Yoko Matsugane

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Yoko Matsugane
Yoko Matsugane.jpg
Born (1982-05-26) May 26, 1982 (age 32)[1]
Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Ethnicity Japanese
Height 1.64 m (5 ft 5 in)
Weight 46 kg (101 lb)[2]
Website
http://ameblo.jp/yokomatsugane

Yoko Matsugane (松金 ようこ Matsugane Yōko?, born May 26, 1982) is a Japanese gravure idol from Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. She is famous for her voluptuous figure. She has released several DVDs and photobooks and has appeared on several TV shows in Japan. As of January 2006, Yoko left her modeling agency, but is still active in producing DVDs and photo sets.

At the times of the release of her latest DVD she usually attends promotional events where her fans get to meet their idol and take a picture with her. These events are most often held in department stores in the Akihabara district of Tokyo.

She is also a traveling DJ and has performed in various clubs in Japan, Australia and Singapore.

DVDs released[edit]

  • Dulcet (2002)
  • Spiritual (2002)
  • Enrapture (2002)
  • Violation (2002)
  • Melon: Idol One (2003)
  • Suika: Idol One (2003)
  • Gekkan Yoko Matsugane (2003)
  • Lolita Paradox (2004)
  • Fruit box: Idol One (2004)
  • Sweet Y (2004)
  • Sweet Pie (2004)
  • Nagomi (2004)
  • Tsuki no Kodo: Idol one (2004)
  • Taiyō no Yakudo: Idol one (2004)
  • Yoko Matsugane Perfect Collection (2005)
  • Tentai DVD Box (2005)
  • Yoko Matsugane Perfect Collection Vol.2 (2005)
  • Idol one: 5 DVD-Box (2005)
  • Shutaisei Densetsu I (2006)
  • Shutaisei Densetsu II (2006)
  • Body Scandal: Idol One (2006)
  • Chichishigure (2007)
  • Ultimate (2007)
  • Chichi Gurui (2007)
  • Chichi Mamire (2007)
  • Hojo (2007)
  • Kindan (2007)
  • Nakugeki Kyonyu Keiho Hatsurei (2008)
  • Chichi Yure Zanmai (2008)
  • Bakusho - Paishicho 24zi (2008)
  • Tate Yure! Yoko Yure! Magnitude 95 (2009)
  • Soul Bomb: Idol One (2009)
  • Killer Body: Idol One (2009)
  • Ryojo Aiyoku (2009)
  • JAM (2010)
  • BODY&SOUL BOX (2010)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yoko Matsugane Official Blog (Retrieved 2010-03-01)
  2. ^ "松金 洋子 - Matsugane Youko" (in Japanese). 'Web I-dic' (Idol Dictionary). Retrieved 2009-05-15. 

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