Saekano: Michiru Hyodo Swimsuit Ver. 1/7 Scale Figure

Good Smile Company

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Estimated Release Month: August 2020 | COVID-19 Delayed

JAN / EAN: 4580416940924
Product Name: Michiru Hyodo Swimsuit Ver.
Series: Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
Manufacturer: Good Smile Company

The fourth Saekano swimsuit figure based on Kurehito Misaki's illustrations is Megumi!

From the popular anime Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend ♭comes a 1/7th scale figure of the main character's cousin and Blessing Software's music composer Michiru Hyodo wearing a swimsuit! The figure is the fourth in a series of figures based on original illustrations by Kurehito Misaki, each featuring the Saekano girls wearing their swimsuits.

Misaki's delicate touch and unique coloring have been carefully preserved on the figure, while also capturing the athletic and toned appearance of Michiru's body with intricate sculptwork and paintwork. Her detailed denim shorts and sun visor can be removed allowing for a customizable display! Be sure to add the first-ever scale figure of Michiru Hyodo to your collection and display her with the other girls of Blessing Software in the Saekano swimsuit figure series!

Approx. 255 in height

Includes Bonus: Original Illustration Postcard (Illustrated by: Kurehito Misaki)

$165.18 $145.36
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  • Please note that images shown may differ from the final product.
  • 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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