Japanese women are by far some of the most beautiful women in the world. They seem to glow from within.
There is a term they use “Mie-nai Oshareh” which means “unseen beauty.”
Japanese women feel that beauty is not only on the outside but on the inside as well. That would explain why even though we can see their flawless skin and silky hair, we also notice an inner confidence that shows in their poise and grace while acting and modeling.
Yukie is an actress, singer, and former idol. Her breakthrough in acting came in 2000 when she appeared in “Ring O: Birthday” as a character named Sadako. After that, she demonstrated her skill as a comedian in a television show titled Trick. What truly established her as a popular actress was her role in a live-action version of manga called Gokusen.
She’s appeared in an astounding total of fifty dramas, twenty films and has enjoyed a rather successful music career. Her achievements include several Best Actress Awards and a Best Dressed Award from Japanese Drama Awards.
As a young girl, Keiko aspired to be a doctor but in high school, her plans changed when a talent agency introduced her to entertainment. It took only a short time for her to begin her modeling career and for years she modeled and had her own feature in Seventeen magazine.
Her acting career began by appearing in Sailor Moon, a live-action series. She’s appeared in twenty-five films and eighteen television shows. She’s also authored six books and has produced a DVD. In 2008, she was awarded a Special Award by The Television Drama Academy Awards.
Known by her professional name Nozomi, she is both a fashion and glamour model. What gave her fame was her well-recognized gravure modeling. She’s also served as a commentator for Dream Fighting Championships and K-1 World Max.
She’s released two DVDs and five photobooks. She has appeared on more than twenty TV commercials and ten TV shows. She’s had some success with a musical career as well. Nozomi has appeared in fifteen films and had roles in twenty-five television shows.
Miyako is a former beauty pageant winner having won first place of Miss Universe Japan and placing as 4th runner up in the Miss Universe pageant.
In 2003, she was named “Sexiest Woman Alive” by Global Beauties. She is a model who is skilled in calligraphy and has a goal of starting a children’s library so she can share her love of literature and education.
From the age of five, Mao has been acting. She appeared in Kids War and that’s the role that landed her recognition with television viewers.
In 2005, she was awarded Best Actress by The Television Drama Academy for her role in a dramatic adaptation of the popular manga Hana Yori Dango. She took a break from acting to concentrate on her education and after receiving her degree Meiji University, she began acting again.
She’s appeared in forty-nine television dramas, fourteen films and six documentaries. She’s also made appearances on several variety shows and has performed on stage. Mao has won many awards for Best Actress and has also appeared in several ads.
Former 1st runner up in a Miss Universe pageant where she won for best national costume, Kurara is a model and actress.
During the Miss Universe pageant, she became the favorite of the crowd for her sensuality and “flirty” winks. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Sophia University and is now a reporter for a fashion magazine in Japan. She is fluent in four languages and has appeared on the show “NEWS ZERO” as a regular since 2006.
In 2013 she was recognized for her contributions to the United Nations World Food Program and was named the Japanese Ambassador of the program.
Yuri is a graduate of Kyushu Sangyo University, a model and actress. Her modeling breakthrough came when she was asked to appear in a Japanese fashion magazine called CanCam.
She has appeared in one film, seven television dramas, three magazines and one photobook.
A Japanese idol singer, Erina has ties to the Hello Project. She was a trainee of the Hello Pro Egg and eventually became a member of Gatas Brilhantes H.P. as part of a musical team called Ongaku Gatas. She’s an accomplished and quite talented pianist.
She’s had her own radio show, appeared in theater, has performed solo concerts and has released her own photobook. From the Japanese Gold Disc Awards, she won a Best 5 New Artists Award.
Yu is a singer, model and actress. She was one of the three original members of “Dream,” a J-Pop group and in 2004 became a gravure model.
She has appeared in four films, has had roles in four television shows, has three DVDs and three photobooks. She is also a former member of Kingyo, a Japanese band.
Named Best Actress at the Yokohama Film Festival for her role in Kamikaze Girls, Kyoko is a singer and actress.
Sore ga Kotae da! is the show in which she made her first television appearance and her first film was Ring 2. She’s appeared in a total of nineteen films and fifty-four dramas. Her discography includes four albums.