A little after noon in early July, we spotted Kyoko Gunji, 33, walking toward the headquarters of Nippon Television Network Corporation from the main street in Shiodome, Tokyo.
Gunji was dressed in a cool and refreshing blue blouse and blue pants. She was wearing a black cardigan, probably to protect herself from the air-conditioned office. Perhaps she was thinking about something, but her serious expression showed a sense of tension as she prepared for work.
The charm of Guji lies in her ability to communicate without being restricted by her occupation as a female TV announcer. Last September, she launched an apparel brand “Audire” as a new business venture of Nippon TV, and through the brand, “I want to make the world aware of the unknown talents of female TV announcers” (fashion website “CLASSY”, March 19, 2003).
She has a great ability to read news manuscripts. By July 10, she updated her Instagram page to show off her miniature golf outfit.
This summer, I’ve been taking various precautions, but I’m steadily losing weight.
“I’ve started taking sunscreen this year, but I’m not sure how it will work,” she wrote. At the time this magazine discovered this, it was before golf, so Guji’s skin was clear and white, but how effective is it?
PHOTO.： Yuri Adachi