Friday, June 17, 2011

Tokyo Girl Emi Suzuki

Name: 鈴木えみ Emi Suzuki
Birth Name: 吳子良 Wu ZiLiang (Wu Tsuryan)
Nicknames: Emichi, Emi-Emi, Eminyan
Birthdate: September 13, 1985
Birthplace: 上海 ShangHai, China Height: 168 cm Agency: Star

Emi Suzuki (鈴木 えみ) is a Japanese fashion model and occasional actress. Suzuki emigrated to Kyoto at the age of 12, becoming a naturalized Japanese citizen. She changed her name to the Japanese Emi Suzuki (鈴木依美).

Shortly after arriving in Japan, she attended Fujinomori Middle School, a public junior high school in Kyoto, and became fluent in Japanese within a year. After graduating from middle school, Suzuki attended Kyoto Ryōyō High School for a short period.

Suzuki auditioned for the fashion magazine Seventeen at the suggestion of a friend, successfully passed the audition in the summer of 1999, and began her modeling career at the age of 15. Soon after appearing in the magazine, her popularity rose, and she became a prominent model. In the late 1999, Suzuki appeared in her first TV commercial for Dancemania Speed 2 alongside Franky Gee.

After she first appeared in the music video for Ketsumeishi's 2005 mega-hit song Sakura, she terminated her contract with Seventeen in 2006 and began her contract with PINKY as an exclusive model. Since then as one of the most featured models of PINKY, whenever she landed on the cover of the magazine, she was alone, except only one time on 2007.

While working as a model for PINKY under an exclusive contract, she has also worked as a model for many other fashion magazines and has modeled for a variety of ads, such as Shiseido, Suntory, OPC (Calorie Mate).[6] Aside from modeling, she has appeared in many TV series, such as The Long Love Letter, The Queen of the Lunch, Water Boys 2, and made efforts to work with the TV series Yukan Club in 2007.

Widely known by her nickname Emichee, she has often been described as a "charismatic model". Suzuki is particularly popular among gyaru teenagers in Japan.

In November 2007, having earned an estimated total of $31 million in the past 10 months, several medias named her one of the top ten earning models in Japan in 2007.

Emi Suzuki Pictures


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