AKB48 member Atsuko Maeda, 20, has been chosen to play a detective in a series of ads for an ice-cream range from Glico. Maeda is to take a starring role in a series of television commercials and print advertisements for Ezaki Glico's Aisu no Makoto.
This past Sunday, Ezaki Glico, the candy company which aired the commercial, confirmed what many of AKB 48’s fans had come to suspect: Aimi Eguchi wasn’t real. The new group member, it turns out, was a computer-generated composite of the real band members.
The all-female idol group AKB48 is participating in a murder mystery campaign to promote Ezaki Glico's Ice no Mi candy. Detective Conan (Case Closed) manga creator Gosho Aoyama is writing the story based on an original plan by Yasushi Akimoto (6 Angels.
it seems a no-brainer that the bite-size fruit ice cream will go down more easily than its name — “Ezaki Guriko Hitokuchi Saizu Aisu no Mi.” But just to be sure, Glico has gone a step further. Fans of the all-girl-next-door AKB48 – often middle.
So when Aimi Eguchi appeared in a candy commercial soon after joining AKB48, fans were understandably suspicious ... Eguchi wasn't conceived in the womb, but rather, inside a computer. Ezaki Glico, the candy company that first aired the commercial.
A “new member” of the girl group AKB48 featured in a TV commercial is a virtual character created by computer graphics. Confectionery company Ezaki Glico Co., which features the character named Aimi Eguchi along with a few other AKB48 members in the.
Eguchi also appeared in a 15-second television commercial for a Japanese confectionary company, Ezaki Glico, raising suspicions of some die-hard AKB48 fans as usually only the most popular group members – as voted for by fans - star on TV. Soon.
OSAKA, Japan, July 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ezaki Glico Co., Ltd. (Ezaki Glico: https://www.glico.com/global/), is pleased to announce the launch of an English version of GLICODE (TM) -- a fun-educational programming app that allows kids as young as six.
Well, “good” news: Japanese pop group AKB48 and and their candy company sponsor Ezaki Glico just trolled everybody hard by adding a new member to the group named Aimi Eguchi. As you can see in the videos below, she’s adorable but vaguely creepy.
Eguchi also appeared in a 15-second television commercial for a Japanese confectionary company, Ezaki Glico, raising suspicions of some die-hard AKB48 fans as usually only the most popular group members - as voted for by fans - star on TV. Some fans.