Entertainment | Feb 09

Yuki Risa Unveils Her Stunning Figure in 'FRIDAY' Magazine

TOKYO, Feb 09 (News On Japan) - Yukihiro Risa graces the cover of 'FRIDAY' magazine's February 23rd issue, released on the 9th, with a voluminous feature including a cover, lead gravure, and making-of DVD.

'FRIDAY' (Kodansha, released February 9) February 23rd issue / Cover: Yukihiro Risa / Photography: Hidekazu Maiyama

Yukihiro, who has garnered attention as the "too beautiful round girl," has quickly ascended to the top scene of the gravure world. In this new photoshoot, she presents stunning shots in a satin blue bikini that highlights her fair skin and in the bathroom. One is sure to be captivated by her overwhelming beauty, worthy of the title "Gravure Muse." It's a special gravure that captures the most beautiful body of the Reiwa era.

The same issue also features Tomaru Sayaka, who is celebrating her 10th anniversary in gravure activities, Takatsuru Momoha, a beauty attracting attention for her dual career in ballet and gravure, and Kawaguchi Aoi, whose debut photobook is recording hits.

Source: MDPR

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