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Musician/producer YOSHIKI of X Japan attends a press conference at the National Yoyogi Gymnasium Olympic Plaza on Monday. YOSHIKI promoted the energy drink "ROCKSTAR," and announced that X Japan would tour Asia and France, with dates to be announced shortly.

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It is ironic that as hardcore as he is, he would be posing with a Japanese peace sign.

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I guess if I stay in Japan long enough, I might one day learn why Japanese make the (Western) peace sign when they pose for photos.

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It isn't only Jp people, most asians make the peace sign, especially the women in asian countries. It's universal.

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Looks like Davide Bowie.

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It's amazing that X-Japan is back together, they rock. Hopefully they will stay together for a long time to come.

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Is it just me, or does this hardcore rocker look like a girl?

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Hai cheeeesu!

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Blimey, i thought he was a bird. He must be a confirmed batchelor i reckon.

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Blimey, i thought he was a bird. He must be a confirmed batchelor i reckon.

But Japanese women dig benders

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No Wottock it's not just you I bet it's a girl.

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It is ironic that as hardcore as he is, he would be posing with a Japanese peace sign.

Hardcore??? With a pout and a bent kneee like that it seems that YOSHIKI (not Yoshiki, by the way) is available for a different kind of hardcore to the type you're thinking of, hugs and kisses.

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The Japanese have got to stop making a sign the meaning of which they do not understand.

They are excusable to a certain extent as these posts show that quite a number of Westerners also do not understand the "V" sign.

The "V" sign was Winston Churchill's invention, and it meant "Victory", the victory alluded to being the one of the allied powers over a number of tyrannies (Germany, Italy and Japan). It is not at all peaceful in its essence, and seing millions of ill-inspired Japanese do it in each and every occasion has something pathetic.

Ever more so when it comes not from a Shibuyette but from a kind of hermaphrodite representative of trash culture.

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"Looks like David Bowie"

Ha ha ha he looks like David Bowie about as much as he looks like Willie Nelson.

He has a nice car.

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X-Chromosome Japan more like.

Looks like he's auditioning for a camp Japanese remake of Knight Rider.

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He sure does have alot of makeup and not to mention that blouse. It is a blouse, right? Looks like a girl.

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<3 wuv. i have a strange urge to buy some rockstar now...

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Androgynous artist.It's been the trend for years now trying to be liked by the japanese young girls.

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Blimey i thought it was a Judy not a geezer. Is this how Japanese blokes go around? Surely if they went down the pub and that, they would get their heads kicked in by normal blokes.

Why is his name in capitals, does he think he`s special or summink?

I wouldn'T want someone like that mixing with my boy Damien, i want him turning out like me.

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Girlfriends do the shopping and styling for him... according to the girlfriends Shibuya taste...he looks soft though...

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