The history of idol culture in Japan【Modern Edition】

According to one definition, an idol is “a person who is active because of the appeal of his or her very existence”. Etymologically, it means “idol,” and nowadays, an idol is “a person who is longed for” and “a person who has enthusiastic fans”. In fact, in the 1960s when the word “idol” first appeared in Japan, idols referred to foreign film actors and musicians. But in the 1970s, with the debut of…

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