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Clara's Exhibition in Gallery Sora
Tottori

http://news.gallery-sora-kuu.moo.jp/?eid=919744

トットリNowや新聞、昨年の鳥取JAZZのポスターや雑誌などで人気ものClaraちゃんこと大倉さゆりの本格個展です!

強烈いやしパワー全開で皆様をお待ちしています。

会場ではClaraちゃんが似顔絵を描いてくれますよ!

あなたもClaraキャラになってみませんか?

Copyright: Tadashi Ikuta
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Uploaded: 20/07/2012
Updated: 15/08/2014
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