Friday, December 02, 2011

Yuuki Aoi in a Sailor Suit

A new magazine called Voice Angel has debuted with photo series featuring Yuuki Aoi, Taketatsu Ayana, Ogura Yui, and Kayano Ai.

Despite the fact she's 19 and in college, they featured Ao-chan in a middle-school sailor-style uniform. Ao-chan says she borrowed an old uniform of her mother's.







Cover of the magazine
Oh, and if you'd like to see Ao-chan's mother, from whom she borrowed the uniform, here is a shot from Ao-chan's blog a few years ago


When Ao-chan was younger, her mother accompanied her to all her recording and filming sessions.

But she sometimes seems closer to her father, whom Ao-chan says looks like a gangster, but who is actually a department head in a game company (apparently Capcom):


And while I'm talking about her family, here is Ao-chan with her grandmother, also a few years ago. Even shorter, lol:

Sorry, I haven't yet come across the photos of the other seiyuus in Voice Angel.

11 comments:

Nemi said...

Thank you Hashi!!!

caitlyn said...

I'd already seen these pictures a few times, but the fact that she borrowed the uniform from her mom is just adorable!!

Anonymous said...

hmm weird. I thought the pictures were from Seiyuu Paradise Vol.8

Jelly said...

Is there any link for the voice angel magazine? >.>

Anonymous said...

forgot to mention but I think voice angel is actually a photobook and not magazine. Sorry if I'm wrong about this

Chaya said...

Thank you for sharing us with Aoi-san cute picture. :)

hashi said...

Blogger hashi said...

@anonymous -- Thanks! I got two magazines/books mixed up. The sailor suit photos are in Seiyuu Paradise (I think v8). The four-seiyuu thing is in Voice Angel, which is an independent "mook" (magazine/book?). It features the four seiyuus' pictures, but seems to have some pics of many more, all of the "next generation" (more or less): Sakura Ayane, Ise Mariya, Ishihara Kaori, Hidaka Rina, Komkatsu Mikako, Okubo Rumi and others. Those amazon.jp pages I link to have a button at the top right to switch them to mainly English. Seiyuu Paradise is also called a mook, but apparently has previous volumes featuring other seiyuus.

mockman said...

Given how it fits, does that mean she hasn't grown since middle school? It's in immaculate condition.

Henry said...

She is cute!

Anonymous said...

How art thou, Hashi?

yuruyuru said...

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Thank you, hashi!!