July 15th —>Happy Birthday Yukirin! (Japan is 12 hours ahead of my zone, so I wanted my favorite neice to receive my birthday wishes on time.)
There is an American expression for when someone turns 29 years old. Since 30 is considered the start of “being older” — at least to young people. Many Americans say that “they stopped celebrating birthdays” usually meaning the last one is at age 29.
Miss Kashiwagi created her own YouTube channel which can link to here:
There has not been a lot to celebrate this year (because of the bio-weapon plague sent to us from China), but I hope to see one more good music video from Yuki before her graduation. Of special note will be the upcoming celebration going out LIVESTREAM on Youtube on July 15:
Yukirin said that she wanted to be an Idol until age thirty — so perhaps this is her last year, and perhaps an announcement will be made during a performance soon.
Of course, she is still doing her modeling. Check out this video. There is an “eclipse” at time 1:59 which will answer a number of Kashiwagi science questions.
So … HAPPY BIRTHDAY YUKIRIN! … you are still my favorite neice!
You can catch up on Yuki’s Twitter feed here:
She shares a lot of photos on her Instagram as well.
Starlight: Miss Yuki Kashiwagi (柏木 由紀, Kashiwagi Yūki)born July 15, 1991.
READERS: You may enjoy some of my older Yukirin posts (sorry if videos have ben removed by Record Industry Weasels).