director in a comedy film "King of Apology" which will be released in September 2013.

June 2014, it was announced that Inoue Mao will star her first taiga which will be on air from January to December, 2015.

A ring that celebrates eternal love with its radiance.

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In the same year, Inoue co-starred in the drama First Kiss with Check It Out, Yo! Her outstanding performance from her past dramas landed her the lead role in the drama special Hanaikusa as a maiko-turned-geisha.

Come 2008, she played the lead role in a drama special Anmitsu Hime as a princess, followed by Anmitsu Hime 2 in the following year, where she sang the theme song with Shoko Nakagawa. It topped the box office Japan for a few consecutive weeks and became the second fastest earning film in 2008.

Is Johnny Kitagawa planning a big bombshell to announce their marriage after her Taiga drama is finished?

Already there are pics of her and Matsu Jun with matching ring, matching belt and matching leg warmer...

Their rings look like this one here There is a Japanese Boucheron website as well, and it costs ¥143,850 (US$1466).

In its description - 明るい輝きで永遠の愛を祝福するリングです。 Akarui kagayaki de eien no ai o shukufuku suru ringu desu.Inoue Mao is scheduled to star in next year 2015 Taiga drama on NHK and a scandal for her right now is a no-no.But apparently, her family wants her to be married by the age of 30.Source: entameblog Translation: me Feeling Déjà vu...anyway imo if there is any big announcement from Arashi regarding their personal life should be after their 15th year anniversary, esp if it's Jun bcoz he seems kinda serious on professionalism.and if it's really true that him and Inoue-san are planning to get married, I think it would be better to announce it before the taiga's drama because imo it would seem more like deceiving the public if they announced it after, furthermore the publicity would be good too i think.The film also won The Audience Award at the Udine Far East Film Festival.