A synthesized image of HORIKITA Maki Usagi in HigashiKurume City, Tokyo (May 5, 2016)

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The storm was raging in the City of Saitama, the residence of Producer of Marguerite Site, in the last morning.

The storm stopped and it became peaceful weather in the afternoon, but he did not go out yesterday.

Producer went out to many places in so-called "Golden Week", a series of holidays in Japan between the end of April and the beginning of May.

He took many photographs for his future works.

In particular, he took them along Kurome River, one of stages of Higashi-no Kurume to Tonari-no Meguru, a manga published in Japan in spring of 2015.

Here is a synthesized image of his picture along Kurome River and his illustrations of

  • HORIKITA Maki Usagi, a rabbit woman student with origin in HORIKITA Maki-chan, one of Japan's most popular young actresses and Producer's mai waifu,

one of Producer's original featured characters.

An image of HORIKITA Maki Usagi.

Producer made HORIKITA Maki Usagi wear her tie and white plain blouse, like a typical school uniform of high school of Japan.


Producer retook , a fictional ad clip with origin in an existing ad clip of "MyTear CL", an eye drop exclusive for contact lens users broadcasted in 1980, yesterday.

He has been retaken so many times since the first version was released in 2011, but he had wanted to modify it, so he changed the video.

Women students of university appear in the original clip of the work, but Producer remembers that all students wore white blouse with tie, like a typical school uniform of high schools of Japan.

So he made all women student appearing the video wear such cloth like school uniform.

And it is why he made HORIKITA Maki Usagi in the picture introduced first to this article wear a cloth like a typical school uniform.

And while he is retaking the video, he thought that he would make HORIKITA Maki Usagi in the picture introduced first to this article wear a cloth like a typical school uniform, too.