Love Berry was a monthly fashion magazine published in Tokyo by Tokuma Shoten. The magazine targets girls from early- to mid-teens; the magazine was known for its models. Love Berry is abbreviated LB. Love Berry was started in 2001; the magazine was published on the first of every month. On 5 December 2011, Love Berry announced on its blog. Exclusive models as of December 2017. Hau Dan Pichi Lemon Nicola Official website
Nanami Hashimoto is a former Japanese idol singer, model and former member of the Japanese idol girl group Nogizaka46. Hashimoto passed the first generation auditions for Nogizaka46 in August 2011, her audition song was Under Graph's Tsubasa. She was chosen as one of the select members for their debut song Guruguru Curtain released on February 22, 2012. From April to June, 2013, she starred as the heroine in NTV's drama Bad Boys J. In July 2013, she appeared as a recurring role in Fuji TV's Getsuku drama Summer Nude. Hashimoto made her film debut in Bad Boys J: Saigo ni Mamoru Mono, released on November 9, 2013. On March 23, 2015, she was chosen as an exclusive model for the women's fashion magazine CanCam with Sayuri Matsumura, a first generation member of Nogizaka46. Since April 2015, she appears on the Tokyo FM radio show School of Lock! in the 3rd week of every month. On August 28 of the same year, she released her first photobook Yasashii Toge, it ranked the first on the Oricon book ranking in the photobook category selling 21,000 copies in the first week.
It ranked the fourth in the book category. She is the third member to release a photobook in the group following Mai Shiraishi and Nanase Nishino. On February 25, 2016, her own intellectual entertainment show Nogizaka46 Hashimoto Nanami no Koi Suru Bungaku premiered on Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting. In that show, she introduces a novel on the theme of Hokkaido, she was selected as the choreographic center for the first time for the group's 16th single Sayonara no Imi, released on November 9, 2016. This is her last single attended as a member of Nogizaka46. On October 20, 2016, she announced her retirement from both Nogizaka46 and the entertainment industry during the midnight radio show Nogizaka46's All Night Nippon. On February 16, 2017, Nanami Hashimoto's second photobook, titled 2017, was released, it ranked first on the Oricon weekly photobook ranking. Her last stage was the first day of the Nogizaka46 5th Year Birthday Live held at Saitama Super Arena on February 20, 2017. Kanashimi no Wasurekata: Documentary of Nogizaka46 Bad Boys J, Kumi Yoshimoto Summer Nude, Kiyoko Ishikari Love Riron Hatsumori Bemars, as Marukyū Hana Moyu Nogizaka46 Hashimoto Nanami no Koi Suru Bungaku Nogizaka46 Hashimoto Nanami no Koi Suru Bungaku Natsu no Tabi Bad Boys J: Saigo ni Mamoru Mono, Kumi Yoshimoto Chōnōryoku Kenkyūbu no 3-nin, Azumi Kogure School of Lock!, every 3rd week, From April 2015 to February 2017 Fumika - Endless Road Fujifabric - Girl!
Girl! Girl! Girls Award Tokyo Girls Collection TGC Kitakyushu 2016 by Tokyo Girls Collection CanCam, Shogakukan 1981-, as an exclusive model from May 2015 to March 2017 issue NogizakaHa: Nogizaka46 First Shashinshū Kikan Nogizaka vol.3 Rōshū ISBN 9784863364264 Yasashii Toge ISBN 9784344027947 Nogizaka46 Second Shashinshū 1 Jikan Okure no I Love You Hashimoto Nanami Shashinshū 2017 ISBN 9784096822395 Official agency profile Nanami Hashimoto on IMDb
Nikkan Sports is the first-launched Japanese daily sports newspaper founded in 1946. It has a circulation of 1,965,000, is an affiliate newspaper of the Asahi Shimbun. Nikkan Sports News Tokyo HQ: 5-10, Tsukiji Sanchome, Tokyo, Japan Hokkaido Nikkan Sports News Hokkaido HQ: KN Building, 1-30, Kita-Sanjo-Higashi Sanchome, Chuo-ku, Japan Nikkan Sports News West Japan Osaka HQ: Hanshin Diamond Building, 14-24, Fukushima Sanchome, Fukushima-ku, Japan Nagoya HQ: Asahi Kaikan, 3-3, Sakae Itchome, Naka-ku, Japan Seibu HQ: Fukuoka Asahi Building, 1-1, Hakata Ekimae Nichome, Hakata-ku, Japan Nikkan Sports Film Award Nikkan Sports Puroresu Awards Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Nikkan Sports website
PopSister was a Japanese monthly gal-shibuya-kei-oriented fashion magazine published by Kadokawa Publishing & Co.. Launched in 2010 as the "older sister" magazine of Popteen, PopSister was targeted at females in their teens and early 20s; the original PopSister, titled Scream, was published in 2009 as a special edition of Popteen magazine. The first authentic issue of PopSister was published on April 17, 2010, it featured seven exclusive models, Tsubasa Masuwaka, Kana Hoshino, Yui Kanno, Jun Komori, Tomoko Higuchi, Eri Aoki, Wei Son. The last issue was released in November 2011. Popteen official
Pichi Lemon was a Japanese fashion magazine published by Gakken. The magazine targets girls from early- to mid-teens; the magazine was known for its models. It ceased publication in October 2015. Nicola Love Berry Official website
Shogakukan Inc. is a Japanese publisher of dictionaries, manga, non-fiction, DVDs, other media in Japan. Shogakukan founded Shueisha, which founded Hakusensha; these are three separate companies, but are together called the Hitotsubashi Group, one of the largest publishing groups in Japan. Shogakukan is headquartered in the Shogakukan Building in Hitotsubashi, part of Kanda, Tokyo, near the Jimbocho book district; the corporation has the other two companies located in the same ward. Shogakukan, along with Shueisha, owns Viz Media, which publishes manga from both companies in the United States. Shogakukan's licensing arm in North America was ShoPro Entertainment. Shogakukan's production arm is Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions In March 2010 it was announced that Shogakukan would partner with the American comics publisher Fantagraphics to issue a line of manga to be edited by Matt Thorn. In Europe, manga from Shōgakukan and Shūeisha are published by local publishers such like Pika Édition, Ki-oon, Kana or Kazé for the French market, Kazé, Egmont or Tokyopop for the German market.
Shogakukan and ShoPro have made a joint venture named Viz Media Europe. Viz Media Europe bought in 2009 the French Kazé Group whose activities are publishing manga and home video for the French and German market; the company has Shogakukan Asia, headquartered in Singapore. Besides producing popular titles in English such as Detective Conan and Future Card Buddyfight, the company partners with local creators such as Johnny Lau to publish comic series for distribution in Southeast Asia. On February 15, 2018, CoroCoro Comic, a children's magazine published by Shogakukan published its March issue with a cartoon mocking Genghis Khan, the founder of the Mongol Empire; the comic depicted Khan with a crude rendering of male genitalia on his forehead. Shogakukan offered an apology addressed to the Mongolian Embassy in Tokyo on February 23, but it failed to mollify reactions by the Mongolians in Japan who regard Genghis Khan a national hero. Major bookselling chains, Kinokuniya and Kumazawa pulled the publication off its shelves after the Mongolian Embassy of Tokyo filed an official complaint with the Japanese Foreign Ministry.
On February 26, Mongolians and citizens from China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region residing in Japan sent a formal letter of protest to Shogakukan and a group of 90 demonstrators protested in front of Shogakukan Inc.'s headquarters. In March 2018, Shogakukan issued a public apology, announced a national recall of the magazine and offered reimbursement to magazine goers. CoroCoro Comic's website published an apology by Asumi Yoshino, author of the serialized manga, "Yarisugi!!! Itazura-kun," which contained the controversial cartoon drawing. Children's manga magazinesCoroCoro Comic Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic CoroCoro Ichiban! Shōnen manga magazinesWeekly Shōnen Sunday Shōnen Sunday Super Shōnen Big Comic Monthly Shōnen Sunday Bessatsu Shōnen Sunday Seinen manga magazinesBig Comic Big Comic Business Big Comic Original Big Comic Spirits Monthly Big Comic Spirits Big Comic Special Big Comic Superior IKKI Monthly Sunday Gene-X Weekly Young Sunday Woman's weekly magazine Children's manga magazinesPucchigumi Shōjo manga magazinesBetsucomi Cheese!
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Seventeen (Japanese magazine)
Seventeen is a monthly Japanese fashion magazine for female teenagers published by Shueisha. Launched in 1967 as a weekly magazine based on the original American Seventeen, the magazine changed the name to SEVENTEEN in 1987, to Seventeen in 2008. Since the late 1990s, Seventeen has been the highest-selling teenage fashion magazine in Japan, has featured its exclusive teenage models as ST-Mo. Seventeen is sought after among models because being featured on the magazine on its cover and certain pages helps them to get high-quality endorsements and prestigious contracts. Well-known former Seventeen models include Megumi Asaoka, Keiko Kitagawa, Nana Eikura, Mirei Kiritani, Rie Miyazawa, Anna Tsuchiya, Hinano Yoshikawa, Emi Suzuki. In the late 1990s, some people criticised several young female magazines, including Seventeen, for "forcing their readers to have unhealthy lifestyles". Seventeen kept silent about it, but in the early 2000s, Seventeen started to feature some "fat" female models. Since there are always some "fat models" among the Seventeen models, the percentage is still low.
Besides all of the "fat models" are not fat. Notable current or former "fat models" include Kaela Kimura. From 2005 to 2007, Seventeen fired all its "mixed-race" models, in this case, of Eurasian ancestry, who had modeled for the magazine and been considered to be overweight models, it was described as the "moggy zero movement" by critical third parties and some journals such as Weekly Gendai. After this, the sales of the magazine began to surge. Weekly Gendai pointed out that Seventeen's "radicality" had escalated since around 2005, because of the strong influence of the now-defunct lifestyle magazine Burst. Burst, having been an indie accessory magazine created by Nishijin stylists from Higashiyama and known for its radicality and aggressiveness, featured many female models and most of the female models who were featured by the magazine became millionaires. Soon after the magazine stopped publication, Seventeen hired at least three former Burst editors as prominent staffs. On the editorial of Weekly Gendai, Tetsuya Miyazaki described Seventeen as the "flaming pastel-colored magazine being taken over by the ghost of Burst", he pointed out that many "characteristic phrases" of Burst have appeared in Seventeen as its headlines, since around 2005