Week 14 is here and I promise you, there are some great looking gals in this set!
This week’s edition of Gyaru Wednesday was made possible by: Elin ♥, P*hacts, Pop Cutie and gyaru, etc.
No. 4 FTW!
Yeah, that’s Asami Mizukawa, she’s totally hawt :D
According to D-Addicts Wiki she was in Stand Up!!… Got to watch it again… must’ve missed her.
I don’t think she had a big part in Stand Up!! so it’s understandable. I recently saw her in Ketsuekigatabetsu Onna ga Kekkon Suru Hoho which was pretty good, and of course Last Friends, awesome drama^^
Thumbs up for number 4 too!
Oh, I thought it was Takahashi Ai and was confused. But you can see it’s not her in other pics xD
Haha she looks nothing like Aichan^^
Fcuk yea, ハイパーエレクションモードactivated. I would pay 300$ to bang one of those.
Unfortunately for you, they’re not whores :P
But I think they are more likely to say yes to compensated dating. They have that reputation you now. :P Plus don’t crush my fantasies lol.
I’m not sure where you’ve heard that, they don’t work at soapland :P Many of them are celebrities too^^
Hey, been checking out your site for a while especially the Gyaru Wednesday stuff and was wondering what Gyaru really is? Their cute but all I know about Gyaru is there’s a ton of hair color and blush.
Thanks for checking it out :) Gyaru is a “Japanized” word of gal, so girls really. But in Japan the word is used for girls, specifically in Shibuya, with outrageous fashions who hang around the club districts. I have a description of them in week 2 of gyaru wednesday, so if you check out this link you can read a bit more about them. http://yonasu.com/gyaru-wednesday-wk2/
@keyinjpop Gyaru came in the 90′s when girls started to rebel against society. They basically did the opposite that others, Since generally white skin is the peauty ideal they started to tan their skin, and even use massive fake tan. Also blonde hair to get the “Claifornia girl” look. But they are also known as being loud, and rude, and pretty dominant, which could be considered unwomanly in Japan. Also there are several type of Gyaru’s. From light, medium to extreme like Yamamba aka: Ganguro’s. The used to listen and practce Parapara dance (Google Hinoi Team to get an idea) Also it’s besically a generation of strong females that stand up for themself in a mainly men dominated culture like Japan. There are plenty of reports about them on youtube. Their stereotypes: are drop outs from school, loud, rude, and “open minded” Since I totally fancy them I learned a lot about them. ^^
Good thing the ganguro trend is dead, it was horrible! All hail the gyarus though^^