Interviewer:Why didn't you attend classes in high school?
Maiko: I didn't have any friends (laughs). I went to
a girl's school but the girls there were all a bit stuck up. They
would all form little groups and fight amongst each other. So they
treated you like dirt if you weren't part of their group and so...
for example, if you ticked off someone in a group they'd tell everyone
to not to talk to you. So there were always 2-3 girls in every class
that were picked on.
Interviewer:So you don't have any friends?
Maiko: It's not that I don't have any, it's just that
I don't have a lot of them (laughs). I don't like hanging out in
large groups. I mean, don't you think that large groups is a pain?
I mean, if you had 30 friends you'd have to spend an entire month
to meet each one. I don't think you need that many.
Interviewer:Well, then how about a boyfriend?
Maiko: That I really want (laughs).
Interviewer:What type of guys do you like?
Maiko: Men who are kind. Men who take care of everything
besides just his girlfriend. I don't care what that other thing
is; it could be his job or a hobby. I just think that a guy who
only thinks of his girl is limiting his outlook on the world, which
would also cause his girlfriend's outlook to become limited as well.
Interviewer:How many men have you been in relationships
with so far?
Maiko: Who knows? That's my secret to keep!
Interviewer:I'm sure you meet a lot of people while
you work. Have you gotten friendly with any of them?
Maiko: I do now. I rarely talked on the set when I started
out. I complain more often now that I'm used to the work, hehehe.
I mean, you feel like complaining if you actually know the people
who are shooting you, don't you? Ahahaha. In a way, complaining
also means that I trust the staff to do what's right.