Fuko - Japanese gravure idol


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Fuko (Fūko) is a Japanese gravure idol with a 47-inch bust.

Birthdate: February 10, 1988 (1988-02-10) (age 19)
Birth location: Okinawa, Japan
Measurements: 120-60-88(cm) 47-24-35(inch)
Height: 1.52 m (4 ft 12 in)
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brown
Natural bust: Yes
Ethnicity: Japanese

Fuko first appeared in soaplands under the name "Love", a name she used for topless photos at the Tokyo Topless site in 2005. In the year 2006, Fuko rapidly achieved fame in Japan, appearing in a number of Japanese magazines and on television. She started her Japanese-language blog, in September of 2006. On November 21, 2006, Fuko appeared on the Japanese television program Narutomo! with Yuzuki Aikawa. She appeared in an eponymously titled DVD (Fuko P!) which was released on March 9, 2007. A second DVD, Mix Juice, released March 16, 2007, featured Fuko with two other models. Bachelor Magazine, a Japanese big-bust publication, included a 20-minute DVD entitled Busty Angels featuring Fuko in its March, 2007 issue.

Fuko's latest solo DVD, Dekaroman, was released on May 25, 2007. In her blog, Fuko states that this DVD was filmed in Okinawa. The model's first photobook, KYO-P!! is scheduled for release on June 25, 2007, the same day as her fourth DVD, Chidarake, another work in which she will appear with two other models.

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