Minami Aoyama
Japanese pornographic film actor
Minami Aoyama
Minami Aoyama is a Japanese AV idol and pink film actress. She has appeared in award-winning pink films, and was herself given a Best Actress award for her work in this genre in 2006.
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Exclusive: Excerpt From Barry Eisler's New Book "The Detachment" - truthout
Google News - over 5 years
There was still jazz at Body & Soul in Minami Aoyama, where no seat is too far from the stage for a quiet word of thanks to the band members at the end of the evening; coffee at Café de l'Ambre in Ginza, where even as he nears his hundredth birthday,
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Stefanel apre a Tokyo il primo flagship store in Giappone - Pambianconews
Google News - over 5 years
Il negozio si trova al 3-13-23, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, nel prestigioso quartiere Aoyama, una delle aree più eleganti della città. Il flagship store si sviluppa su due piani, per un totale di 200 m², e accoglie le collezioni donna e accessori
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Get your soy joy at Tokyo's 5 best vegan restaurants - CNNGo.com
Google News - over 5 years
This stylish vegan café is tucked away in the Aveda holistic spa building in fashionable Minami-Aoyama. Staff put a lot of time into preparing its offerings, focusing on organic vegetables and beans. Tokyo Vegan Restaurants
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'Pink revolution' hits Tokyo streets - The Daily Yomiuri
Google News - over 5 years
The owner of an upscale shop for men in Minami-Aoyama, Tokyo, said bright pink is a popular color for small items like scarves, too. With the pink trend already making advances in the streets of Tokyo, it's no wonder that top international designers
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Tokyo next in line for invasion of the cupcakes - CNNGo.com
Google News - over 5 years
Although Japanese aficionados know there are a handful of shops around Tokyo, like Bella's in Minami Aoyama and Notting Hill Cakes in Jiyugaoka, the craze has yet to hit full swing here, but that might be about to change. Magnolia Bakery, the cupcake
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LISTENING POST: LIVE Red Dot Relief - The Japan Times
Google News - over 5 years
The event will take place June 25 at club Favela in Tokyo's Minami Aoyama district. "Through the event we hope to raise awareness about the current situation in (the tsunami-hit city of) Ishinomaki," explains McGlone. "Our aim is to help relieve some
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48 heures à Tokyo, ville de la confidentialité - Le Figaro
Google News - over 5 years
Omotesando, 101, place Miyuki, 5-3-8, Minami Aoyama Minato-ku. Tél. : 03 3400 10 09. 17h. SIESTE. Tout est bon pour essayer de se remettre d'aplomb. 19h. DÎNER. Surtout, ne résumez pas les nourritures tokyoïtes aux sushis, soba et udon
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HEADS UP; Signature Blends at Tokyo Bars
NYTimes - over 6 years
THE mention of Japanese whiskey was once most likely to recall Bill Murray's Suntory Time ad campaign in ''Lost in Translation.'' But over the last decade, the drink's reputation has experienced a meteoric rise. Any lingering doubts were put to rest in 2008 when Nikka's Yoichi Single Malt 1987 and Suntory's Hibiki 30 Years Old won the World's Best
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THE GET; IN-STORE | Arrow Dynamic
NYTimes - over 8 years
1. Hirofumi Kurino,the fashion oracle behind United Arrows Ltd. -- he's a co-founder of the 100-store Japanese retail giant, which sells everything from street-inspired sportswear to bespoke suits -- has tastes as wide-ranging as the brand. ''We try to be original and creative, like our customers,'' he says. ''They're more style-conscious than
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Hidden Tokyo
NYTimes - over 9 years
IT was the middle of the night as a Japanese skateboarder and concert promoter named Chris led me through Tokyo's Shibuya district -- a sort of futuristic Times Square -- with its hyper-commercial vertical sprawl of glass office towers and flashing neon billboards advertising the latest cellphones and pop stars. We threaded past the sleeping
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FORAGING; TOKYO: BALLANTYNE CASHMERE
NYTimes - over 10 years
Brazil meets Tehran, and I'm not talking about the World Cup. The interior designer Nicola Quadri chose Josef Frank's botanical prints to decorate Ballantyne Cashmere's new flagship store in the upscale Aoyama district of Tokyo. The lighter, cream-based Brazil pattern, with its swirl of tropical fruits and flowers, greets customers from behind the
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WHAT'S DOING IN; Tokyo
NYTimes - almost 15 years
World attention swivels to Japan and Korea when the two nations are hosts to the World Cup soccer final, May 31 to June 30. The games will coincide with the annual iris festivals, a bit early this year because of the unseasonably warm weather. And whether they are soccer fans or flower fans or neither, summer visitors to Tokyo will find a city that
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Do You Otaku?
NYTimes - about 15 years
A modest proposal: Tokyo is the real international capital of fashion. Not Paris, which has claimed the title for decades; not New York, which clings to its market domination for the crown; not even Milan, where industrialists make the business an art. Being the capital of fashion isn't about who has the boutiques or the runway shows or the fashion
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Choice Tables; A Sake Sampler, With Food To Match
NYTimes - over 15 years
SAKE, the Japanese rice wine, is increasingly popular in the United States, even with non-Japanese food. And in Tokyo, where it has always been in fashion with those over 50, it has recently gained favor among 30-somethings, especially the chilled version, or reishu, as opposed to heated sake, or atsukan. For aficionados, here are five restaurants
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WHAT'S DOING IN; Tokyo
NYTimes - over 16 years
Almost like magic, sometime in late September, Tokyo is transformed from one of the world's muggiest, most miserable cities to a walker's paradise. The old joke holds that during the long summer months, Tokyo is a place where one can walk and swim at the same time. But with the passing of the season's typhoons, dry winds bringing a crisp freshness.
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WHAT'S DOING IN; Tokyo
NYTimes - almost 18 years
The sakura ''front'' is already moving up the Japanese archipelago, working its magic on a country emerging from winter, if not from its economic slump. Here in Tokyo, the capital, the anticipation of the sakura, or cherry blossoms, is almost palpable. Their less celebrated but equally exquisite heralds, plum blossoms, have taken their bows, and
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CHOICE TABLES; In Tokyo, Four Where Food and Setting Are Special
NYTimes - over 18 years
THERE are times when you want to celebrate -- a birthday or anniversary, perhaps, or to treat yourself and someone special to an exceptional meal. If you find yourself in Tokyo on such an occasion, here are four restaurants worth remembering. All serve excellent food, and are also noteworthy for their attractive interiors and sophisticated
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CHOICE TABLES; Comfort Food, Japanese Style
NYTimes - about 19 years
WITH the Olympic Winter Games just under way in Nagano, the entire country is prepared to play host to the world's top athletes, and the crowds of fans who will come to cheer them on. Most visitors to Japan will be arriving and departing by way of Tokyo, staying for several days to see some of this huge, modern metropolis. For February's visitors,
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Idiosyncrasy Under Glass; ECLECTIC ART IN TOKYO
NYTimes - over 22 years
THE Nezu Art Museum, smack in the middle of Tokyo, is a rare surprise. This 50-year-old institution, nestled in a traditional garden, houses an eclectic collection of Asian art that dates from 2,000 B.C. to the 1920's. I like the Nezu because its exhibits include both painstakingly refined and crudely fashioned objects, a satisfying cohabitation of
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Q and A
NYTimes - about 23 years
To Russia From Japan Q. I would like to go to the Russian Far East by way of Japan. Do any ferries operate between Hokkaido and Khabarovsk or Vladivostok? Or is there some other way of getting to this area of Russia from Japan? -- Marjorie Scilken-Friedman, Washington A. There is no way of getting to Khabarovsk or Vladivostok by boat or plane from
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Minami Aoyama
    FORTIES
  • 2011
    In April 2011, Aoyama co-starred with Nao Ayukawa in director Yoshikazu Katō's pink film and soon afterwards she announced her retirement from the entertainment business and closed her official blog as of June 2011.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2008
    In addition to appearances on television and in V-cinema, Aoyama also joined "Gesshoku Kagekidan", an avant-garde theatrical group, and in August 2008 performed in a play by Shūji Terayama.
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    After her retirement from adult videos, Aoyama continued to make pink films including starring roles in the 2008 Nakagawa Jun Kyōju no Inbina Hibi with Rinako Hirasawa, and director Yoshikazu Katō's November 2009 film, which won the Best Film at the Pink Grand Prix for 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Aoyama was also named Best Actress, 2nd place for her performance in this film. Also in 2009, Aoyama won the Best Supporting Actress prize at the Pinky Ribbon Awards.
  • 2007
    Her retirement was marked by simultaneous releases of videos from the Momotaro and Attackers studios on June 7, 2007 and a special photo session appearance by Aoyama for Attackers.
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    Aoyama announced her retirement from AV work at the June 2007 event Momotaro Night 2007! (桃太郎Night!2007) held in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
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  • 2006
    Aoyama was one of the leads in the 2006 mainstream romantic fantasy, which was also released in the United States in May 2007.
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    Among her more prominent pink film performances was in Shinji Imaoka's Uncle's Paradise, released in May 2006.
    More Details Hide Details At the annual Pink Grand Prix, the film was chosen as the eighth best pink release of the year, and Aoyama was given an award as Best Actress.
    As an AV actress, Aoyama was nominated for the Best Actress Award at the 2006 Adult Broadcasting Awards ceremony for her work on the Japanese adult satellite TV network SKY PerfecTV! in 2005.
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  • 2005
    Aoyama had a featured role alongside Mayu Asada and Lemon Hanazawa in the September 2005 J-horror pink film, also known as Kannō byōtō: nureta akai kuchibiru, based on the Japanese urban legend of the Kuchisake-onna.
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  • 2004
    In October 2004, she appeared with AV idol Sora Aoi in the mainstream revenge film directed by Kōsuke Suzuki.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1982
    Born on May 28, 1982.
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