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Wakuda, Kuwako…NHK ace female announcer” aura image of a big transfer in April

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Anna Wakuda chatting with a friend in front of the after-party venue. The groom next to her is a handsome former station runner who looks like actor Hayato Ichihara.

It was a shocking announcement.

On February 9, NHK announced program revisions and major new anchors starting in April. Mayuko Wakuda, 33, an ace TV announcer, will leave “News Watch 9” and will no longer be in charge of the program. The Internet has been lamenting the “Waku Mayu Loss.

She will likely take on hosting or narrating special programs from now on. There was nothing wrong with Waku Mayu. He is a perfect organizer, has excellent announcing skills, and is trusted by the staff. Asahi Inoue, who used to be the anchor of “News Watch 9,” was transferred to the Kyoto Broadcasting Station after she left the program. She is now back in the Tokyo announcing department.

NHK may have wanted her to take some time off. The popular Wakuda has been pulled out of important programs. Not only for News Watch 9, but also for the Tokyo Olympics special and the Kohaku Uta Gassen (Red and White Singing Contest), she was always on the air,” said an NHK insider.

Wakuda got married in February 2007, but her busy schedule has made it difficult for her to spend time relaxing with her husband. It seems that she will have more time to take care of her family in the future.

Her partner was a star athlete in the Waseda University race team. Not only was he famous as one of the best-looking men in the world of ekiden, but he also contributed greatly to Waseda University’s victory in the 2011 Hakone Ekiden (relay relay race) by running a dead heat against Ryuji Kashiwabara of Toyo University, the “God of the Mountain. After graduating from university, he joined one of the five major trading companies. He met Anna Wakuda through a friend after he entered the workforce.

Another Ace Goes to Signature News Program

Kuwako and Ozawa’s home was a five-minute drive away. The usual pattern is for Kuwako to have Ozawa drive her home after their date.

Another ace, Maho Kuwako, 34, will become the anchor of the news program “Close-Up Today.

Previously, Yuko Kuniya was the anchor for this NHK signature program. The program used to air at 10:00 p.m., but the time has been changed to 7:30 p.m. in prime time, which shows NHK’s high expectations for the program. Kuwako also has a great deal of responsibility.

Kuwako is the mischievous type who mistook “opening ceremony” for “closing ceremony” at the Pyeongchang Olympics in February 2006. While Wakuda Anna has been recognized for her ability, her friendly atmosphere has been well received by viewers. Many of his appearances have been of the variety variety variety, such as “Bratamori. This spring, she will take charge of a flagship news program. We may be able to see a new side of Kuwako.

Kuwako’s personal life is also said to have influenced her selection for the signature program.

Kuwako married actor Yukiyoshi Ozawa last September. She seems to have settled down in her life. Kuwako and Wakuda are good friends in private. She seems to be very enthusiastic about her new assignment, saying, “I have to take on this job,” since Wakuda is leaving “News Watch 9.

NHK’s two ace female announcers made contrasting transfers. From spring, they will make a fresh start, and will surely entertain viewers with a different kind of charm than they have had so far.

Announcers Wakuda (left) and Kuwako leaving Nahoko Suzuki’s apartment. They seemed to be in good conversation from start to finish.
Ana Wakuda leaves NHK for lunch. A graduate of the University of Tokyo, she was well known as an “ace” within the station for her good looks.
Kuwako gets out of Ozawa’s car and heads home.
WAKUDA, married to the star of the Hakone Ekiden relay race, in “pure white wedding attire,” chatting with friends in front of the after-party venue.
Anna Wakuda returning home from the home of her colleague, Anna Suzuki
  • Photo by Keisuke Nishi

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