Takako Tokiwa (50), who will appear in a drama series for the first time in four years, “Sore wa pakurinai desu ka? (NTV), in which Tokiwa Takako (50) will appear for the first time in four years, began airing on June 12. Tokiwa plays the role of a development manager who inspires a good-natured new employee played by Kyoko Yoshine (26), who is called the“Empress” in the company.
Ms. Tokiwa is a “mature and cute” woman who has gained support from a wide range of people for her combination of “girlish cuteness” and “bewitching sex appeal,” no matter what role she plays. In the opening video of this drama, there are homages to classic Hollywood movies, and Tokiwa, dressed coolly in a black suit, looks like Meryl Streep in the movie “The Devil Wears Prada,” which has become a hot topic on social networking sites.
On the 7th, she updated her Instagram. On the 7th, she updated her Instagram page with a bewitching shot of her breasts peeking out. Fans who saw it said,
“How beautiful …. I wish she would publish a photo book!
I can’t believe she’s already 50! I wish you would publish a photo book!
Tokiwa was praised for her “beauty” at 50. Tokiwa said this about her own beautyat 50 years old.
I turned 50 this spring. In my 40s, I couldn’t keep up with my decline, and I was trying to get back to the way I used to be. But now, I’ve changed my mindset to ‘what should I do from here?’ I have blemishes and wrinkles, but rather than trying to fundamentally erase them, I’ve come to think that it’s okay to hide them. Cosmetics are evolving rapidly. I have come to accept that I can take care of them with daily skin care and facial equipment, and cover them up with makeup.
Perhaps it is this gracefulness that makes her beauty stand out even more. This magazine has captured Tokiwa’s “beauty shots” many times. Here are some of them.
Tokiwa in a bewitching cami (January 4, 2002 issue)
At that time, Tokiwa was always seen at various events and ceremonies, and her “daring costumes “ were a “treat ” for the press photographers. Tokiwa appeared at a stage greeting for the movie “A Thousand Years of Love: Hikaru Genji Monogatari” (Toei), wearing a black camisole with a bold opening at the bust. She looked bewitching, but her healthy smile was adorable. The gap between the two was enough to attract the attention of the press.
In a revealing blue dress she wore in “Red Moon” (February 6, 2004 issue).
Tokiwa attended the completion announcement preview of the movie “Akai Tsuki” and wore a see-through dress that showed off her body line, causing the audience to gasp. Tokiwa showed off her radiant smile.
Tokiwa shows her “good guy “ side at the launch of “20th Century Boys” (December 12, 2008).
On the same day, a party was held at a hotel in Tokyo to celebrate the completion of the “20th Century Boys” trilogy. More than 100 people, including actors and related parties, attended the party, which was dispersed after midnight. Tokiwa was dressed in a brown one-piece dress and western boots. She was waiting in front of the hotel with her co-star Ken Maeda for a cab that did not come. When Maeda finally arrived, she tried to give him the cab, but Tokiwa was very grateful and said, “After you. It was a moment that also showed his good nature.
Throwing a kiss at the completion announcement event of “20th Century Boys” (Feb. 6, 2009).
On January 19, 2009, the completion announcement event of the movie “20th Century Boys (Chapter 2): The Last Hope” was held at the Osaka Expo ’90 Commemorative Park, inviting about 1,000 spectators. When Tokiwa appeared in front of the audience, she suddenly threw a kiss. Her gorgeous costume and bewitching beauty took the audience’s breath away.
The moment she showed her cute smile in front of her husband, Keishi Nagatsuka (August 9, ’13 issue).
Tokiwa (41) married playwright, director, and actor Keishi Nagatsuka (38) in October 2009, but in 2012, this magazine witnessed Nagatsuka walking with a drunken Yoko Maki in her arms. Immediately after this, rumors of a discord between the couple surfaced, but we caught them in a lovey-dovey scene that seemed to dispel these rumors. On the day of the event, Tokiwa, Nagatsuka, and their friends were at a dinner party, and they appeared to be in good terms with each other.
PHOTO： Kazuhiko Nakamura (1st and 5th), Mihiro Kikuchi (2nd), Takero Yui (3rd), Shuichi Masuda (6th and 7th), Ryu Kanzaki (8th and 9th), Ippei Hara (10th), Ichiro Takatsuka (11th), Sota Shima (12th), Keisuke Nishi (13th), Saki Hotta (14th)