(MVA) – Japanese actor Yosuke Kubozuka was in Saipan with Adventure King magazine for the anniversary vacation and to shoot a 16-page article for the magazine.
Kubozuka stayed at the Hyatt Regency Saipan, where he also celebrated his birthday with his family.
The theme of the shoot was “Father-Son Journey” and Kubozuka enjoyed a number of beach activities on the island, including parasailing off the award-winning island of Managaha and snorkeling at inside the cave, ranked as the second best cave dive. the world by Skin Diver Magazine.
The group also went on an off-road ATV tour. Other activities included an island tour of historic and scenic Saipan sites including Bird Islands Lookout, Suicide Cliff, Banzai Cliff, and the last Japanese command post during WWII.
âSir. Kubozuka joins a growing number of international celebrities who find Saipan, Tinian and Rota an attractive place to vacation, work and even get married,â said Bruce Bateman, Marketing Director of the Marianas Visitors Authority.
âThe Northern Mariana Islands have a lot to offer the world, especially in terms of relaxation in a beautiful and clean environment. MVA had the pleasure to help coordinate Mr. Kubozuka’s visit through our office in Japan and facilitate the filming while he was here. We hope he and his family will leave with many good memories.
Kubozuka also visited T-Galleria and Best Sunshine Live, and enjoyed a barbecue lunch at Paupau Beach, which annually hosts the Plumeria Swim in Saipan, which annually attracts swimmers and snorkelers from Japan.
Other filming locations included Oleai Beach Bar & Grill, Moby Dick’s, and Herman Modern Bakery.
Adventure King is a free monthly magazine featuring in-depth interviews with celebrities and athletes. With a circulation of 80,000 copies, it is aimed at readers aged 20 to 40 who enjoy traveling and living an avant-garde lifestyle, also showcasing fashion, culture and travel destinations.
Kubozuka worked as a model for numerous magazines and television commercials before starting his acting career, where he made his debut in a television crime drama called “Kindaichi Case Files”. He also starred in the GTO television series as an honors student, Yoshito Kikuchi and he starred in “Ikebukuro West Gate Park” as Takashi Ando.
Additionally, Kubozuka starred in “Strawberry on the Shortcake”, along with other popular young artists such as Hideaki Takizawa and Kyoko Fukada. In the drama, he played the role of Kyoko Fukada’s first love.
For his performance in “Go!”, Kubozuka won two prizes at the Japan Oscar Awards.
Since then, Kubozuka has undertaken projects starring in “Ping Pong”, “Kyoki no Sakura” and “Samurai Resurrection”.
He has also appeared in films such as “Tokyo Island”, “Monsters Club” and “Helter Skelter”.