Former leader of Shibuya-kei idol group makes porn debut

Miharu Usa on the cover of 'Usa Doll'
Miharu Usa on the cover of ‘Usa Doll

TOKYO (TR) – For Miharu Usa, it was time to move on from the world of pop.

The former leader of the all-girl group GAL♥DOLL has transitioned to the adult video (AV) industry — a transition, she tells Tokyo Sports (April 12), that should put her days as a dyed-hair idol in the Shibuya-kei genre firmly in the past.

“I am now focusing on the things in which I might have said I can’t do,” the 24-year-old says. “Since I absolutely love cute-styled AV actresses, I took the plunge all at once.”

On April 1, label Muteki released her AV debut, 152-minute DVD titled “Discovery.” According to the label, the disc readily showcases the former idol’s “soft and bouncy F-cup chest.”

The native of Hiroshima Prefecture did not experience too much nervousness during the filming. “There weren’t even times when I had to stop myself from thinking about not making it look like I was not acting,” she says. “It was my first time in front of the camera, but I didn’t sense its presence.”

The release is not exactly surprising considering that Usa appeared in “Usa Doll,” a collection of photographs released in March of this year that showing her fully nude and attired in revealing lingerie and swimwear.  The March 11 issue of weekly tabloid Friday also included a three-page photo spread of the actress.

As the leader of GAL♥DOLL for three years until 2014, Usa appeared under her real name, Ryoka Nishinaga. The group, styled in the ostentatious hair and make-up preferred by young girls in Tokyo’s Shibuya area, performed at the Tokyo Idol Festival and the Campus Summit Meets Mixi in 2012.

Since news broke of the release of “Discovery,” fans from her days as an idol started following her on Twitter (@usa_miharu), which she finds very comforting.

“Now that I’ve started I want a variety of people to take a look (at my video),” she says. “I look forward to a time when my name is mentioned as an AV actress people find favorable.”

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