Rina Akiyama - Gravure Idol


Profile


Rina Akiyama
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rina Akiyama (Akiyama Rina, 26 September 1985–) is a Japanese actress, gravure idol, and tarento from Tokyo. Her most notable appearances are in the Kamen Rider Series, Kamen Rider Agito and Kamen Rider Den-O. She also has a cameo appearance in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater in which she is featured in a poster on one of the levels.

Filmography

* Kamen Rider Agito - Mana Kazaya (Kazaya Mana, 2001-2002)
* Kamen Rider Agito: Project G4 - Mana Kazaya (2001)
* Otasuke Girl - Ayumi Moroi (2002)
* Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final - Amusement Park Staff (Yūenchi Sutaffu)
* Chocolat - Riruko Mitarai (Mitarai Riruko, 2003)
* Mito Kōmon (2003)
* GoGo Sentai Boukenger Task 43 - Eve (Santa Claus) (Ivu, 2006)
* Eko Eko Azarak - Mirisu (Mirisu)
* Kamen Rider Den-O - Naomi (Naomi, 2007-2008)
* Kamen Rider Den-O: I am Born! - Naomi (2007)

Website Official web site

Videos

0 comments:

Gravure idols (グラビアアイドル, gurabia aidoru?) are Japanese models who primarily pose in bikinis, leotards, and other provocative clothing for photo spreads in magazines and photobooks aimed largely at men. Fetish themes may include wrestling, martial arts, and Superheroines from tokusatsu. Gravure idols range from as young as age 9 to as old as 35. However, they do not pose nude or perform sexually explicit acts in their work. The term is derived from photogravure, or, technically more precise, rotogravure, the type of printing process used in the production of glossy magazines. In Japanese culture idol (アイドル, aidoru?) refers to mostly female media personalities in their teens and early twenties who are considered particularly cute and pretty and who will, for a period ranging from several months to a few years, regularly appear in the mass media, e. g. as singers for J-pop groups, bit-part actors, TV personalities (tarento), models in photo spreads published in magazines, advertisements, etc. It is commonly said female Japanese idols represent the perfect female form in Japanese society. They are symbols of female sexuality and are often dressed erotically. For this reason they are often idolized by both males and females. Male audiences' infatuations with an idol's good looks are fed with detailed information about the idol's measurements, favorite colors, food, hobbies, blood type, etc. Female audiences are interested in imitating their style, hair color, fashion, etc. Good examples of fashion-leader idols are Ayumi Hamasaki, hitomi, Ryoko Hirosue and Namie Amuro. An AV Idol (adult video idol; AV actress (AV女優, AV joyu?)) is a Japanese idol that works in the pornographic business, often both as an actress as well as a model as the video performances have a wide range, from just the idol strolling around their house doing chores in bikinis. Race queen" (レースクイーン, rēsu kuīn?) is a Japanese term for a type of promotional model found as part of a pit crew in certain kinds of motor racing, such as F1 races. The equivalent British term is "Pit babe". In Japan race queens have a higher profile and are regarded as idols varying only by the motor sport event they appear in. The average age for these girls is late teens to early twenties and demand for them wanes with age. Some go on to become models or even actresses but those who are unable to leverage their career into something larger, sometimes slowly "decline" into AV work, marriage and eventual obscurity. It is not unusual for some of them to have a background as an AV Idol.