Yurakucho 7:10 p.m.
In mid-May, Haruka Fukuhara’s fan event “Haruka Fukuhara 1st FanClub Event” was held at Yurakucho Yomiuri Hall. The event was held in two parts, one at 1:00 p.m. and the other at 6:00 p.m. It was the first time in two years that the event was held since last year’s fan event was cancelled, and many fans came to the event.
“The event was held for the first time in two years. The reason why the event was still held was because Fukuhara wanted to do everything she could for her fans.
In addition to the infection control measures taken at the venue, we also asked the visitors to fill out a medical questionnaire beforehand, so that we could be prepared for the event. Thanks to the cooperation of all the fans, we were able to hold the event safely” (event staff).
After the second part of the event ended at 7:30 p.m., the visitors left the venue quickly. When the second part of the event ended at 7:30 p.m., visitors left the venue quickly. It was an hour later that Fukuhara came out of the service entrance wearing a white blouse and black jeans. After a full day at the event, Fukuhara must have been exhausted, but she exchanged greetings with the staff with a big smile on her face and left the site.
The next stop for the office car was Tokyo Station. Wearing a black cap and pulling a suitcase, he and his manager quickly descended into the underground restaurant district of Tokyo Station. However, the restaurant district was all closed. “He turned on his heel in disappointment and walked into the ticket gate of the Tokaido Shinkansen.
Fukuhara, who has been known as “Mae-chan” for many years on NHK’s children’s cooking program, is now one of the most promising young actresses in the world. She is currently playing the role of Kizuna Furumiyama, a rookie detective assigned to the Cyber Crime Unit of the Kyoto Prefectural Police in “IP – Cyber Investigator” (TV Asahi).
“Since the story takes place in Kyoto, most of the actors live in hotels. The story takes place in Kyoto, and many of the actors live in hotels. Ms. Fukuhara must have had a tough time traveling back and forth between Tokyo and Kyoto, but she never showed any signs of fatigue and always had a smile on her face to soothe the staff.
No matter how busy she is, she still has her “Mae-chan smile”.
PHOTO： Haruka Fukuhara