Famous voice actress Akari Kitou (Nezuko Kamado in Kimetsu no Yaiba) posted on Instagram taking note of that she “finally got to meet Yua Mikami” a well known Adult star, Idol. gravure (model for magazines, not including nudes) and, surprisingly, a vocalist. The gathering occurred during a display of Mikami new clothing line.
Akari Kitou post expressed, “Welcomed by Yua Mikami. Nichika Oomori-san and I visited @mistreass_official presentation. I’ve generally watched her on YouTube and I liked her a lot, so I was truly glad to meet her and she was so beautiful… It was good to meet you, however you conversed with me a great deal and you were a holy messenger (I was only an otaku). so I’m anticipating getting them.”
Akari Kitou is a fan of Adult Actress Yua Mikami
Mikami story is more than intriguing. Being her stage name Yua Mikami and her genuine name Momona Kito, she is a idol singer and Japanese Adult Actress. She appeared as an individual from the idol group SKE48 in 2009 before leaving in 2014. She entered the Japanese adult entertainment outlet in 2015 under the Muteki name and became one of the most famous contemporary “AV Idols” and with higher sale, winning a few honors awards. Presently, Mikami performs under the S1 No. 1 Style name and has showed up in north of 200 pornos (counting VR compilations and remakes of films).
Regardless of being basically adult artist, Mikami stayed close to her musical roots. In 2018, she appeared as an individual from the South Korean idol group Honey Popcorn close by “AV Idols” Moko Sakura and Miko Matsuda. The gathering was funded by Mikami herself as a leisure project, however the group’s debut ended up being disputable because members line of work, which conflicted with the “pure” image associated with South Korean idols.
The group was forced to cancel their debut concert due to outrage and a petition with over 50,000 signatures was passed to the Blue House (the South Korean presidency), demanding the group be banned. Due to the intense backlash, Matsuda left Honey Popcorn in December 2018, but Mikami managed to revive the group with three new members, and they released their second extended play “De-aeseohsta” in July 2019. In 2017, he was crowned “Best Actress” at the DMM Adult Awards, marking her last appearance at a major industry-related event