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ISSUE #28

ANNE CURTIS JOINS KARYLLE IN

KTV & RESTO VENTURE

ZSA ZSA PADILLA

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CELEBRATES LIFE, CAREER, FAMILY AND BEING HAPPY

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Editor's Note e are definitely ending spring on a high note as we feature Philippine showbiz’s one and only Divine Diva Zsa Zsa Padilla who is gracing the cover of our May 2018 issue with her timeless beauty. The pictorial took place at Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo during her visit for the cherry blossom season last

April. In between shoots, she granted us an exclusive interview where she talked about her career, life and family, which you can read in our cover story (p. 7). This issue, along with our April 2018 edition, is very special for us. We would like to express our gratitude to Ms. Zsa Zsa, Yael and Karylle for giving us the opportunity to be part of their Tokyo family trip. Maraming salamat po!

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Anne Curtis Joins Karylle in KTV and Resto Venture

ON THE COVER

Zsa Zsa Padilla Celebrates Life, Career, Family and Being Happy

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10th Okinawa Int’l Movie Festival Draws Celebrities, Crowd to Naha

FEATURE

Popular Filming Locations in Okinawa

Florenda Corpuz Editor-in-Chief

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EUROPEAN ADVENTURES A First-Timer in Europe

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Anne Curtis Joins Karylle in KTV and Resto Venture “It’s Showtime” hosts Anne Curtis and Karylle together with Sponge Cola frontman Yael Yuzon venture into a business partnership with the opening of Rockstar KTV and Restobar, a premium karaoke and events venue that aims to cater to celebrations, corporate parties and simply a fun night of singing, dancing and partying rockstar style.

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ocated at the 5th level of Sky Garden in SM Aura, Rockstar KTV features 15 themed rooms inspired by musical legends like Prince, Beyonce and Michael Jackson. There is also a K-Pop room since it is not a secret that Anne and Karylle are huge K-Pop and K-Drama fans. Anne considers her latest venture a dream come true because she loves going to KTV bars to sing with her friends. “It was always like a big dream of mine na parang ang sarap siguro na owner ka ng isang KTV na anytime pwede ka pumunta and kumanta. I always kept telling Karylle na ‘uy, kung magbubukas kayo sali ninyo naman ako. Sali ako.’ Siguro that was like five years ago and then now finally she called, ‘We’re opening a new place. Would you like to be a part of it?’ Instant yes talaga sa akin. Ang saya, ang saya,” Anne tells Filipino-Japanese Journal (FJJ) in an interview during the exclusive press preview of the place. Karylle, on the other hand, is not a newbie in this business since she is one of the owners of Centerstage Family KTV & Restobar. “Centerstage has been around for years and we’ve learned a lot of things. Alam na rin namin kung ano iyong mga hinihingi ng tao so when we opened this we tried to make it a little extra. “Siguro iyong overall experience mas special rin, more high tech and it will continue to get more high tech as time goes by. We’re just trying to improve all

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the time and it’s just in the direction na mas gaganda pa at mas magiging exciting iyong KTV experience,” Karylle beams who admits that Spice Girls songs are her go-to KTV songs. Yael believes that KTV business is booming in the Philippines because Filipinos love to sing. And Rockstar KTV – with its top-notch sound system and 100,000 current English, Filipino, Chinese, Korean and Japanese karaoke songs – allows its patrons to have a night of fun and partying through singing.

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“It’s a place where you can make your dreams concrete. There’s a lot of people who dream to become singers and here in Rockstar KTV you’d sound great, you’re in a room that is nice and you’re in a controlled environment so no one will judge you, maybe except your friends,” Yael enthuses. “You can walk here and be a singer,” he adds. They also invite overseas Filipinos in Japan to drop by Rockstar KTV when they come home to Manila. “When they come home, they get to bond with their family and do things that Filipinos love to do as a family,” says Anne who loves to belt out Celine Dion, Beyonce and Whitney Houston songs. “If you’re in another country, music can transport you back to home. Iyong relationship ng balikbayans to their home country ang laking factor doon ang music,” adds Yael. “We have Adobo here. I’m sure they miss Filipino food,” Karylle insists. Rockstar KTV also offers its patrons a wide array of international and Asian cuisine complemented by signature cocktails, classic beverages and liquor.


ON THE COVER

“I think we have to remember na napakalaking achievement ang magkaroon ng masayang pamilya because we all work hard for that, ‘di ba, buong buhay natin. We have arguments, misunderstandings pero we always want na buo ang pamilya natin, na nagkakaintindihan kayo."

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Z Z P The month of May is special for Zsa Zsa Padilla for good reasons: she’s turning 54 on May 28; celebrated Mother’s Day with her three daughters Karylle, Nicole and Zia last May 13; and her 35th showbiz anniversary concert dubbed “The Best Days of My Life” held at the Newport Performing Arts Theatre in Resorts World Manila on May 11 was a resounding success.

Zsa Zsa Padilla

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n a time where fans are going crazy over love teams and pop stars, Zsa Zsa is a perfect example that versatility, talent and right attitude are the perfect recipe to stay a lifelong in an industry where one has to always contend with a pool of artists determined to make it big.

35 Years and Counting

With an impressive career spanning 35 years, Zsa Zsa is one of the most distinct voices, touted as the Divine Diva, in the local music industry being behind timeless hits such as “Mambobola,” “Kahit Na,” “Hiram,” “Ikaw Lamang” and “Sana’y Maghintay ang Walang Hanggan.” The multi-awarded singer-actress started her career as a vocalist for Hotdog, the legendary Pinoy band, in the mid-‘70s before deciding to go solo in 1982. Five years later, she landed her first acting role via hit TV drama series “Lovingly Yours Helen.” Since then, Zsa Zsa appeared in numerous projects that allowed her to carve out a lustrous career and survive controversies along the way. Her successful anniversary concert cemented her place as one of the best and respected singers today as she relived her journey in the past decades through her memorable songs that earned her awards and accolades. With an astounding career, the Divine Diva was quick to give credit to her mentors and people who helped her hone her talent and supported her in more ways than one. “My secret in staying that long is like what other people would say ‘No man is an island.’ I was backed by so many people. Especially when I was starting my career ang dami talagang tumulong sa akin – my managers that I will forever be grateful to, the publicists, and the band I’ve worked with, mga directors, napakadami,” she said in a recent interview.

Career Dynamics The journey to having a successful career in the entertainment business didn’t come easy for the veteran singer-actress. She had to contend with controversies and learn lessons from it and in all of her undertakings, Zsa Zsa is out there giving extra effort be it in doing a series of shows or acting as a kontrabida in a TV drama series like her role as Helen Montoya/Red Dragon in the recently concluded ABSCBN show “Wildflower.” “So since first time ko naman pinabayaan ko na kumabaga lahat ng criticisms wini-weigh-in ko lalo na kung baka naman makakatulong sa akin. “Sabi ko, kailangang patunayan ko ang sarili ko na kahit ang tagal ko na sa showbiz.

And so eventually, nag-grow,” Zsa Zsa relates about her character in an exclusive interview with Filipino-Japanese Journal (FJJ) at Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo where she had a pictorial for the magazine. Through the years, she has learned to really get in to the character that she is portraying to elicit the right emotions. “While you’re playing it, doon mo lalong maiintindihan ang character mo kaya ang acting hindi mo kailangang sobrang planuhin. It’s more of how you feel inside. Ito yung character ko and alam mo na kapag kausap ka ng director masasabi mo kung gagawin ba ito o hindi ng character mo. “I guess doon lumalabas ang pagkaartist ng isang artista,” she enthuses. Being a veteran, Zsa Zsa admits that she is at a point where she has the freedom on whether she will accept a project or not. “I feel at my age, being in showbiz for 35 years, mayroon naman na akong privilege na makapamili. Kapag bata ka pa, kaya mo tanggapin lahat ng projects kasi kailangan mo ng exposure. Siguro ngayon sa edad ko at hindi ko na rin kaya, nakakapamili na ako ng trabaho.” “I’m just in a chill place in my life where I don’t have to prioritize work anymore. Kung may work, o sige. Kung wala, relax lang. I think I’m very comfortable now where I am. Ang artista naman hindi nagre-retire hanggang may trabaho, hangga’t kaya pa gagawin pero I am at a point in my life where I’m really savoring the moment,” she says.

On Love and Motherhood Zsa Zsa got a second wind at love a few years after Dolphy, her partner for 23 years, died in 2012. Being in a long relationship with the comedy king, Zsa Zsa thought that falling in love again was out of the equation. Until she met Conrad Onglao, an architect, through her good friend Sharon Cuneta. The relationship blossomed and although they had a short break up last year, all is well now between the two. “The biggest challenge for me was that I was with Dolphy for 23 years and it’s difficult for me realizing that I was with another person. There was a lot in my past that I had to let go of and accept before I could really, truly move on,” Zsa Zsa admits. Now, she enjoys doing simple joys with him like eating, walking and traveling. “Gusto ko iyong ninanamnam ko iyong mga moments. I like simple joys. Ganun na, I’m in that path already. And I’m looking forward to farm life. Ganun na ang mga dreams namin, me and Conrad, as partners. Busy kami sa pagplano kung ano ang gagawin namin in the next years,” she adds. She also enjoys quality time with her kids Karylle, Nicole and Zia. Although she had a hard time raising them because she was a working mother, with showbiz

commitments left and right, Zsa Zsa made it a point to be there in the most important stages of their lives. “Raising them when they were younger was a challenge because I had less time with them. We tried to bring them abroad or sa work namin kung pwede.” Her memorable celebration of Mother’s Day happened when her kids prepared a delicious meal for her at their Marina house in Parañaque City. “They make it special for me, my girls. Mayroong time na nandoon kami sa Marina and nagluto, naghain sila. Ang nag-set up si Coco, si Zia iyong nagluto, tapos nagentertain si Karylle and si Yael. Mayroon pang video online na Arroz ala Cubana, iyon un. So that was very memorable kasi sobrang nag-effort sila, na-appreciate ko iyon.” As any other mother would do, Zsa Zsa will do everything to protect her children, “Mabait ako sa tao pero kapag feeling ko inaapi mo iyong anak ko bigla akong nagbabago. Siguro lahat naman ng nanay ganun pagdating sa anak.” Zsa Zsa may be a big star with a lustrous career in show business but in the end, her greatest achievement in life will always be family. “I think we have to remember na napakalaking achievement ang magkaroon ng masayang pamilya because we all work hard for that, ‘di ba, buong buhay natin. We have arguments, misunderstandings pero we always want na buo ang pamilya natin, na nagkakaintindihan kayo. “I am proud that my daughters even though individually may kanya-kanya na kaming tirahan, we still see each other, we communicate all the time, and that’s something I am very proud of. I think that is my greatest achievement in life.”

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Toshiyuki Teruya (4th from left) together with the cast of ‘Born Bone Born’

10th Okinawa Int’l Movie Festival Draws Celebrities, Crowd to Naha WORDS BY FLORENDA CORPUZ PHOTOGRAPHS BY DIN EUGENIO

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NAHA – The Okinawa International Movie Festival (OIMF) welcomed celebrities, filmmakers and fans to the prefectural capital of Naha from April 19 to 22 for the 10th edition of the festival held at different venues all over the city.

he four-day cinema fest founded by Japanese talent agency and media conglomerate Yoshimoto Kogyo in 2009 warmly received approximately 250,000 attendees this year. “The festival has gone on for 10 years, and I hope it will continue for 100 years,” OIMF Chairman and Yoshimoto Kogyo CEO Hiroshi Osaki said during the Opening Ceremony at ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel. The 10th OIMF presented 51 films, stage performances, sports events, a stamp rally aimed at disseminating information about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), art exhibitions and the opening of the first Laugh & Peace Entertainment School Okinawa. Despite the heavy downpour on the last day, the festival successfully held its 10

red carpet event at Kokusai Dori where a thousand guests including famous movie stars from Japan and other countries walked. Fans cheered when they saw Okinawan-born comedian Toshiyuki Teruya who directed the dark comedy film “Born Bone Born.” Other Okinawan celebrities who walked the red carpet include Rino Nakasone from the food drama “Jimami Tofu” and Meisa Kuroki who got a huge reaction from the crowd with her first appearance at the festival. “It took 10 years for me to be invited,” she joked. Kuroki hosted a new event at the festival named “My Favorite Movie.” “Nomitori Samurai” actor Hiroshi Abe took time to shake hands and sign autographs along the red carpet. “I am so thankful people are here to support us even in the rain,” he said. Actress Nana Eikura from the movie

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“When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead” was also present. Myanmar-born Hollywood newbie and Japanese boyband singer Win Morisaki from the movie “Memories of Whale Island” attended the festival as well – his first to date. The OIMF 2018 concluded with a banter of comedy duo Garage Sale and the presentation of the Audience Choice Awards for the movies “In Pursuit of the General,” a Chinese historical epic chosen by viewers as their favorite foreign language film and the bodyswitch comedy “Reon” as the best-loved Japanese film. The celebration continued with a concert at the harbor side Naminoue Umisora Park featuring Okinawan musicians and singers. This year, OIMF held events that celebrated on the theme, “fun, peace and laughter.” Next year’s edition of the festival will take place on April 18 to 21.


Meisa Kuroki

Hiroshi Abe (left)

Win Morisaki (right) together with actress Ito Ono and director Yuji Makino

Nana Eikura with director Toshio Lee

Hiroshi Osaki (right)

Naha City Mayor Mikiko Shiroma (center)

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FEATURE

Miyagi Island

Popular Filming

Locations in Okinawa

WORDS BY FLORENDA CORPUZ PHOTOGRAPHS BY DIN EUGENIO

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kei Island and Zamami Island, with their crystal blue seas, white sand beaches and colorful marine life, are the perfect filming locations for the movies “Born, Bone, Born,” a dark comedy directed by Toshiyuki Teruya that centers around the death ritual of senkotsu (bone washing) and the Vietnamese-Japanese romantic movie “Memories of Whale Island” starring Win Morisaki, who recently made his Hollywood debut in Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster sci-fi action adventure “Ready Player One.” Naha City and Nakagusuku Town with locations like the Kinjo-cho Stone12

paved Path and Zakimi Castle Ruins are the filming spots of choice of the Singaporean-Japanese food drama “Jimami Tofu.”

Filming in Okinawa If you want to film in Okinawa, the Okinawa Film Office is the first point of contact. They provide free services to all productions coming to the southernmost prefecture of Japan like location scouting, information on production facilities, consultation concerning working with civil authorities and local officials, contact details of local production service companies, equipment rentals,

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professionals on the field, etc. Last year, they welcomed more than 32 productions (international – 12, domestic – 20) and received more than 280 enquiries.

Fast Facts • Okinawa was once an independent kingdom until late 18th century. • Okinawa is well-known as the area of longevity. • 160 islands comprise Okinawa • 9.4 million visitors in 2017 • 1.4 million island population • 23.1 degrees celsius (average temperature)


Ikei Island

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EUROPEAN ADVENTURES

Europe A First-Timer in

Eiffel Tower, Paris

WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ARLENE DONAIRE

If you keep looking out the same window or entering the usual door, how then do you expect to change your view?

Arc de Triomphe

Curious in Verona

Florence Cathedral

Art shops in Milan

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wild dream came true for me this summer; one I had not expected to happen this early. Why was it wild? Wild, because it was lofty and seemingly far-fetched, for someone like me whose capacity to travel for the sheer joy of it is predicated by a considerable amount of time saving, planning, and praying for these unique chances of a lifetime; wild, because I always thought that, like fast moving prey in a safari, there is always a big chance that I may not come close to the target no matter how hard I tried; and, wild because it is such an amazing prospect for visual and educational experiences – when the stories and images of your youth and adulthood, come to life before your very eyes. This wild dream was Europe! This summer, I opened a new window and saw a first view of the continent and set foot inside new doorways – Finland, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France. I would say that majority of my exposures in travel is self-determined and the rest a colateral benefit of work, with a small margin, a blessing in the form of gifts from friends and brands that I support in my vocation as a travel photographer-writer. My European experience, however, came about as a result of the last case. I met two amazing individuals who made it happen – an invitation to travel as a tour manager for their company’s European Tour.

Selfie at Eiffel Tower

Venetian blue

Let me just say that to begin with, that beyond my initial WILD reaction, there isn’t quite a word that can exactly match the feeling of my first-time experience of seeing the Europe of my literature, humanities and history classes. I know that I am thankful and grateful for the unique opportunity; I know that was visually intoxicated and awed by the stark difference of the open musuem characteristic of the cities we went to, from Vienna to Paris; and I know that time flew so fast the images are now a blur to me but the disbelief of the experience happening is still buzzing in my head. I know it was simply overwhelming! So, with gigabytes of images in my hard drive and loads of stories to tell for each of my encounters of the European countries and cities I visited, please alllow me to give you for now, an elementary summary of my European experience and some snaps of how I saw Italy and France. In my next stories, I look forward to giving you more visuals and anecdotes of my wild European dream coming true.

A Beginner’s List of Europe A - Arc De Triomphe, architecture (gothic, romantic, baroque, roman) B - Bon (Bon giourno, bon appetit), beautiful/bella/belle, Bateoux Mouche (boat cruise in Seine River), boulangerie C - Croissants, Colloseum, Champs de Elysse D - Duomo, Dijon, Directions (Nord,

Vatican - entry to the museum and St. Peter’s Cathedral

Sud, Este, Ovest/Ouest) E - Euro currency, Eiffel, escargot F - Florence, fashion, France G - Gelato, gondola, Greetings (ciao, arrivederci) H - Holiday I - Italy J - Juliet K - Kirche (church) L - Louvre, Louis Vuitton, Leonardo DV, Larry’s Classic Tours (my tour sponsor) M - Monalisa, Murano, museums, mozzarella, monuments, Mozart, Michaelangelo, macaroons N - nature, nonettes O - Obelisk, olive oil P - Piatz, piazza, pasta, pizza, Prada, Parisian Peripherique, Paris Q - Queens, queues R - Renaissance, Rome, Rue S - Seine, Sistene, Sud, St. Peter’s T - Trams, trevi U - Universities V - Vatican, Venice, Verona, Versace W - Walking, waterways, wine X - Xray checks in all churches and museums, X fuji camera - my shooting gear Y - Yellow mustard plantations Z - Zenfone, my mobile shooting tool *Thank you, dear friends Rene Ocampo and Ched Limson for being my fairy godfriends; Jo Malongayon, Director of Operations of Larry’s Classic Tours for your guidance and support; Asus Philippines for my mobile shooting gear (Zenfone) and my beloved family.

Sistine Chapel, Vatican

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