Notes: 752 / 2 minutes ago
from kyudere (originally from mitsuzaki)
Notes: 144 / 1 hour ago
from madaikiteiru (originally from fyeahkikomizuhara)
Notes: 48 / 3 hours ago
from madaikiteiru (originally from k-for-kiko)
even her bare face looks sexy to me
I am trying to limit my Kiko posts… But ahhhh. How can I not reblog this!
Notes: 48650 / 3 hours ago
from 999papercranes (originally from fuckyeahcomicsbaby)
They didn’t cover this story in the Harry Potter books.
Notes: 122290 / 3 hours ago
from cherfulkiwi (originally from stuylz)
Imagine, if you were the one behind the railing and your best friend was on the edge. What would you do? What would you say? “Don’t do it.” “I love you.” What is there to say?….And then they go. They do it, they lean back and that’s it. Gone. Gone. Gone. Gone forever.
i will never not reblog this everytime she falls it feels like the girl behind the railing is somehow going to catch her, this is so sad and so meaningful.
Notes: 953 / 5 hours ago
from miss-mi (originally from ethertune)
Notes: 1643 / 15 hours ago
from thegoldengirl (originally from jinkeu)
I first read about Norwegian Wood in a ST article promoting the movie. The plot seemed interesting, but what caught my eye was a picture of Kiko portraying Midori. In that instance, I made my decision to watch the movie. I read the book afterwards, and while the movie didn’t portray the emotions as well as the book did, I think Kiko portrayed Midori perfectly.
Notes: 390 / 18 hours ago
from my-365days (originally from gasaii)
Notes: 3 / 20 hours ago
my friend, @mylive, just made this suggestion of a venn diagram. I think it’s very appropriate LOL.
Notes: 3475 / 20 hours ago
from seoulpeople (originally from zr-o)
20 hours ago
My friday is currently open as usual for dinner/drinks. Any takers? Drop me a message.
21 hours ago
Notes: 55 / 22 hours ago
from madaikiteiru (originally from maru358)
Notes: 2 / 23 hours ago
"About cooking and running a bookstore, I can imagine her doing it. But it’s more of the doing it on a whim kind. Like if she’s happy, she will run the bookstore, and if she doesn’t want to, she will just go to the bar for a shot of vodka. Same for cooking. She’s the kind of like a rebel without a cause mostly, but certain things she will still value and care about though it may not be apparent immediately. Outwardly she just seems like that happy go lucky kind; high life, witty, sassy, but behind the scenes she’s keeping a baggage which is only hinted at occasionally. That’s the kind of girl she is, and that’s the kind of character she can play and is best suited for. Sure she will grow out of it one day, but now it’s her prime."
- thoughts on Kiko Mizuhara.
Notes: 312 / 1 day ago
from thegoldengirl (originally from thekhooll)