Retrieved 11 February In the s, public interest in idols began to wane,  as audiences lost interest in singing and audition programs. While still tightly controlled, idols were allowed to show more of their actual personalities and were permitted to release some carefully scripted outbursts. Historical Dictionary of Postwar Japan. March Learn how and when to remove this template message. An idol is a type of entertainer in their preteens to twenties whose image is manufactured to cultivate a dedicated consumer fan following. Main article: Voice acting in Japan. Massachusetts: Harvard University Asia Center. The Huffington Post in Japanese.
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