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Total height: about 260mm
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Prototype: Mowano
Production cooperation: Abe Shindai (Fenrir)
Coloring: From the Sakura smartphone game "Fate / Grand Order", the scale figure of Saber's Servant "Miyamoto Musashi". It faithfully reproduces the figure of the Third Advent, which has both braveness and glamorousness. It is finished with an overwhelming information density, such as the kimono band, sword sheath and rich kimono band that contains rich patterns, and the contrast with the bare skin that is seen through the kimono gap. In addition, hair parts have become clear molding so that you can enjoy the cool expression that makes you feel comfortable. Please be sure to welcome Musashi, a figure that has been manufactured to be called the flower of Tengen! ( From Discovery Japan
Weight: 680
Dimension: 10.2 x 10.2 x 25.9 cm
689 g
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Discovery Japan Mall is a general mall that specializes in Japanese brand products. At the initial opening, the catalog is mainly toys, fishing gear, cosmetics, food, watches, and fashion, Approximately 100 Japanese companies have opened stores with Discovery Japan Mall, and about 15,000 Japanese brand goods can be purchased. Shipping is available to more than 120 countries and regions and as part of the opening campaign, international shipping is free on orders over JPY 20,000 Yen until the end of October. In addition to credit cards, the mall supports payment by PayPal, UnionPay - AliPay, and WeChat, and the website can be displayed in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Indonesian, Korean, and Thai. Purchases can be made easily using a smart phone, and because all orders include tracking and shipping insurance, delivery from Japan is safe and reliable, so you can purchase with confidence from the website. In addition, there are plans to sell iPad and MacBook case handmade from material representative of the Nishijin-ori used to make Japanese kimonos. There are future plans to lease by unique makers of handmade goods, in particular with the advanced embroidery technology used in Japan to make goods from kimonos, whose characteristic is "wafu" design that conjours up images of Japan. .

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