by Chris MaGee
Lots of mention of Aoi Miyazaki on the blog this Friday. Fans of the 23-year-old star will be happy to know that they won't have to wait until we see some kind of release of her latest films "Children of the Dark" or "Shonen Meriken Sakku" on these shores to get a glimpse of her. Miyazaki appears in the latest video from Japanese pop duo Dreams Come True for their newly released single "Tsuretette Tsuretette (Take You, Take You)". In it Miyazaki plays a young illustrator who joins up with a robot... no, a snowman... no a robot snowman (?) for a bit of an adventure.
The only thing is that the folks at Universal Japan haven't provided an embed code at their YouTube channel, which is fine. I can understand that. But what I don't get is how they've cut off the end of the video. Talk about paranoid!
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Thanks to Tokyograph for the heads up.
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