It's a really fantastic photobook. I haven't gone into my feelings on it here, but - in spite of the bizarre absence of ramen - it's easily one of my absolute favourite photobooks. It's really well shot throughout, lots of natural light and a lot of different locations which feels a bit like you're off having an adventure with her, exploring these places which is something I like with a photobook where you get all the nuances of the subject's personality in a way that feels like you are there, just hanging out with them. I appreciate the more fashion orientated travelogue type of book, but I feel like at times they become very. . . superficial, like it's a fashion editorial. More about clothing, make-up and the location than the girl. With this, it's all Kyonko just being Kyonko, it mostly feels very laid back and playful and she looks great throughout - at times she's her usual cute little self (bowling, cat cafe, goofing around with a stuffed penguin etc), other times she's more pretty and subtle (the night time restaurant shots, the beautiful waking up shots at the beginning and end etc), but then there's just the crazy sexiness which I think is artistic without going too far into just being jarringly lewd (the 48 group PB's are often guilty of this) - you get all these sides of her to just remind you how gorgeous she is, that she's not just one-note. And how freaking beautiful her smile is. I don't think I can even pick a favourite sequence of photos because I like the whole thing. It's a really, really good book, and I just hope some of the other girls are able to shoot their own books soon. It's kind of crazy how much time there was between Bemiho's and Kyonko's books.