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She is a very beautiful model in Japan .
She is the most popular model in Japan.

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Yuri Ebihara (Ebihara Yuri?, born October 3, 1979 in Sadowara, Miyazaki Prefecture) is a Japanese model and actress.
She is a graduate of Kyushu Sangyo University, where she studied fine arts.

Her first big break came as a model for CanCam, with whom she had an exclusive contract.
She has since appeared in several TV dramas, most recently "Tokumei Kakarichō Tadano Hitoshi" (2007).
She also works as a model for advertising campaigns and recently for the film FinePix range of digital cameras.

Widely known by her nickname "Ebi-chan", she is especially popular with young men and women.
She has been quoted as saying, "If someone doesn't find me cute, I want to know why, because then I'll work on it to get better at being cute".

Yuri Ebihara has a twin sister named Eri Ebihara as well as a younger brother.

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From Youtube , Ami Suzuki's video crip .
She is a popular Japanese singer and very cute idol .

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Ami Suzuki (Suzuki Ami?, born February 9, 1982) is a female singer, songwriter, actress and dancer from Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.

Having been discovered at a Sony Music Entertainment Japan audition, Suzuki was one of the most popular female singers[citation needed] between 1998 and 2000, but in 2000 faced legal problems with her management company.
In 2005, she signed onto Avex Trax and released Delightful, a dance song that reached No. 3 on the Japanese Oricon charts.
Ami's acting career started more seriously: she starred in the live action drama, and also in the Japanese-Korean movie "Magnolia no Hana no Shita de", in which she shot some scenes in New York and Korea.
She was also invited for a third time at 2007's a-nation, where she was chosen as the opening act for the whole tour.

At this time she had already recorded a new single, keeping the line of the "join" project, this time with electronic producer and capsule leader Yasutaka Nakata.
Her 4th "join" single, and first Avex double A-side single, "Free Free / Super Music Maker", was released on August 22, 2007.
For this single's promotion Ami changed drastically her image, from a cute Pop image for a more mature style.
This single did considerably better than the previous "join" singles, debuting at #32 on the Japanese charts, and achieving more than 8 thousand copies sold, little less than the three previous singles sales together.

Suzuki's "join" single was released on November 28, 2007.
It is a collaboration with Aly & AJ on their song "Potential Breakup Song", produced by Japanese DJ and musician Sugiurmn.
Ami released her 3rd Avex studio album (6th overall), Dolce on February 6, 2008.

In July 2008, Suzuki released her first non-joins single since 2006's Like a Love?, ONE, a Yasutaka Nakata-fully produced single.

Suzuki's 29th single, can't stop the DISCO, was released on September 24, 2008.
Her 10th anniversary album - her fourth album with avex -, Supreme Show is expected to be released on November 12, 2008.
It is said to contain 11 tracks - including a remix of SUPER MUSIC MAKER. Ami also starred in an AVEX 20th Anniversary musical, 'kokoro no Kakera'. This is her debut on a musical.

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From youtube , Mari Yaguchi's video crip .
She is a very cute Japanese idol and singer .

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Mari Yaguchi
(Yaguchi Mari?, born January 20, 1983 in Kanagawa, Japan) is a member of the Hello! Project and former member and leader of Morning Musume.
She was a member of Tanpopo, one of the first sub groups, and also founded Minimoni.
She was also was leader of Morning Musume Sakuragumi when Natsumi Abe graduated and ZYX, and was in Romans.
Mari Yaguchi became a member of Morning Musume during the second generation auditions, but resigned suddenly in April 2005.
She basically cited her desire to move on "as an adlt" with her career.
The underlying reason that she had to quit was because it was discovered by the tabloid magazine FRIDAY that she was in a relationship with actor Shun Oguri though she was 22 at the time.
Yaguchi and Oguri have reportedly broken up since April of 2006.
Yaguchi's TV show Yaguchi Hitori (Yaguchi Hitori?) continues as before, and she now focuses on Japanese variety shows as guests and hosts raher than ventures on a singing career.

Early on in the group Yaguchi was often perceived as being "the short one" as she did not stand out a lot, but by the time 4th generation joined she had become one of the most active members of the group.
Her most famous phrase is one of her solo lines from Morning Musume's "Koi no Dance Site" single, and she was asked jokingly in Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari, "When will your real sexy beam come out?".
The line has made its way around fans and fellow musicians alike.
When she graduated from Morning Musume she was the last person to join before the year 2000 (Kaori Iida had left nearly 2 months before), and she currently has the fifth longest tenure of any member, with only Takahashi Ai, Niigaki Risa, Hitomi Yoshizawa and Kaori Iida being in the group longer.

Her first post-Morning Musume recording, "Nigiyaka na Fuyu", done as a collaboration with Berryz Koubou, appears as the coupling track on Berryz Koubou's November 2005 single "Gag 100 Kaibun Aishitekudasai".

Yaguchi was the drama queen in a Japanese drama series called Sento no musume ( daughter of public bathhouse?), Yaguchi was one of the main stars in a Japanese day time drama series called Gyarusa (Gal Circle?), along with her show Yaguchi Hitori, and MCing Hello! Project concerts. From May 25, 2007 and up to June 6, 2007, Yaguchi performed in "Damn Yankees", a popular 1955 Broadway musical at the Tokyo Aoyama Theater.

In summer of 2007, Yaguchi was casted to host a new Gyao TV show, "Midtown TV", becoming her third tv-show on air.
"Midtown TV" airs all weekdays and Yaguchi hosts it on Thursdays.
Also, Mari and seven H!P Eggs are scheduled to appear live and with audience on "Ciao TV", a Kids Station show, on 09/02, 19h~19.30h, on what appears to be yet another TV show.
With that commencing, Yaguchi will be in four TV shows being aired simultaneously.[2]

It was announced on October 19, 2008, on the official Hello!Project website, that Yaguchi will graduate from the Elder Club & Hello!Project all together on March 31st, 2009.

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From youtube , Yoko Minamino's video crip .
She was a very popular Japanese idol,actress and singer .

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Yoko Minamino (Minamino Yōko?, nickname Nanno) is an idol star, singer, and actress born on June 23, 1967 in Itami, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
She graduated from Horikoshi High School in the Chūō district of Nakano, Tokyo.
She is well known for her role as Saki Asamiya in the second season of the live action Sukeban Deka TV series, replacing fellow idol star Yuki Saitō.
She is currently employed by the K Dash Group talent agency.
She has previously worked for the S1 Company, Southern Field, and Sweet Basil talent agencies.

While attending the private Shoin High School in Kobe, Minamino successfully passed an audition in 1982.
During the summer of her second year of high school, she moved to Tokyo where she attended Horikoshi High School along with fellow entertainers Miharu Morina and Minako Honda.
Minamino and Honda met when they both took the entrance examination at the same time.

Minamino made her debut television role in 1984 in Meimon Shiritsu Jōshi Kōkō.
She began working for the talent agency S1 Company at this time. Despite being a mostly unknown face in Japanese entertainment, Minamino was given an unusually large number of pages of gravure insert in a seinen manga magazine.

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From youtube , Ayumi Hamasaki's video crip.
She is a very popular singer and idol in the world .

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Ayumi Hamasaki (Hamasaki Ayumi?, also born October 2, 1978) is a Japanese singer-songwriter and former actress.
Also called Ayu by her fans, Hamasaki has been dubbed the "Empress of Pop" due to her popularity and widespread influence in Japan.
Born and raised in Fukuoka, she moved to Tokyo at fourteen to pursue a career in entertainment.
In 1998, under the tutelage of Avex CEO Max Matsuura, she released a string of modestly selling singles that concluded with her 1999 debut album A Song for XX, which debuted atop the Oricon charts and stayed there for four weeks, establishing her popularity in Japan.

Because of her constantly changing image and tight control over her artistry, Hamasaki's popularity and influence in music and fashion extends all over Asia; trends she started have spread to countries like China,
Singapore, and Taiwan. She has appeared in or lent her songs to many advertisements and television commercials.
Though she originally supported the exploitation of her popularity for commercial purposes, a 2001 event in which Avex forced her to put her greatest hits album in direct competition with Hikaru Utada's Distance made Hamasaki reconsider and eventually oppose her status as an Avex "product".

Having sold around 50 million records in Japan since her 1998 debut with the single "Poker Face", Hamasaki is one of Japan's best-selling singers.
Her singles have set records: she is the Japanese female artist with the highest singles sales, most number-one singles, and is tied for most million-seller singles.
She is also the only Japanese artist to have a number-one single every year for ten consecutive years and the first to have her first eight studio albums top the Oricon.

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