post. However today there's just one but at 26 pics(!) it's about the equivalent of three of them. Think one reason there hasn't been more Mina mag spread posts is that she only appears in teo of them on a regular basis, Young Animal is one along with today's mag Young Gangan which is issue #7 for this year. Neither is a weekly mag but bet she appears in at least half of the issues, at that ratio really wish they were weeklies.