It's summer! In Japan, that means muggy heat, fireworks, and cold noodles. But for one Japanese celeb, it also means covering oneself in insect shells.
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Japan's queen of Pokémon is looking for a boyfriend. Can you meet her standards? Got a set of nunchucks?
Shoko Nakagawa, Japan's own nerd heroine and queen of Pokémon hasn't exactly had an easy upbringing. Her school life after elementary school was mostly filled with rejection and alienation from classmates due to her being different. But staying true to her love of Pokémon has paid off in spades as she recalls in her new book, Shoko Nakgawa: Pokémon Gave Me a Reason to Live (中川祥子 ポケモンが生きる意味を教えてくれた).
Japanese nerd heroine, Shoko Nakagawa, loves Pokémon. And for good reason. Pocket Monsters gave her a reason to live.
One of my favourite things is watching people draw. I'm not very good at drawing, but there's something relaxing about watching people who are. Late last year, Japanese celeb Shoko Nakagawa appeared on a variety program and was able to show off how talented she is at art (and how other celebrities aren't!).
Sony's PS Vita sure is struggling! Launching new hardware isn't easy — just ask Nintendo. But while Nintendo was able to turn the 3DS around, Sony hasn't done that yet with the Vita. Japanese celebrity and Pokémon queen Shoko Nakagawa might have the logical answer.
Ever wonder why nerd heroine Shoko Nakagawa is the queen of Pokés;mon? Because growing up, she was lonely. Very, very lonely.
Robin Williams and his daughter are in a commercial for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. They both were probably pretty stoked, but did they go mental? Like this?
It may belong to the Nintendo DS game based on Japanese science program "Tobidase! Kagaku-kun," starring the skinless Mr. Science, famous geek spokesperson Shoko Nakagawa and comedian Naoki Tanaka, who hunt animals for scientific purposes and make amazing box art.
Nerd hero and cat-butt-sniffer Shoko Nakagawa belted out a the ending theme for the televised Pokémon. Sadly, her song has been replaced. But is the new song better?
Nerd heroine Shoko Nakagawa appears in the latest ad for Super Robot Taisen NEO. She wears pearls and cosplays as an announcer lady while she talks into the camera. Making something like that must be very difficult.