Japanese version of beauty and the beast? Pretty Japanese fashion model and actress Karina Nose 香里奈 (かりな) features in advertisement with South Korean kick boxer and K1 mixed martial arts fighter Choi Hong Man 최홍만, 崔洪萬 for Lotte ice cream.
Karina has been a fashion model for Japanese fashion magazines JJ, Ray and CanCam and appeared in TV commercials forPepsi, Shiseido, Lotte, Bausch and Long, Big Globe, Subaru, Honda, Suntory, Toyota, ShaMaison and JAL.
Karina has also appeared in several movies including, Bandage (2008) , Koizora (2007), Shaberedomo Shaberedomo (2007), Rinne / Reincarnation (2006), Umizaru (2005)
Tengoku no Honya ~Koibi~ / Heaven’s Bookstore – The Light of Love (2004) and Shinkokyuu no Hitsuyou (2004). She has one upcoming movie next year “Parade”.
Death Note is a Japanese manga series originally written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The series has also been adapted into live-action films as well as an anime series. The story is about how a high school student, Light Yagami could kill anyone if he knows the name and writes it in the Death Note.
Debu Note on the other hand makes people fat when their names are written in the Debu Note. This parody came from the SMAP guys on their show SMAP X SMAP with guest Japanese fashion model and actress Karina.
Becoming a gorgeous Japanese fashion magazine model is a dream for many young fashionable Japanese women. There are many fashion magazines in Japan catering to each style of fashion (street fashion, gyaru, high fashion etc) and every demographic group (teen, mid 20s, mid 30s, mid 40s etc).
Top fashion magazines include CanCam, ViVi, Classy, Ray, JJ, Glamours, AneCan, With, Spur, Ginza, Popteen, Seventeen, Pinky, NonNo, Egg!, Cawaii! Spring, Fudge, Mini, Smart etc are on sale along with hundreds of other titles at every book stand and fashion shows like the Tokyo Girls Collection regularly outsell Jpop concerts at large stadium venues.