AIMYON aims to look cute with a birthday cake on her chin.

When AIMYON put cream on her chin, “Everyone said I was drooling!”

Singer-songwriter AIMYON celebrated her 27th birthday on March 6, 2022. On the same day, she updated her Twitter page and showed a photo of her birthday cake with cream on her chin. AIMYON, wearing a hat with her eyes deep in her head, seems to be taking a good look at the special cake with a picture of her own face printed on it. It can be seen that she is holding a message plate after taking a bite.

AIMYON interjects small jokes such as putting white cream on her chin. On her birthday, she seemed to enjoy the “18 Festival,” a live concert organized by NHK exclusively for the 18-year-old generation.

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Who is AIMYON?

AIMYON is a Pisces born on March 6, 1995. She is a singer-songwriter from Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. Her representative songs include her major debut single “I’m alive, aren’t I?” and her 5th single “Marigold”. She has also contributed many songs, and “Neko” by DISH//, in which Takumi Kitamura is a vocalist, was also written by her.

AIMYON’s hometown, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, is a place filled with the dreams of a baseball boy.

AIMYON’s hometown, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, is home to the Hanshin Tigers, a Japanese professional baseball team. Nishinomiya City is also the home of the Hanshin Koshien Stadium, the site of the spring and summer Koshien games, and is widely known as a sacred place for baseball.

Nishinomiya Shrine is also located in Nishinomiya City and is famous for the festival of selecting the year’s “lucky son”. Worshippers from all over Japan run through the approximately 200-meter path to the main shrine to compete for the fastest time in the “Fukuotoko (lucky man) selection” event. Many of you may have experienced this scene in person or seen it on TV. The first three winners are said to be as the year’s lucky men, the people with the most good fortune.

If you visit her hometown of Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, why not stop by Hanshin Koshien Stadium or Nishinomiya Shrine?