Friday, July 23, 2010

Seiyuu Kobayashi Yuu's New Photo Book Out This Week

Seiyuu Kobayashi Yuu's new photo book came out on Thursday. It's called "two love x one love" (2♥1♥), and is published by gravure magazine Sabra.

This is Yuu-chan's second book of photos. A previous one called "Lovin' Yu" came out in 2008. Modelling is nothing new for her. She was a magazine model before she became a seiyuu.

The sexy photos are a bit of a surprise if you aren't used to them: a lot of disarranged clothing and shots beside a bed.

Yuu-chan, 28, can play both girls and boys. She is Setsuna in the Negima! series, and Hiroshi in Ookamikakushi. Some of her other well-known roles have been Ryouta in Kyou no Go no Ni, Dan in Bakugan Battle Brawlers, and Rio in So-Ra-No-Wo-To. I thought she was excellent as Meiren in Vampire Bund.

She has a two-person rock group called Crush Tears. Yuu-chan is also known as Gahaku 画伯, "Master Painter," for the fairly awful drawings she likes to do.

The photo book comes with a DVD. Here is a sample:


The 80-page photo book, including DVD (Region 2) is available from CD Japan for around US$30.


Anonymous said...

LOL she's still as polite as always. Her bow was like... 5 seconds long at least XD

I really like her work, tho Rio was a bit of a mess... and I think she's really pretty, plus she probably has one of the nicest figures in the seiyuu world <3

Kanon said...

Thank you so much for posting this. Yuu looks drop-dead gorgeous here. Definitely one of the prettiest seiyuu around for me. I may just have to get this...

Oh god, you just reminded me of how amazing her drawings are lol. She ought ot release an artbook someday :p

Anonymous said...

When you look at how she draws and the way she acts onstage, she actually thinks you know, like really think, as the going goes before and even in real-time, perhaps reflections after probably. And really makes efforts in whatever undertakings she takes on. I think that's what make her so charming, she thinks, then interpret it, and execute it in the most extra-ordinary ways. Most seiyuu read scripts, most seiyuus are idols, there's always uniform presentation of humour and chit and chat. But Yuu san is slightly 'enlightening', like the lighting.