Name : Mihiro Taniguchi | Japanese Name : 朝美穗香 みひろ | Birthdate: May 19, 1982 (1982-05-19) | Birth location: Niigata Prefecture , Japan | Measurements: 82-59-84(cm) 32-23-33(inch) | Height: 1.53m (5 ft 0 in) | Eye colour: Brown | Hair colour: Brown | Blood type: A | Ethnicity: Japanese | Alias(es): Mihiro Taniguchi
Mihiro Taniguchi (朝美穗香 みひろ, Taniguchi Mihiro), also known as Mihiro (みひろ, Mihiro), is a Japanese model, singer, TV personality and award-winning adult video (AV) actress. Her long career as a featured actress and her popularity mark her as a true AV Idol.
Mihiro made her debut as an AV actress on January 28, 2005 when Alice Japan released her video Little Angel. Her transition from nude model to adult actress was described as “The biggest news for 2005!!” in the world of Japanese porn. A month later, she made her first video for the MAX-A studio, Super Star. For the next two and a half years until mid-2007, Mihiro made about one AV a month alternating between Alice Japan and MAX-A.
Her next two videos took her out of the studio: the March 2005 title for Alice Japan, Love Dreamer, takes her to Saipan to look for a scene she has dreamed about while in her April MAX-A entry Kitsch, she travels to Hokkaido. At the same time, Mihiro was also appearing on TV in the TV-Asahi drama Tokumei Kakarichō Tadano Hitoshi’ (特命??·只野仁?) or Mission Section Chief Hitoshi Tadano. She was in Episode 10 of the second year series of the program broadcast on March 18, 2005. Also in 2005, Mihiro starred in two of MAX-A’s popular series, Welcome to Max Cafe!, a cosplay role where she dresses as a schoolgirl, a “bunny girl” and a nun, and Welcome to Max Airline! where she is a flight attendant who services passengers and pilots.
She began 2006 with a regular role in TV Tokyo’s romantic comedy, 2nd House (2ndハウス or 2nd Hausu), which ran in 12 episodes from January to March 2006. In April 2006, she was one of the leads in the V-Cinema horror film, Zombie Self-Defense Force (ゾンビ自?? or Zonbi jieitai) directed by pink film and horror movie director Naoyuki Tomomatsu.