Japanese ‘Master Butt’ Model Marries Esports Gamer She Met at an Arcade

Yuka Kuramochi

Yuka Kuramochi, a Japanese gravure swimsuit model, has officially tied the knot with professional gamer boyfriend Keita “Fuudo” Ai, a member of esports organization Cygames Beast.

The announcement came on Monday when the 28-year-old model shared pictures of their wedding on Twitter, according to Model Press via SoraNews24.

The couple filed their marriage registration paperwork on Nov. 5, a day before Kuramochi’s 28th birthday.

In one of the pictures, Fuudo can be seen carrying an arcade-style video game fighting stick.

Video games, specifically “Street Fighter IV,” hold something special for the couple. The two of them met roughly 10 years ago at an arcade and became friends through their mutual love of the popular fighting game franchise.

Fuudo also shared some pictures on his Twitter account.

Kuramochi, who has earned the nickname “Shiri Shokunin” or “Master Butt Craftswoman” for her hips and backside, has always supported Fuudo during his professional career as a gamer.

“Somewhere along the line, enjoying playing games with him and going to cheer for him at tournaments, I started to feel that I could be happy with this person forever and we decided to get married,” she said.

Even though she has yet to make any announcements about whether she will retire as a model, Kuramochi has said that she intends to support Fuudo in his career as a professional gamer.

She is also currently a producer of G-Star Gaming, an all-female esports team.

Feature Image via @thefuudo (Left), @yukakuramoti (Right)

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