Ayaka Komatsu and Kazuki Iio in episode 6 of Kurosagi, 2006.
Ayaka Komatsu’s short appearance in episode 6 of the 2006 drama, “Kurosagi,” with Kazuki Iio and a wee bit of Yamapi if you pay close attention. She plays a golddigger girlfriend (no, really, that’s her credit) and I think very well!
Rina Koike in her 2006 photobook, 1年4組19番.
Here’s another version of the poster/DVD cover for Chain: Rensa Jusatsu. Good graphic design if nothing else.
Also, I completely forgot to link to where you can watch the film! Sorry about that. You can stream it here.
Okay, that was the weirdest thing I’ve ever watched for a PGSM Girl.
This is not a spoiler-free review! Also discussion of rape, violence, gore, suicide.
Summary: Yoriko (Mirai Sagara) receives a text message with a story about a girl being brutally murdered. The murder victim’s best friend launched a crusade to try about find the killers, but conventional methods didn’t work. The next logical step of course is to send a cursed text message. The idea is that if you don’t forward the message, you’re obviously the killer. 12 hours pass: you die.
Yoriko’s weirded out, but her friends, Saki (Miyuu Sawai), Asami (Aoi Miura), and Chika (Miwako Wagatsuma) convince her that it’s a stupid joke. So Yoriko deletes the message.
It should be of no surprise to you that she winds up dead 12 hours later.
More of Miyuu Sawai in “Chain: Rensa Jusatu,” 2006. PS: I finally found a place to watch it, and I did! And I have… opinions. So there’ll be a review later today.
Miyuu Sawai in the horror film “Chain: Rensa Jusatsu,” 2006. Also pictured are co-stars Aoi Miura, Hiroshi Yamamoto, Miwako Wagatsuma, and Mirai Sagara.
Some of my favorite Keiko Kitagawa cover shots during her stint at Seventeen, 2004-2006.
Keiko Kitagawa in an interview in 2006 to promote “Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.” It’s subtitled! They discuss friends (Keiko says she only has 3, which seems mean to our PGSM girls [assuming she was talking about them], but she was likely leaving out Rika who was on hiatus), Hollywood, and cultural difference between the US and Japan.
Also: HAIR ENVY.