3 most popular Japanese girl models!

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  • There are many models in this world and the standards of beauty are different in each country and each culture. For the Japanese, generally, beautiful girls have skinny bodies, small faces, and big eyes. There are many models in Japan as well, and they are pretty popular for both boys and girls. In this article, I will introduce you some of the models who are most popular in Japan these days.

    1. Mirei Kiritani (桐谷美玲)

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    Mirei Kiritani is one of the most popular models in Japan. She has large eyes and is extremely skinny. According to the official website of Mirei Kiritani, her weight is just 38 kg even though her height is 163.5 cm. Her cutie face and body, that is considered perfect among Japanese girls, are the main reasons for her popularity.

    2. Rola (ローラ)

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    Rola is also one of the most popular models in Japan. Rola is half Bangladeshi and half Japanese. Because of her mixed routes, Rola’s face features are little bit different from the regular Japanese and that difference makes her memorable and very popular among young people.

    3. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ)

    When you hear her name for the first time, you might feel a little strange about it. This name, of course, is not real, it is just her model stage name. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is famous because of her unique fashion sense and personality. As you can see, she is very pretty and has her own style. That makes her very attractive to many people, outside of Japan as well. She is also a pop singer, her songs are quite funny, rhythmic, and extremely popular!

    So here are three models who are very popular in Japan. But, of course, there are many more beautiful celebrities in Japan! I think if you take a look at the models on Japanese websites, in magazines, on TV shows, and even on advertisements, you will definitely find the one you just can’t take your eyes off!

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