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Tuesday, September 21, 2021
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Fil-Jap Kyoko Kitagawa: Debutante takes her transition to womanhood

FILIPINO-JAPANESE national Kyoko Mendoza Kitagawa takes her transition to womanhood as she turned 18 last July 11.

Kyoko is the eldest daughter of Takayuki and April Kitagawa and has a younger brother named Kento.

Kyoko is endowed with natural beauty and charm.

She is eye candy in her circle of friends and schoolmates with her charm and friendly personality.

During her debut, she preferred to commemorate it modestly by tossing a simple party with her family.

Her entry into womanhood came amid the health risk caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Kyoko likes to play football, engage in cycling, and honing her modeling skills.

Her motto in life is to become the best version of herself.

She graduated from junior high at the University of St. La Salle-Integrated School (USLS-IS) this school year.

She aims to become a pilot by taking an aviation course at Fast Aviation Academy.

In her modeling journey, Kyoko is trained by Kickstart run by Mary Liza Yorac and Dwight Rosslyn Morana, Jr. of the Negros Fashion Fest.

Her pastime during the pandemic includes cultivating her plants, taking care of her aquarium fish, dogs, and her love birds.


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