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Kamen Rider Zero-One’s Fumiya Takahashi Launches First Photobook In Late December

Fumiya Takahashi, who portrayed protagonist Aruto Hiden in Kamen Rider Zero-One, will release his first photobook “懸け橋” (Kakehashi), or Bridge, on December 26.

The A4 sized book will contain around 128 pages and cost 2,500円. The publisher, Wanibooks, has also created an Instagram account just for the photobook.

Since the end of Kamen Rider Zero-One, Takahashi has appeared on Equation To Erase The Teacher as Toya Fujiwara.

The photos include images of the actor snowboarding, swimming, and at the Yukimi onsen. Also included is an interview with the actor that will only be printed in the book, plus a photo from Takahashi’s childhood.

Commenting about the photobook, Takahashi said he was happy to announce his first photobook and he was glad he could release it in the last years of his “teens.” The photobook was shot in two different parts from ages 18 to 19.

Takahashi also stated that the past year was very strong, and he felt the most growth in the past year. This photobook best shows his growth in the past year.

Three special events will also be held to celebrate the book’s release on December 26 in Tokyo, and December 27 in Nagoya and Osaka. Covid-19 precautions will be taken, and it’s possible the event will be canceled.

The actor previously announced his 2021 calendar, which launches on November 14.


Official Website Wanibooks
Article Sources Modelpress

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