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Miss Japan Contest 2005

Saturday, October 1, 2005 Posted: 12:37 PM JST [SLIDE SHOW]

Spanish born Tokyo based photographer Dave Coll Blanco covered the Miss Japan Contest this week. Some very beautiful images. Dave works freelance for Spanish News Agency EFE and publications like GEO Magazine. These images are available for purchase. Contact Dave directly at

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6 comments so far post your own

1 | At 02:32am on Oct 14 2005, danni wrote:
She's pretty!
2 | At 02:07pm on Apr 20 2006, Miss China 2006 wrote:
Here you have some nice pictures of Miss China 2006
http://www.chinese-tools.com/articles/20060407-miss-tourism.html
3 | At 01:51pm on Jun 02 2006, Terence Cheung wrote:
I want to contact the organization of Miss Japan. Please give me the ways of contact. Thanks
4 | At 01:57pm on Jun 02 2006, Terence Cheung wrote:
Dear All

Our company Asia Television Limited (Hong Kong) is organizing the event, 2006 Miss Asia Pageant. We would like to invite the organization of Miss Japan to nominate one contestant as the representative of Japan to participate of our event. Please give me the way of contact to the organization. My eamil address is tcheung@vip.sina.com Thanks
5 | At 02:32pm on Jun 02 2006, Kjeld Duits wrote:
Miss Universe Japan Jimukyoku (MUJ)
5-9-13 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
150-0001 JAPAN

URL: http://muj.trans-cosmos.co.jp (Japanese only)
6 | At 02:06pm on Jul 06 2006, 温暖感 wrote:
Miss Japan has the most adorable personality: she is bubbly, kind, very positive (it's just contagious!)
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