Bikini Contest - bikini contest pictures with Japanese bikini contest girls,
plus over 1,000 pictures of Japanese girls. Vote in our online Bikini
go Surfing Bondi Tsunami Surfing Contest
Tsunami was inspired by the amount of young Japanese that are
flocking to Australias golden shores with backpacks, year long
visas and surfboards. They are attracted to our sun burnt island for
its pristine beaches, wide open spaces and famous Australian
surfing lifestyle. Bondi Tsunami is about the cross cultural
interaction between these Japanese surf stoked kids and Aussies, to
help them experience Australia as we do, as they are not all shy
koala huggers, afraid to step off the tour buses. While at the same
time raising money for the Norman Andrews House, a registered
charity, helping the needy of Bondi.
See over 1,000 pictures of Japanese girls including
Race Queens and show girls in our
Japanese Girls Gallery.
Go Surfing Bondi Tsunami Surfing Competition 2001
Smith from the bi-lingual Tsunami Surf Show on Bondi FM 88 decided
to hold an annual Aussie & Japanese surfing contest on Bondi
Beach. Anthony 's show includes English & Japanese surf reports
and interviews with Aussie & Japanese surfers and celebrities.
Brenda Miley, from Lets go Surfing Surf School, is the contest
festival includes the Lets go Surfing- Bondi Tsunami Surfing
Contest, a Thong Kicking contest, a presentation and after party at
the New Bondi Icebergs with a Miss Tsunami
Bikini Contest and the
Norman Andrews House charity raffle. Along with some popular bands
we always draw a huge crowd. The event raised $1,800 in 2000 and
$2,200 in 2001 for a very worthy charity, Norman Andrews House.