|First issue||May 1983|
|Country||Japan, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong|
|Language||Japanese, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese|
History and profile
The magazine's 'cover queen' is Ayumi Hamasaki, who has been featured on the cover 40 times since 1999  and runs her famous 'Deji Deji Diary' in each issue. Other artists frequently featured on the cover include Namie Amuro and Kumi Koda.
The circulation of Vivi was 286,039 copies in 2010 and 234,370 copies in 2011.
These models are regularly employed by ViVi magazine.
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- "We ❤ ViVi Models".
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