Darvish, Hiroki Matsui, Sousuke Genda, Keiji Takahashi – WBC Samurai Japan’s Beautiful Alluring Wives Photo Collection
The World Baseball Classic (WBC) will finally begin on March 8. Expectations are high for Japan to win the WBC for the first time since the second tournament in 2009.
Darvish was definitely the one who raised the team’s awareness during the training camp, which was held in Miyazaki until February 27. Not only did he give technical advice to the pitchers on how to grip the ball and how to throw a breaking ball, but he also exchanged views with Hotaka Yamakawa (31, Seibu) and the other fielders at a dinner party. They exchanged opinions on life in Japan. Manager Hideki Kuriyama is also pleased with Darvish’s participation, saying, “A chemical change has occurred.
Darvish is able to lead a fulfilling baseball life in Japan and the U.S. because of the support of his wife, Seiko Yamamoto, a former world wrestling queen. In August 2010, Seiko gave birth to their fifth child.
FRIDAY” has often spotted the beautiful wives of samurai warriors. Many of the wives are former idols and actresses, including Tomomi Itano (31) for Keiji Takahashi (25, Yakult), Anna Ishibashi (30) for Hiroki Matsui (27, Rakuten), and Misae Eto (30) for Sousuke Genda (30, Seibu). We would like to introduce their aura of charm and charm with these treasured photos.
Shooting winter coats on the street in 30°C temperatures
It was in September 2006 that I discovered Ishibashi, the wife of Rakuten’s Matsui and an actress. The photo shoot for a fashion magazine was taking place on a street in Jingumae, Tokyo, lined with apparel stores. The temperature that day was over 30 degrees Celsius, but she was standing in front of the camera wearing a coat with a cool smile.
Ms. Ishibashi entered the entertainment industry in 2006 when she won the Grand Prix in the “Horipro Talent Scout Caravan. She started out as a legitimate actress, but in 2012 she appeared in NHK’s variety program “LIFE! Since then, she has continued to enjoy steady popularity, appearing in numerous commercials, dramas, and movies.
She and Matsui had a steady relationship and married in December 2006, and reported the birth of their first child in May 2008 and their second child in October 2010.
The wives of Samurai Japan players support their lives off the field. With their presence, it is no longer a dream for Japan to defeat rivals the United States and South Korea and reach the top of the world.
Photo： Takao Kawakami AP/Afro REX/Afro