help find the name of this Japanese beauty
June 8, 2006 10:36 PM   Subscribe

I'm looking for who this model is... although these pics are PG-13 (a couple upskirts), they're still probably NSFW. They're not "porn" so I guess it's okay. I've tried a bunch of friends, and well, people I know who would be into this sort of stuff, but I'm still stumped. Here's a collection of the pictures I have along with their original filename as given to me.
posted by unrequited to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (21 answers total)

Strange I know this, but i found out from the Metatalk discussion about Myspace yesterday that it is Sayaka Isoyama.
posted by jgee at 10:40 PM on June 8, 2006

Response by poster: Unfortunately, it's not her, Isoyama has a mole on her left cheek and this mystery girl has one above her lip on the right. Thanks for yet another beautiful Japanese girl though hah.
posted by unrequited at 10:48 PM on June 8, 2006

oops, you are right. Didn't look close enough.
posted by jgee at 10:50 PM on June 8, 2006

Well, that's certainly a strange way to acquire my IP address.
posted by evariste at 11:52 PM on June 8, 2006

...but it worked.
posted by evariste at 11:53 PM on June 8, 2006

Response by poster: Hah, I swear I'm not in it for ip logging. Feel free to use an anonymizer if it helps me know who this model is... > )
posted by unrequited at 11:56 PM on June 8, 2006

Yeah, I was being facetious :-) Sorry I can't help about the identity of the girl. She's hot!
posted by evariste at 11:59 PM on June 8, 2006

No EXIF data, or much else to figure out where they came from. Where did you find these?

olivia:~$ identify -verbose t16.jpg 
t16.jpg JPEG 591x739 DirectClass 73kb 
Image: t16.jpg
  Format: JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format)
  Geometry: 591x739
  Class: DirectClass
  Type: TrueColor
  Endianess: Undefined
  Colorspace: RGB
  Channel depth:
    Red: 8-bits
    Green: 8-bits
    Blue: 8-bits
  Channel statistics:
      Min: 0 (0)
      Max: 255 (1)
      Mean: 117.539 (0.460936)
      Standard deviation: 84.0163 (0.329476)
      Min: 0 (0)
      Max: 255 (1)
      Mean: 111.774 (0.438331)
      Standard deviation: 78.0144 (0.305939)
      Min: 0 (0)
      Max: 255 (1)
      Mean: 131.56 (0.515923)
      Standard deviation: 76.3417 (0.299379)
  Colors: 81215
  Rendering-intent: Undefined
  Resolution: 72x72
  Units: PixelsPerInch
  Filesize: 73kb
  Interlace: None
  Background Color: white
  Border Color: #DFDFDF
  Matte Color: grey74
  Dispose: Undefined
  Iterations: 0
  Compression: JPEG
  Quality: 75
  Orientation: Undefined
  JPEG-Colorspace: 2
  JPEG-Sampling-factors: 2x2,1x1,1x1
  Signature: 789a3341e44f305c8f6dee4c9307648210621f127227ed044a01231629c7cbae
  Tainted: False
  Version: ImageMagick 6.2.4 02/13/06 Q16
olivia:~$ identify -format "%[EXIF:*]" t16.jpg 


posted by evariste at 12:09 AM on June 9, 2006

might be worth asking over at
posted by moochoo at 12:10 AM on June 9, 2006

Response by poster: >evariste my friend gave them to me, and he forgot where he got them from, or who it was from... so useless.
posted by unrequited at 12:13 AM on June 9, 2006

might be worth asking over at

or finklses forums.
posted by aeighty at 12:43 AM on June 9, 2006

There's a bunch of photobooks posted up on right now. I'd try going through those. (I'd help ya out, but I'm at work).
posted by GeekAnimator at 7:01 AM on June 9, 2006

I imagine there are still active usenet groups that could probably help you with this (not that I would know anything about that *cough* *cough*).
posted by Lazlo Hollyfeld at 7:07 AM on June 9, 2006

CRC checked against the last 3 years or so of usenet, no matches.
posted by trevyn at 10:45 AM on June 9, 2006

trevyn-intriguing, but you got me all sorts of curious. Did you mime-encode before CRC'ing? Is this something that's worked for you before? I wouldn't have thought to do that, even if I had 3 years' worth of usenet sitting on a hard drive somewhere (how?!)
posted by evariste at 1:00 PM on June 9, 2006

evariste, I happen to have access to CRCs et al. for decoded JPEGs (~47 million unique), which is what I checked against--so if they were posted UUencoded, MIME, or yEnc, it would come up. Obviously, this doesn't help if the image has been cropped, had a text overlay added, or the binary has otherwise been altered, but it's a data point.

You can, of course, do fancier things with fuzzy image comparison that will catch those things, but that's out of my realm.

BTW, The sheer quantities of this type of shoot that are out there lead me to believe that looking through Japanese pseudo-porn yourself will be pointless for identification purposes. ;)
posted by trevyn at 1:19 PM on June 9, 2006

trevyn-interesting, thanks. For what purpose were CRCs made of that much of the Usenet?
posted by evariste at 2:08 PM on June 9, 2006

NSA monitoring, of course! ;) ;)
posted by trevyn at 2:09 PM on June 9, 2006

posted by evariste at 2:11 PM on June 9, 2006

Response by poster: That makes me kind of scared trevyn... But thanks anyways.
posted by unrequited at 2:24 PM on June 9, 2006

Maybe it's just me, but when files are created by ImageMagick and start with the letter "T" aren't they likely to be thumbnails? In which case, although they're pretty big for thumbnails, aren't there somewhere some much bigger originals?

Maybe that's why you couldn't find them.
posted by AmbroseChapel at 2:33 PM on June 9, 2006

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