French Kiss’s Reality Travel Show with Theme “Girls’ Vacation” to Begin Airing in July
“French Kiss no Kiss Tabi,” the debut show by French Kiss (Yuki Kashiwagi, Aki Takajo, Asuka Kuramochi)–a sub-unit of AKB48–will begin airing from July 1st on TV Tokyo.
“French Kiss no Kiss Tabi” is a reality travel show with “girls’ vacation” as its theme, and which provides full coverage of French Kiss on their international travels.
The three members are inexperienced international travelers. While abroad they use “Imoto Wifi” and smartphones to obtain information and are challenged by eating at restaurants, shopping, and doing activities. In the first episode, the girls enjoy a trip to Singapore together. In the second, each member, thinking about the two, designs a trip to fit their personality.
After the Singapore trip, Yuki Kashiwagi reflected, “All we did was eat. I realized that French Kiss are really greedy when it comes to food.” Speaking about the time she rode an elephant at a zoo after deciding that she wasn’t going to, she said, “When I saw the other two girls having so much fun, before I knew it I ended up riding the the elephant too.” She told fans, “I’m a little nervous about what the other members will have me do for the upcoming individual trip, but I’m really excited to go. I’m looking forward to an individual trip filled with adventure.”
Aki Takajo said, “Since I’d never been on a trip with friends to another country, a ‘girls’ vacation’ was totally new to me and full of first-time experiences.” Her message to fans was, “You have to see the new, a little more grown-up French Kiss!” Asuka, who really enjoyed the trip, laughed, “I can’t believe the three of us, now over 20, had such a blast in Singapore!” She went on, “It’s the same relaxed atmosphere French Kiss has when we’re together (laughs). This is the side of us that I want to come across in the show.”
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