Atelier Ryza Reisalin Stout Summer Adventure figure
Image courtesy of Koei Tecmo and Claynel

Atelier Ryza Reisalin Stout Summer Figure Will Appear Next Year

Claynel has started accepting pre-orders for its upcoming Summer Adventure figure of Reisalin “Ryza” Stout from Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout. People in Japan can place their orders on Aniplex and AmiAmi web stores at 22,000 yen (~$145). The latter’s international storefront also features the figure, but it will only be available in select countries and regions.

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This static figure will be specifically based on the anime adaptation of Koei Tecmo and Gust’s RPG title that started airing in Japan in July 2023. The 1/7 scale figure will have an overall height of 235mm (~9.25 inches).

Here are some of the sample images for the new Ryza figure:

The availability of this figure outside Japan will be limited. Even though AmiAmi is usually known for supporting worldwide shipping, its listing for the Summer Ryza figure has a fine print stating the limited amount of countries and territories that can receive the figure. It will be available in the entire Americas from north to south. But other than that, the figure will only be available in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

AmiAmi and Aniplex will close pre-orders for the 1/7 scale Summer Adventure figure of Reisalin “Ryza” Stout from the Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout anime show on August 5, 2024. Claynel will formally release the figure in March 2025.

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