Jun Natsukawa

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Jun Natsukawa
Born (1980-09-19) September 19, 1980 (age 38)
Years active1999 – present
Modeling information
Height5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)[1]
Hair colorBrown
Eye colorBrown
AgencyPyramid Art House

Jun Natsukawa (夏川 純, Jun Natsukawa, born 19 September 1980) is a Japanese gravure idol from Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.[2]


The spectacle society debuts with "Weekly young jump" gravure in 1999. In 2003 started work with Pyramid Art House. Photography collection Believe is the first work. In 2004 become a member of TV Asahi corporation project Angel Eye. KYOURAKU image girl "Miss surprise" in 2006.

In October 2005, she released a CD titled Himetra Trance in which she covered the theme song from the anime Cat's Eye. She made an appearance on the Japanese television show Pink no Idenshi, as a schoolgirl who falls in love with her teacher; and as herself on the reality show Geirinji. She has also been featured in a commercial for Kantan Kirei-na Fudeo.

Although she announced that she was born in 1983 until March 2007, she confessed in her blog that she was actually born on September 19, 1980.[3]

She was featured in the PlayStation 2 game, Yakuza. Though it was just a few pictures, upon entering "Kyushu No. 1 Star", a magazine called "Sabra" can be seen on a table. If you choose to read it, 5 pictures of her will appear.

Photography collection videos (DVD)[edit]

  • BELIEVE(2003)
  • CROVER(2003)
  • ぴゅあ(2003)
  • Virtual love (バーチャルラブ)(2004)
  • Se-woman (Se-女)(2004)
  • Jerry Beans(2004)
  • Costume play star - Bore (コスプレスター★ボーリング)2005)
  • Not a Little Girl(2005)
  • Honey Bee×2(2005)
  • False start (フライング…)(2005)
  • Pure Love(2005)
  • Doll(2005)
  • Astraea(2006)
  • Perfect collection(2006)
  • ONE (2006)
  • Pure Heart(2006)
  • SCRATCH(2006)
  • Midsummer Days(2006)
  • Angelic Smile(2007)
  • Always Together(2007)
  • Pure Summer(2007)
  • Naturally(2007)
  • Breeze (2008)

Personal life[edit]

In November 2010 Natsukawa Jun’s engage with her boyfriend, and on the New Year’s Day, January 1, 2011, she has announced on her official blog that she registered her marriage officially.[4]


  1. ^ "Jun Natsukawa". Archived from the original on July 26, 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
  2. ^ "NATSUKAWA JUN (profile)". Artist-house Pyramid inc. Retrieved 7 April 2016.
  3. ^ Statement about her age
  4. ^ Jun Natsukawa announces her marriage on her blog

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