Ryoko Hirosue’s “Too Bold Sheer Dress Revealed” Delights Fans: ……! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Ryoko Hirosue’s “Too Bold Sheer Dress Revealed” Delights Fans: ……!

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Actress Ryoko Hirosue attended the “Bulgari Aurora Awards 2022” held on July 7. The event “spotlights the achievements and activities of ‘Inspiring Women’ who shine with unparalleled talent and creativity in a variety of fields and celebrates their way of life by presenting them with awards” (press release). (press release). This year’s event was the sixth.

Hirosue took the stage in a long dress with a see-through bust. She looked elegant with her accessories (from PR Times).

Although Hirosue was not the recipient of the award, she appeared as a nominee of the winner, Mika Omori (screenwriter and director).

Omori won the 24th Hashida Award in 2015 for her work on the NHK television series Asa no Kita (Asa’s Coming), as well as the Grand Prize of the Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival in 2017 for her NHK feature drama Dazzle: Hokusai’s Daughter. Her latest work is the 2021 NHK historical drama “Seiten wo Sukuke”.

Hirosue appeared at the event wearing an overly bold long see-through dress. She said, “I am very happy to be invited to this glamorous event at the end of the year, as it is a reward for my hard work this year.

When asked about her aspirations for the coming year, she replied, “This year I was asked to stand as a nominator for the writer, Mr. Omori. I was also able to take on new challenges this year, such as writing for the first time and publishing a photo book for the first time in about 20 years. I hope that next year will be another year of challenges.

In addition to Hirosue, the award ceremony was attended by a star-studded lineup including Hana Sugisaki, Sei Mori, Tomohisa Yamashita, and Koki.

Born in Kochi Prefecture in 1980, Hirosue won the Grand Prix at the age of 14 in the first Clairacil “Shikashika Face Contest.” In 2014, she starred in the NHK drama “Seijo” (The Holy Woman), written by Omori. This year, she published her first essay, “Hirosue’s Thinking Map: The Shape of Happiness” (Takarajima-sha). In her personal life, she is a mother of three children, balancing work and family life.

I think I’m going to fall more and more seriously in love with Hirosue…!

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