One of my most important tasks at Mail is to find, validate and reverse lookup several contacts a day.I know this might sound as if my job is not too complicated, but don’t be deceived by the simplicity.The same isn’t true elsewhere, which is why I’ve been hesitant to attempt it for other industries.Nevertheless, I suddenly got the urge to run down a list of the leading men of Japanese entertainment and giving my two cents on them.is still going strong, releasing an album last year with sold out concert tours and variety shows that are still popular.Kimu Taku is famous for doing one dorama a year, and it’s always highly anticipated.The only drawback: For all themes with single-column address input (to enable the user to specify a different shipping address directly next to it), the plugin integrates the field only after the phone number.
I spent both Season 1 and Season 2 of the wonderfully touching (Under One Roof) hoping he’d get the girl (the once young and darling Noriko Sakai), which he ended up doing at the very end. My favorite Masa dorama remains could turn a girl into a woman just like that.
Last year’s ren’ai does nothing for me, other than add to my Takenouchi Yutaka love.
Fukuyama Masaharu This guy has my number for some inexplicable reason.
I will always remember him as Hata-san (and perhaps dreaming I was his Teruteru-Bozu).
I believe that had he not hit his stride as an actor at the same time as Kimu Taku, he would be an even bigger star today.
Toshiaki is an actor’s actor, with his early fluffy doramas (like Imouto wo) happening because he’s so damn good looking the man has to fan service us all.