TGU Give Away : Short Hair-Cut Photo Book “0410” For Three Lucky Readers!

TGU Give Away : Short Hair-Cut Photo Book “0410” For Three Lucky Readers!

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Do you remember the photobook “0410” we introduced before? -the photobook covering only cute short hair-cut girls!


With that increasing acceptance with short hair-cuts  and to present as an appeal for the beauty of short-cut hair more to the public, Short Hair-Cut Promotion Committee (Short-Cut Suishin Iinkai) has published their second photobook titled, “0410(short)” on September 1st, 2015. For this month, we’ll be giving away the photobook for three people!  Actually, the photobook sells really good and there are only few stocks (online shop here)!

The covergirl for the photobook is Rena Takeda, who is one of the models from the teen magazine “Popteen.” Other models are ; Roa Kusunoki, Chufumi Horikoshi, Mai Imai (Musubizm), Nana Iida, Momo Ogata, Hina Koyama (Kamiyado), Haruhi Nakajima (Junes☆Princess), and so on! Find more details about the photobook here.

On October 24th, the photobook “0410” was featured at the event named “Bookdol Union”. This new event was sponsored by diskunion who manages bookunion, a bookstore which specializes in music and culture books. During this event, idol writer Shinshi Okajima organized a talk show and live performance based on “Books, Music, and Idols.”


The photo is from the event

For the second show, the photographer for “0410” Erika Iida, Hina Koyama (Kamiyado), Haruhi Nakajima (Junes☆Princess), and Chifumi Horikoshi from Miss iD 2015, took the stage.  (for the first show, “Million Doll”, a manga that illustrates the perspectives of both idols and idol otakus, was featured. See the event report here) The event report will coming up soon, so don’t miss that too!

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Been working in girls’ fashion magazines for a long time and am now the chief editor of Tokyo Girls’ Update. I have more expertise in Japanese teen fashion than anyone else (probably)! I’m a huge fan of the Revolutionary Girl Utena and Bakemonogatari animes.

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