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“Naru” Is Pregnant

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

Ochi Chieko (Kawabe Chieco), the actress who played Osaka Naru in PGSM and one of the actresses playing Sailor Mercury in the Sailor Moon musicals, has been pregnant for more than four months. However, she is currently taking a vacation with her hubby to Hawaii after being okay’d by her doctor. My congratulations to the couple! Know more about her whereabouts after PGSM here.

Source: Ochi Chieko Official blog

Happy Lunar New Year!

Friday, February 12th, 2010

恭喜發財!Kung Hei Fat Choi! Happy Year of the Tiger! ^___^ Shown on the left is Izumi Rika’s handwritten New Year’s greeting message earlier this year (unlike the other parts of East Asia, the Japanese have been celebrating the New Year according to the Western calendar since the Meiji Period).

Her handwriting is stylish, and I love that cute tigress she drew.
Source: Rika Letter

Kitagawa Keiko as “Valentine Queen”

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Actress Kitagawa Keiko and model Masuwaka Tsubasa attended the “ORICON Valentine Festa.” Both girls received the Valentine Queen Award. A survey was conducted by ORICON STYLE on 300 high school girls and Keiko was chosen as their “Most Admired Drama Heroine” and “Most Interesting Performing Female Celebrity.” Keiko disclosed:

“I attended a girls’ school for junior high and high school. Making homemade chocolates was not one of my strong points. Instead, I often received really cute chocolates made by other girls.”
Kitagawa Keiko on February 2, 2010

Watch JiJi-Pana’s press video of the ORICON Valentine Festa.
Sources: Jiji Press | Yahoo Japan News | Kitagawa Keiko’s Writings

Rika’s Location Shooting at Her Own School

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Izumi Rika had an location shooting today for Ray magazine’s May Issue at her own school, Meiji University – The same school from which Kitagawa Keiko and some other J-artists graduated.

Source: Rika Letter

Senshi Reunion

Monday, February 1st, 2010

The latest Senshi reunion is for Azama Mew’s belated birthday.
As usual, the busy Kitagawa Keiko was missing again.
Source: Rika Letter