Koyuki Katou

Koyuki Katou

Gaining her first exposure to Western audiences in Edward Zwick’s 2003 film The Last Samurai (2003), Koyuki was well-known in Japan for years before that for her commercial work on Japanese television. She first caught the attention of the public in 1997 by winning an exclusive modelling contract with the magazine Non-no, but quickly grew beyond modelling and has earned acclaim as an actress through her many roles on Japanese tv and in several Japanese films.
Koyuki Katou

Some facts:

Name: Koyuki Katou
Date of Birth: 18 December 1976
Place of birth: Zama, Kanagawa, Japan
Ethnicity: Japanese
Height: 5′ 7″ (1.70 m)
Measurements: B83/W58/H85


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  1. She’s a very pretty girl with a soft face that I’d love to wake up to. In the Last Samurai, I thought she was kinda plain. Very slim – very little curvature.

  2. She has great elagance… that’s all i can say. I agree with ArgonBuddha, she is the girl i would love to wake up to

  3. I like waking up to all of them. I check asian-sirens first thing just so I can see all of their pretty faces in the morning.

  4. im with arf on that one i always check first thing its nice to see a pretty face in the morning and with the variety on here its hard to go wrong

  5. Her face very represents typical Asian face.
    I like her. She has beautiful smile but I think she is too slim, maybe better take a gym exercise to make it has more shape.
    By the way, she is beautiful.

  6. I guess I’m the only guy here who doesn’t like her then. Her presumed good-looks just don’t do it for me. Maybe it’s because I’ve been living in Japan for 3 years? It’s been told she’s a bit of a snob (like most Japanese “beautiful women”, or bijin).

  7. aw, i agree with everyone, she is very classically beautiful.

    but the first photo kind of confuses me. why would you leave your hair natural black but dye your eyebrows light brown?!?

  8. I don’t know but the longer I stared at those brows the more Groucho Marx-ish she started looking!

  9. This woman is the epitome of Japanese beauty. I’d marry her in a heartbeat. Then I’d get bored and she’d cheat on me while lying into her K-tai denwa; or she’d simply dump me. Then my wife would think I’m wierd for being so nice to her all of the sudden.

  10. I think white supremacy is to blame for this poor girls eyebrows. That’s it, whitey must go.

  11. I was totally joking of course. I was making fun of ArgonBuddha’s comment in the other post about the fashion industry in asia and hair color. Sorry if it was offensive. Please delete it if you want to.

  12. Oh yeah, I’m 100% white. Just joking once again. Feels like walking on eggshells sometimes. I’ll be more careful.

  13. You were joking, but others don’t seem to be. Us honkies won’t rest until every Asian woman has dyed her eyebrows! Mwahahaha, our glorious plan of facial hair domination can never be stopped!

  14. And their too moustaches sometimes. I have seen a real faint one on a few pilipinas when I get up close to them. I never complain though, as long they wax the beard/chin hairs.

  15. Thanks a lot for pointing out the Groucho Marxist eyebrows! You’ve ruined her for me.

    Had a Taiwanese GF who had a faint mustache…didn’t bother me, as her body (didn’t shave/didn’t need to) was delectable.

  16. Same with a lot of lovely Latina ladies. Some have traces of hair on their upper lips as well as arm hair. Can’t say it bothers me one bit.

  17. I knew an okinawan girl a few years ago, that had a real light fuzz on her face. I couldn’t see it at all, only felt it with my tongue when we kissed. I didn’t think twice about it. She was still hot.

  18. Unblemished and kept all natural “hair nude” hopefully one of these days for art and beauty sake and I mean that respectfully. Hopefully someone can convince her. Maybe someone reading this can get to someone somehow. She’s too beautiful.

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