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Pretty nice. Displaying an extreme degree of "foot civilization" (=feet look exactly like the shape of her shoes she wears). The average Japanese foot (esp. female) is rather short and chubby (Aya Hirano's type is rather exceptional), especially at the toe end. When civilization (=shoes) comes into play, toes are bent inward by the pressure (check 2092106) more than in other foot types. However, what doesn't look particularly aesthetic on the top of the foot often looks very pleasant on the sole side or plantar aspect. Here the bent toes only add to the natural sole curves, and the classic Japanese sole plumpiness and rosy hue contribute even more to this cute effect. A thin long foot would look slightly plainer when seen from the bottom. Maybe you need this 'cuteness' in the case of Japanese feet to compensate for the total lack of sexy, deep arches.