In September of this year, actress Yuriko Yoshitaka (33) was at an athletic stadium in Tama City, Tokyo. She was there for the filming of the drama “Beloved” (TBS), in which she plays the lead role. Yoshitaka is playing the role of a female businesswoman who is an important witness in a murder case. At the stadium, they were probably filming a scene where she reminisced about her school days. Yoshitaka was wearing a high school girl’s look.
“Even in her thirties, Yoshitaka looks young and comfortable in her high school girl outfit. During the lunch break, she was enjoying a location lunch box with her manager. Maybe she had her favorite dish, but she also got her manager’s portion and smiled mischievously, saying, ‘Hey!
For busy celebrities, mealtime is one of the few times they can relax. For busy celebrities, mealtime is one of the few times they can relax and show us their relaxed expressions. We would like to show you some of the famous celebrities’ “hearty meals” in our collection of photos.
Big-name idol gobbles down beef bowl at a chain restaurant
He was gobbling and munching!
What a great way to eat!
In December 2006, a man wearing a chester coat and black pants walked into a gyudon (beef bowl) chain restaurant at lunchtime, which was packed with businessmen in suits. He took a seat at the counter and ordered a bowl of beef bowl and miso soup in a familiar manner. The man who immediately started gulping down his food as soon as it arrived was Ryo Nishikido (36), a big-name idol and singer.
Nishikido, who was eating alone without any disguise, rolled his back and held his phone in his left hand while slurping miso soup with his right. No one notices the famous artist, who is munching on a beef bowl right near him. Nishikido finished his bowl in about 10 minutes. He left the restaurant with a satisfied look on his face.
Popular Chinese food while checking out your car
It was in May of 2007 that Eiji Kotoge (45) of “Baikingu” was found at a popular Chinese restaurant in Ebisu, Tokyo, munching on fried rice. But something was wrong. He was sitting by the window, glancing outside as he ate.
“Mr. Kotoge parked a foreign luxury car nearby and walked into the restaurant. He must be taking very good care of his car. At first, he sat at the counter, but then moved to a seat by the window. He was frequently looking at his car while eating.
Kotoge has never had much to say about himself. I wonder if he is now more interested in luxury foreign cars than women.
Eating a grilled fish lunch in 10 minutes
In September of 2007, the Rugby World Cup was in full swing. On the day of the match between Ireland and Scotland, Sho Sakurai (39) of “Arashi” was at the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, the venue of the match. Sakurai was a special supporter of Nippon Television’s Rugby World Cup. Sakurai, who was a special supporter of NTV’s Rugby World Cup Special Supporter, was watching the pre-game broadcast with special MC Shinya Ueda of “Kurimushi”.
” Sakurai has been playing rugby since he was in the upper grades of elementary school and still loves it. His younger brother played on the rugby team at Keio University, so he sometimes goes to watch the games,” said a TV station insider.
A little after 4:00 p.m., Sakurai and Ueda went to the broadcast seats. A little after 4:00 p.m., Sakurai and Ueda went to the broadcast table. While Ueda was looking at his phone or looking through a rugby magazine, Sakurai began to gobble up a lunch box with a large grilled mackerel on top. Reminiscent of a frozen gyoza commercial he had appeared in, Sakurai devoured his lunch in just 10 minutes.
Celebrities have a great sense of style when they eat. Even the way they sipped their food without worrying about being seen gave off an overwhelming aura.
Photography： Yuri Adachi, Takao Kawakami, Yusuke Kondo, Futa Shima, Ippei Hara, Toshikatsu Tanaka, Shu Nishihara