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  • He is fascinated by Erina Matsui, a 27-year-old whose distorted portraits may show a face with multiple mouths or doubled noses and cutesy animals dropped in the frame.

    A Collector's Japan-Congo Mashup

  • Or that you need more money...not sure why Erina put it up on ebay?

    I did not make this dress - A Dress A Day

  • Erina — Hmm, I was hoping someone else would weigh in because I am not sure how much water lentils use when they cook, so you know how much to take out.

    curried lentils and sweet potatoes | smitten kitchen

  • And while I will eventually come to spend a good deal of time with Erina, I will never, ever hear her refer to anything or anyone as kawaii.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • Even Erina, the cosmetics entrepreneur, spoke about her hours at Pioneer as being so demanding that she was beginning to get sick.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • At first Erina went on the program to hawk her creams and lotions, but the feedback was that she looked too young.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • I got some insight into the clash of culture between the more cosmopolitan young women and their salarymen peers when I got together with Erina Noda and a group of her friends.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • I think back to my conversation at the Shinagawa restaurant with Erina, Ritsuka, Kaori, and Mako and how they went on and on about the passion of Korean soap stars, the appeal of forward-thinking American men.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • Erina is the very antithesis to the type of Japanese twenty-something portrayed on magazines and TV.

    Kickboxing Geishas

  • Erina spent a year of high school in Chicago and two years in Maine.

    Kickboxing Geishas

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