Harumi Nemoto Profile
Birthday: July 28, 1980
Birth location: Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Measurements: B103(I) W60 H88 (40½full bust × 23½ × 34½”)
Height: 166cm (5’5½”)
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Natural Bust: Yes
Harumi Nemoto is one of the foremost “sexy idols”. A member of the honorable Yellow Cab talent agency, she wrote a letter to the president of the agency asking to be made a star. He was impressed with her body and gave her a contract.
Harumi Nemoto has become an online and video sensation since she began to get more modeling work in 2003. She became a fanboy favorite due to her large breat size for a Japanese woman. Harumi once commented in an interview for the online english language Japanese newspaper “Japan Times”, that her large breast size was a bit of a mystery to her, due to the fact that almost all the women in her family were flat chested. Regardless of whether it runs in her gene pool or not Harumi Nemoto has used her ample size to slingshot her career as a model, video star, and limitedly as an actress. So far Harumi has not enjoyed the amount of on screen success that has been awarded to fellow busty model Erika Sato.
Is Harumi Nemoto ready for her big screen debut?. It shouldn’t be long before she is. The sexy Japanese model is presently part of the singing group “Angel-Eye” and has starred in the Japanese tv series “Sui 10! One-Night R&R”. This TV exposure should help her make the jump from pop idol to screen star. Let’s hope so.
Gravure idols are Japanese models who primarily pose in bikinis, leotards, and other provocative clothing for photo spreads in magazines and photobooks aimed largely at men. In recent years, some popular idols have released DVDs of their work, typically posing in revealing outfits. Fetish themes may include wrestling, martial arts, and superheroines from tokusatsu.
Gravure idols range from as young as age 11 (Saaya Irie, in 2005) to as old as 31 (Hoshino Aki as of 2008). Gravure idols do not pose nude or perform sexually explicit acts in their work, though some simulate sex acts in their DVD releases.
The term is derived from photogravure, or, technically more precise, rotogravure, the type of printing process used in the production of glossy magazines.