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Fans rejoice at Akiko Kuji’s “transparent midsummer black sweatshirt…!

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Free announcer Akiko Kuji has been creating a buzz after revealing a “midsummer black sweatshirt” on her Instagram account.

Kujipan is wearing a boyish black sweatshirt. The logo on the cap has a basketball player motif, as if she were the wife of an NBA player (from her Instagram @kuji_akiko).

Kuji is wearing a black sweatshirt. She is wearing a pink cap and looks a little hot for summer, but her transparent expression is rather refreshing.

Kuji was born in Iwate Prefecture in 1994. After graduating from Aoyama Gakuin University, she joined Fuji Television in 2017, where she made her mark in her first year, taking charge of the signature program “Kujipan.” In April 2019, she became the main anchor on “Mezamashi Saturday.” However, after only five years, she gave up on her announcing career and became a freelance announcer in May 2022.

Kuji worked as a model before joining Fuji. While freelance announcers are the standard after station announcers leave their jobs, Kuji’s activities do not seem to be limited to being a freelance announcer. Her activities as a model and TV personality are also highly anticipated. She also has 460,000 followers on Instagram and is expected to be active as an influencer.

In May of this year, Kuji announced his marriage to Yuta Watanabe of the NBA’s Toronto Raptors. Immediately after her marriage report, she posted on Instagram about her situation in the U.S. for a while, which led to various speculations, “Have you already moved to the U.S.?” which led to various speculations. She then returned to Japan and was very busy working in Japan, having spent some happy moments in the U.S. by her husband’s side. However, she reported that she had moved back to the U.S. again. Recently, she had her first experience while living in the U.S. “I went to a regular supermarket for a long time,” she said.

I had been going to a regular supermarket for a long time, but for the first time I went to a Japanese-American supermarket. I found thinly sliced meat and marronnies for the first time in a long time! I was surprised at first that thinly sliced meat is not sold very often in America. I made japchae with long thin carrots that are unique to the U.S. I also found capricots near the cash register. I even found some Caprico near the cash register! It was delicious after all.”

Kuji is steadily building a foundation for his life in the U.S. We wish him all the best in his NBA player career. ……!

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