Cheesecake

Self-promotion


Hoharu wants to let you know she has a new DVD out. I approve of this use of Twitter as a marketing tool.

Hoharu at the beach
Hoharu car wash

Anna Konno, Nymph of Eros


Anna Konno, size queen

I’ve seen this picture before, and now I know Anna Konno’s secret identity. See?

(NSFW after the jump)

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Put on a happy face


Anri Sugihara in a bikini is never safe for work…

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Hoshii na~~~


Duck invasion? Have no fear, Mizuki Hoshina’s on the job.

(NSFW? With rubber ducks? Say it isn’t so.)

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Pizza and breadsticks


Mikie Hara with a side order of Chiaki Sano (links NSFW, of course; would I let you down?). Now that’s amore.

Mikie cheap date

Pity it looks like they fed her Domino’s. At least Chiaki has homemade.

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The Modern Catgirl


Asuka Kishi is a very popular model in Japan, which means she spends a lot of time wearing swimsuits and lingerie in front of cameras. This is a good thing.

(NSFW below the fold; honestly, she’d be BSFW fully clothed)

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Is naked Satan cute?


Dear Hello!Project fans,

Apparently the folks who scanned Koharu Kusumi’s recent exposure in Cancam forgot to include the front and back pages of the insert. It’s obviously her, even before spotting the little beauty marks on her chin, so I wonder why they weren’t scanned. Then again, perhaps I don’t want to know…

I happened to be making a big order with Amazon Japan (~$500 in books and Bluray discs), so since that issue was still in stock, I threw it in. Lots of pretty girls pitching beauty products, as expected, so I’m not planning a subscription. By the way, the shipping for this order was a whole lot cheaper than expected, only $65; Amazon has apparently made some new international deals.

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Mitsumi Hiromura


This is aligned with my interests.

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[Update 2015: Tumblr actually deleted a picture of a pretty girl. Fortunately, I was able to remember which picture it was, and found a fresh, slightly-smaller copy.]

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