Meet Coco. We originally thought she was an American-Japanese girl living abroad, but we were wrong. Upon meeting her in our spacious hotel in Tokyo (our rooms were about the size of a walk-in closet), she introduced herself in Japanese with a bow which left us confused and wondering who the hell this girl was. But after getting to know her, she’s quite the sweetheart. While modeling is a hobby, her day-to-day job is a waitress at the only Hooters in Japan. She also speaks fluent ‘Engrish’. We’ve even left her accent and grammar errors in the interview to give you a taste of her personality. So give her a warm welcome and hopefully you’ll be seeing more of this JDM girl in the summer as she plans to model out here.
1. State your name, ethnicity and birthday for the record.
My name is Noriko Coco Komatsu, but call me Coco. I’m full Japanese and born on June 25th.
2. Where were you born and where do you live now?
I was born in Tokyo; live in Tokyo, too. City girl baby!
3. Do you have any special skills?
I dance all genre and I can be friends with any kids!
4. What was your most embarrassing moment?
I was in a public portable bathroom, which was at outside of the American football game and someone have opened the door by accident!
5. Where is your favorite place to travel and party?
I like every place in Japan especially the place have a lot of nature. My country is absolutely beautiful! Also I like LA, NY, Washington DC. Favorite place to party is Miami!
6. What kind of car do you drive?
I don’t have a car because I don’t have a license yet. It is awkward for you but you know in Japan we use public transportation a lot. Teach me how to drive!
7. Relationship status?
Single. (Hai! –Ed)
8. What qualities do you look for in a guy?
Mature, always smile.
9. What was your worst date?
Went to a date to restaurant and his table manner was horribly terrible like a kid.
10. What’s the biggest difference between American and Japanese guys?
Definitely “Ladies first”! We have to obey guys and we feel like underling of them because of history but American guys are such a gentlemen. That is the sweetest thing of you guys! American girls think it’s usual, but we Japanese girls all appreciate your gentleman attitude. (Yeah right... maybe the guys in the mid-west. –BG)