Meet 4 Hottest Japanese Models

Japanese Models

Japanese models have always been famous in terms for their work and their looks. They have always been apple of everyone’s eyes by their gorgeous acts and beautiful features. I’ll enlist a few of Japanese models down here along with their accomplishments.

Rila Fukushima

Rila Fukushima is a well-known Japanese actress and model who has made a name for herself in Hollywood. Her breakout performance came in the 2013 American superhero film “The Wolverine.” The film went on to become the ‘X-Men’ franchise’s fifth highest-grossing film.

Rila Fukushima

Rila portrayed Yukio, Wolverine’s sidekick. Her character was based on the same-named fictional character from Marvel Comics. ‘Yukio’s first appearance was in ‘Wolverine’ #1 in September 1982. She was a Japanese ninja warrior who helped ‘Wolverine’ in his quest to save the world from bad guys.

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Accomplishments

Rila’s first commercially successful film was ‘The Wolverine.’ Rila had to audition for the part in cities such as New York, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. She’s also starred in shows including ‘The Long Goodbye’ (2014), ‘Arrow’ (2014–present), ‘Game of Thrones’ (2015), and ‘Million Yen Women’ (2017).

Her famous role was in the movie “Ghost in the Shell,” in which she was praised for her portrayal of a red-robed “geisha.” She played ‘Yoichi’ in the Japanese film ‘Gonin Saga,’ which she starred in 2015.

Masahiro Higashide and Kenta Kiritani played the lead roles in the film. She also starred in the TV movie ‘Warrior,’ in which she played a character called ‘Tasu,’ in the same year. Rila Fukushima was named one of Vogue Japan’s “Women of the Year” in 2013.

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Kiko Mizuhara

Kiko Mizuhara is a Japanese-American actress, model, and fashion designer. She got birth in Texas and spent her childhood in Japan with her parents. Kiko worked as an exclusive model for ViVi for a while before debuting on the runway at the Tokyo Girls Collection. Her modeling career took off not only in Japan but also in the rest of Asia and Europe.

Kiko Mizuhara

Kiko has been featured in the editorial sections of several magazines, including Vogue Japan, Vogue China, Vogue Taiwan, Vogue Italia, and Vogue America, and walking the runway. Along with her appearances on the covers and spreads of several high-profile magazines, her reputation was further recognized by the fashion industry around the world.

Accomplishments

Kiko Mizuhara is a model, actress, and fashion designer of Japanese descent. She grew up in Japan with her parents, having been born in Texas. Kiko began her modeling career as an exclusive model for ViVi before making her runway debut at the Tokyo Girls Collection. Her modeling career exploded not only in Japan but in Asia and Europe as well.

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Koyuki Kato

Koyuki Kato is a Japanese model and actress who goes by the stage name Koyuki. She got started with her career as a professional model for the Japanese magazine Non-no after winning a modeling competition and later appeared in numerous print and television ads.

Koyuki Kato

The industry took note of her at that stage. She has appeared in several Japanese dramas, TV and magazine advertising campaigns, and foreign films throughout the course of her long career. In 2000, she made her movie debut with the movie “Keizoku.” She went on to star in Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s film “Circuit” in 2001.

In 2003, she had her first recurring appearance in the drama “Kimi Wa Pet.” This show was based on a manga series by Yayoi Ogawa. She rose to prominence after landing the lead role in the Hollywood film “The Last Samurai” (2004), in which she starred alongside Tom Cruise. This was one of her most challenging roles because she had to adapt to the mannerisms of a woman from a different era.

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Accomplishments

Her career slowed when she became a mother three times, but she managed to guest star in TV shows such as “The Legal High” and “The Long Goodbye.” She made a guest appearance in the pilot episode of the 2018 series ‘Princess Hikaritsu.’ Koyuki intends to keep acting in the future.

She has won several awards for her contributions to the entertainment industry, including the Hashida Rookie Prize and the Elan d’Or Award for New Artist. While her films were successful, she also appeared in a number of television shows. She appeared in the movie “Beautiful Life” (2000), “Ikebukuro West Gate Park” (2000), “Tramps Like Us” (2003), and “Engine” (2003). (2005).

Her performance in “Engine” won her the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 45th Television Drama Academy Awards (2005). She was one of the narrators at the Nation Berlin Exhibition in 2012.

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Erika Sawajiri

Erika Sawajiri, better known by her stage name Erika, is a successful Japanese actress, singer, and model. She has appeared in movies such as “Pacchigi!” “Helter Skelter,” and “Shinobi.” Erika Sawajiri started her career after graduating from elementary school in 1999 and passing the Stardust audition.

Erika Sawajiri

She later joined the band ‘Angel Eyes’ and began modeling for teen magazines such as ‘Cutie’ and ‘Nicola.’ She also worked as a bikini model for a short time. She eventually rose to prominence after performing on a number of variety shows, and in 2001, she became a regular on the television program ‘Harajuku Launchers.’

Her relationship with Tsuyoshi Takashiro has gotten her a lot of attention, as her outspoken opposition to talent agencies limits their clients. She returned after a lengthy absence after a public backlash, and she currently has multiple projects in the works. She has now been called one of Japan’s most attractive and versatile actors.

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Accomplishments

She made her film debut in 2002 with the film ‘Mondai no nai Watashitachi.’ She keeps up to work in television, appearing on Fuji TV’s ‘Visual Queens,’ NTV’s ‘The Yoru Mo Hit Parade,’ CX News’s ‘Chou VIP Fortune no Tobira,’ and CBC’s ‘Bijou Dokyuu,’ among others. She appeared in the films “Sugar & Spice,” “The Angel’s Egg,” and “Ghost Train” in 2006. After appearing in the movie Closed Note in 2007, she took a long break from acting.

Her terse response to a reporter’s query sparked the break, which was widely panned in the media. Erika later issues an official apology on the website of her agency. After a while, there were reports that her talent agency, Stardust Promotions, would terminate Erika’s contract. Erika’s drug abuse was cited as the reason for her termination, but her mother denied the charges.

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