Japanese adult film superstar Sora Aoi is a 5’1” C-cup bombshell who is popular all around the world. Similar to Tracy Lords in the America, Sora Aoi has been able to successfully transition from the world of Adult Films to legitimate movies due to her cute looks and good acting ability.
Born in Tokyo, on November 11th, 1983, Sora Aoi debuted as a Gravure (bikini model) model in 2002 at the age of 18. That same year she made her adult film debut and quickly became one of the giants in the Japanese adult film world. It’s somewhat surprising then that Aoi Sora’s first appearance in a Pink Eiga wasn’t until 2004 (two years after her adult film debut), with her film “Tsumugi,” for which she won the ‘Best New Actress Award’ at the Pink Eiga Film Festival.
“Tsumugi” proved to be her breakout role. The movie was popular enough to earn a theatrical run outside of the Pink Eiga circuit and since then, Sora Aoi has acted in numerous non-adult films including Masahiro Yamamoto’s “Man, Woman, and the Wall” (2006) as well as in a Korean Television drama and the Thai romantic comedy “Hormones.” (2008) However, Sora Aoi continues to appear in Adult Films even though the trajectory of most adult performers is to quit their adult film work once they’ve landed some mainstream recognition.
In addition to her acting work, Sora Aoi’s photography has been published in the German magazine “European Photography.” She also came up with the idea for the popular manga “Aozora,” which has been running in the Japanese weekly manga magazine ‘Weekly Sunday Manga.’ Due to the success of the manga, in 2008 Aoi Sora starred in the movie adaptation of “Aozora.”
What’s unique about Sora Aoi is that she has many fans all around the world—both men and women. As a result, she’s been eagerly studying English and even has an English language blog as well as a Japanese language one. In addition, Sora Aoi is particularly interested in raising awareness about AIDS and has participated in educational events focused on AIDS prevention.
• Best New Actress – Pink Eiga film festival in 2004
• Aosora (Blue Sky) (2008) • Namida Tsubo (2008) • Man, Woman, and the Wall (2007) • Memories of Matsuko (2006) • Erotic Ghost: Siren (2004) • Love Twisted (2004) • Stop the Bitch Campaign: Hell Version (2004) • Tsumugi (2004)