Nendoroid No. 511 Touken Ranbu: Mikazuki Munechika (Re-run)
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- Non Scale Pre-Painted PVC Figure
- Material: PVC and ABS
- Height: approx. 100mm
- Limited availability
"Hahaha! Go ahead, go ahead! Feel free to touch!"
From the popular PC browser game 'Touken Ranbu -ONLINE-' comes a rerelease of the most beautiful of the Five Great Swords, Nendoroid Mikazuki Munechika! He comes with three expressions including a standard face with a charming smile, an expression for combat as well as a nonchalant expression made in the image of his 'ojiichan' nickname!
His sword is included and can be displayed both sheathed and drawn, and the scabbard faithfully shows off the phases of the moon! Other optional parts include a traditional Japanese teacup for more relaxed scenes, as well as an 'uchiko' which is needed to keep your swordsmen ready for battle! Be sure to add him to your collection!
|Original Name||ねんどろいど 三日月宗近|
|Official Release Date||Dec 04, 2015|
|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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I have quite a few nendoroid figures, and Mikazuki is easily one of the prettiest. All the tiny details on his chestplates and armour have been painted in perfectly; in fact I couldn't find any flaws in the paint work at all. He comes with two swords -sheathed and unsheathed- and the sheathed sword allows you to take the handle off so you can pose him with both the blade and the scabbard, which is a nice little feature Goodsmile have added to all the TouRabu nendos.
One of the only little criticisms I have is that attaching his sword scabbard to his side is a bit trickier than it is on the Kogitsunemaru nendo, but once you get it in properly it stays put.
In case anyone was worried, he's definitely 100% genuine. I display him with Kiyomitsu, Kogitsunemaru and Kuninaga and they look perfect together :)
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