Each profile will cover the "secret story of a member's debut" and life backstage. The first installment deals with Mayu "Mayuyu" Watanabe. AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto writes the manga and Natsuo Kume illustrates it. Akimoto had previously conceived of.
Newest AKB48 Group Draft Kaigi winner ... In the personal notes section of her profile she wrote “I am a girl who needs sweets and cuteness to live” she continues “I also love Marshmallows, Mayu Watanabe, Shusuke Fuji, and Miyuki Watanabe.”.
Watanabe Mayu. Each of these names are synomous with AKB48. Any one of them would be a perfect choice ... Every idol group will eventually go through this change. High profile members will eventually graduate and then the group will go through a period.
He tried to find Noda in Facebook and luckily found him, thanks to the profile picture, which looked like the ... an ID card holder with a picture of Syahri’s favorite AKB48 member, Mayu Watanabe. Syahri reciprocated the gift by giving Noda a T-shirt.
To maintain the illusion of authenticity, AKB48's management created a profile on the group's Web site ... Minami Takahashi's outline, and Mayu Watanabe's eyebrows all make up Aimi Eguchi, Channel News Asia reports. In the original 15-second commercial.
After struggling in vain to find Noda’s Twitter account, as many Japanese users’ accounts are written in Japanese characters, Rochmat found a Facebook account with a profile photo ... of Japanese idol group AKB48, Mayu Watanabe. In return, Rochmat.
Rin Okabe pledged that she would work to raise the profile of her home prefecture of Ibaraki which was currently ranked 47th out of 47 in terms of appeal, hoping to at least surpass 46th place Tochigi. Rena Fukuchi, who had been a fan of AKB48 before.
and eyebrows from Mayu Watanabe. The result is a beautiful and pretty realistic girl which could fool male fans into falling for her! In June 2011, Aimi Eguchi was announced as the latest member of AKB48 and was listed on the official profile as being 16.
Perhaps you can see where this is going: Eguchi exemplifies the best of AKB48, by virtue of being a composite CGI character. Fellow chanteuse Tomomi Itano’s button nose jostles for space with Mariko Shinoda’s mouth, while Mayu Watanabe’s eyebrows.
The so-called AKB business model, used by the all-female Japanese idol aggregation AKB48, has been called into question lately by two high-profile incidents. Mayu Watanabe cries after taking the No. 1 spot of the AKB48's General Election 2014 in Tokyo June 7.