Article: Top Ten Japanese Celebrities Involved In Endorsements

Celebrity endorsements influence consumer acceptance because they serve as an external cue to assist shoppers through the sea of competing brands. Here are some examples of Japanese celebrities that have endorsed products.

1. Rola

Rola is a model, TV personality, actress, and singer from Japan. Her father is Bangladeshi, while her mother is three-quarters Japanese and one-quarter Russian and has Bangladeshi, Japanese, and Russian ancestry. 


2. Suzu Hirose 

Suzu Hirose is a well-known actress and model in Japan. Despite her youth, she is one of Japan's most promising actors.


3. Kasumi Arimura 

Kasumi Arimura is a well-known actress in Japan. She is famous for Strobe Edge and Flying Colors, the latter of which earned her the 39th Japan Academy Film Prize's Newcomer of the Year Award.


4. Haruka Ayase

Haruka Ayase is a Japanese actress, model, and singer who began her career in 2000 as a gravure idol. She has now established herself as a significant actor in television and movies.


5. Aya Ueto

Aya Ueto is a famous Japanese actress, singer, and TV host. Ueto took part in the sixth Japan Bishjo Contest in 1997, winning the special jury prize. Ueto soon joined the Oscar Promotion talent agency and began taking singing, dancing, and acting courses.


6. Mitsuki Takahata

Horipro is the talent agency that represents Mitsuki Takahata, a Japanese actress cum singer. She was a student at Hosei University.


7. Takei

Takei was an ambitious model who proclaimed to her parents when she attended a junior high school that she would become a model within three years. She competed in the 11th Japan Bishjo Contest in 2006 and won two awards: the Model Division Award and the Multi-Media Award. Takei debuted as a model in the November 2006 edition of Seventeen. She became an exclusive model for the magazine in February 2007, and her first solo cover appeared in the February edition.



8. Kenichi Endo

Kenichi Endo is a writer and actor from Japan. He has narrated several documentaries for both television and film. Visitor Q, Crows Zero, Crows Zero 2, and The Raid 2: Berandal is his role.


9. Masaki Aiba 

Masaki Aiba is a singer, actor, television host, radio host, and dancer from Japan. He is a member of the Arashi boy band. At the age of 13, Aiba began his career in the entertainment industry by joining the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates.


10. Hidetoshi Nishijima

In 1992, Nishijima made his television debut in the modern detective drama series Hagure Keiji Junjha. He rose to prominence in 1993 after playing a gay character in the television series Asunaro Hakusho. Takuya Kimura was his co-star in the film. In Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 1998 film License to Live, he co-starred with Yakusho for the first time. Takeshi Kitano chose him for Dolls in 2002, bringing him new prominence. In 2008, he won the Yokohama Film Festival's Best Supporting Actor award.