Now you can date the very sexy Hisamatsu Ikumi (久松 郁実)! Really.
Just not the way you hoped.
Available on e-Bay, the new Hisamatsu Ikumi 2018 calendar is available.
The very beautiful and young Hisamatsu was born February 18, 1996 in Tokyo, Japan, and is 1.65 meters (5'-5") tall.
After being scouted (IE found by some photographer) in Harajuku, she worked as an exclusive model for Hanachu in 2008... when she was just 13-years-old.
Hisamatsu later became an exclusive model of CanCam starting with its October issue released in August 2012.
In November of 2013, Hisamatsu became the Sanai Swimsuit Image Girl of 2014 - which is really bizarre to me, considering she was what... 17 at the time?
|Here's Hisamatsu from the 2017 edition of her calendar. Apparently March was a very nice month.|
Nowadays, Hisamatsu at the ripe old age of 21, is one of Japan's top gravure models just yet.
What the fug is a gravure model?
A gravure idol (グラビアアイドル, gurabia aidoru), often abbreviated to gradol (グラドル, guradoru), is a Japanese female model who primarily models in magazines, especially those marketed to men, photobooks, or DVDs. Gravure idols, in most cases, emphasize their sexual attractiveness and often model in swimsuits.
Now… in my line of work, gravure implies art printing, and is a type of intaglio printing process, in which an image is engraved onto a rotating copper cylinder.
The full name is actually rotogravure.
Unlike other processes, gravure uses a depressed or sunken surface for the desired image. The image to be reproduced is etched into the metal plate, sometimes with the use of a laser . The metal plate is bathed in ink during the process and then wiped clean before application to the substrate. While gravure printing can produce high-quality results rapidly, the costs are significantly higher than other printing methods, including flexography (flexographic) and digital printing.
Anywho, I mentioned that she has her 2018 calendar out right now.
On e-Bay, you can purchase a copy of the New Ikumi Hisamatsu Calendar 2018 for just US$99.80, not including shipping. Just click HERE.
I know, I know... $100+ bucks for a calendar? Obviously, this isn't one of thos calendars you have at work, and if you are one of those married guys like me, your wife ain't gonna let you hang it up anywhere in the house... so I assume this is just something for the guys (and gals) who are single, live alone and have disposable income out the ying-yang.
I miss those days. I was in Japan when I had all that.
|Somethings are better left unsaid.|
And if you do love your Hisamatsu Calendar Girl like Neil Sedaka, you're gonna need three or four of these expensive calendars.