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Celebrity Shoko Aida gets married to doctor

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Former idol and celebrity Shoko Aida, 39, announced that she recently got married, in an announcement released on Thursday by her management agency. The press release stated Aida and her husband got married on July 31, and have been living together since.

Aida's husband Hiromitsu Aizawa, 37, is a doctor and son of former politician Hideyuki Aizawa, 89, and actress Yoko Tsukasa,74.

Aida was a member of pop duo Wink, the group enjoying tremendous popularity in late 1980s.

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Is she the woman that NHK kids song is all about?

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Here she is: http://www.aida-shoko.com/

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Yet another older female (celebrity) marrying a younger (rich) male.

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Wow, 2 years- huge age difference there (not)

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Congrats to the newly married couple, may they be happy.

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A hasbeen marries a nobody. Next story please.

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The 'headache' excuse is harder to use on a doctor.

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not news.

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Does he own his own place? Check. Does he drive a Benz? Check. Is he a doctor? Check. OK, he meets the little parasite's requirements. Next?

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liberas... nice one dude,lol

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Sidwarwick & Libertas, great posts to put a hearty chuckle in my throat. Well nothing wrong with 'em getting married, but I think its probably gonna be filling his life with enjokosai and hear goofing around with the host clubs for the rest of there lives. The perfect Japanese marriage :D

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Jeez, I just kan't spel rite todei xD. I meant

filling his life with enjokosai and her goofing around with the host clubs for the rest of their lives. The perfect Japanese marriage :D

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Any of you guys actually know these two? She seems genuine, caring and sweet on TV, and we really don't know one thing at all about him. His father is one of Japan's most highly respected politicians, and his mother is the equivalent of U.S. movies' Hepburn. Hasbeen? She's still on TV twice a week, has a new series coming out on NHK on 19 April, and she's all over the place on talk shows, etc. Nobody? @himasan - want to post your doctorate degree?

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What gives with all the sour grapes? It seems the 'I-married-a-Japanese-and-it-didn't-work-out-so-all-Japanese-marriages-must-be-rubbish' gang is out in force.

Congratulations to the happy couple.

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cleo@

It seems the 'I-married-a-Japanese-and-it-didn't-work-out-so-all-Japanese-marriages-must-be-rubbish' gang

Did I miss something? I just can't see the "gang" you refer to anywhere in the other 13 comments above. In fact there is nothing mentioned in above posts about I-married-a-Japanese .... oops! excuse me, your post mentions that.

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brotokyo - check out the congratulations embedded in the posts at 07:56, 04:29, 01:17. How else would these posters be so 'knowledgeable' about Japanese marriages, unless they'd seen one from the inside?

Looking back I see this is last August's news. An old married couple by now!

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OK checked them out. Not once did I see the word Japanese in any of the posts to which you refer. I could never judge that any of those three posters--judging by the posts above--have experience of being married to a Japanese national. ie) a has been marries a nobody--that could be Chinese, God forbid British, USA-geez no time for the list, 4:29 asks about own place, Benz ... again not a single mention of race, and your 1:17 actually adds a bit of sarcasim saying "the perfect Japanese marriage" I still don't see a gang beating up on Japanese marriages. I do see the above mentioned talking about the ONE marriage--and I actually can read this to mean the same can be found in my country and yours, so I don't see a gang out in force against Japanese marriages here. Sorry

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your 1:17 actually adds a bit of sarcasim saying "the perfect Japanese marriage" I still don't see a gang beating up on Japanese marriages.

The 'perfect Japanese marriage' is enjokosai and host clubs?

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