Is The Order A Rabbit? Chino Ani Statue


JAN / EAN: 4934054783953
Product Name: Chino Ani Statue
Series: Is the Order a Rabbit?
Manufacturer: Kotobukiya

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! The next fun property joining Kotobukiya’s incredible Ani*Statue lineup is the comedy manga turned anime series Is the Order a Rabbit?

In Rabbit the new girl in town goes to live in the Rabbit House café and meets the interesting characters there. The main character of the story is the first girl to be immortalized in Ani*Statue form: CHINO KAFU! Her name inspired by the word “cappuccino,” Chino appears here in a humorous and whimsical pose appearing to float in mid-air.

The girl wears a cute outfit with a blue and white color scheme consisting of a skirt, jacket with buttons and thick lapel, long shirt, high socks, and an adorable puffy hat. Chino hovers above her base, leaning back with her limbs outstretched, her hair flying around her, and a surprised look on her face. Alongside her flies Tippy, the girl’s dead grandfather trapped in a fluffy white rabbit’s body!

Sculpted with fantastic detail by Takanari, Chino is nearly 6 inches tall (1/8 scale) as she floats above her specially designed display base. Get the cute girl and her grandfather/rabbit before they drift away!



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  • Paintwork is done partially by hand and therefore final products may vary.
  • Please assemble and disassemble with care; pieces and parts are delicate

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