Scribbling of HORIKITA Maki Usagi & Norikochan, KANZAKI Noriko (Oct. 3, 2016)

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It was raining hard in the City of Saitama, the residence of Producer of Marguerite Site today, though it was fine weather yesterday.

Due to Typhoon #18 coming to the Ryukyus, Japan, emergency warnings of special rain, a storm, etc. are issued to Okinawa Prefecture, Japan as of October 3rd, 2016 PM 20:00 JST.

Here is an illustration 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,
  • and Norikochan, Kanzaki Noriko, a schoolgirl of a junior high school attached to HORIKITA Maki Usagi's university with her origin in Producer's childhood girlfriend,

both of Producer's original featured characters at a cafeteria of campus at raining noon of September.

An image of HORIKITA Maki Usagi & Norikochan, KANZAKI Noriko (Oct.  3, 2016).

Producer found that there are many red leaves on trees of dogwood when he went out for shopping in the raining afternoon.


Here is another illustration of HORIKITA Maki Usagi and Norikochan, carried to thissecondary website so many times, , created on October 10th, 2015.

The article of "HORIKITA Maki Usagi & Norikochan at a Waiting Room of an Ophthalmological Clinic".

HORIKITA Maki Usagi and Norikochan came to the clinic in order to take a periodic medical check-up for contact lenses.

Like HORIKITA Maki-chan, the model of HORIKITA Maki Usagi; and one of Producer's childhood girlfriend, the model of Norikochan, both HORIKITA Maki Usagi and Norikochan usually wears non-disposable soft contact lenses.

  • The reason why HORIKITA Maki-chan wears non-disposable contact lens is that the iris of her eyes are too large, while the reason why the model of Norikochan wore non-disposable contact lens is that disposable contact lens had not been invented yet when she began to wear contact lens in the beginning of her high school days.