Hololive’s Nakiri Ayame Pop Up Parade Figure Arrives in August

The latest Hololive product from Good Smile is the Nakiri Ayame Pop Up Parade figure. Orders from the US store will cost $38.99 and are expected to ship in the fourth quarter of 2023 (October-December). Japanese store orders will on ¥5,500 and are set to ship in September 2023. Pre-orders will remain open until April 23, 2023.

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The figure stands approximately 170mm tall and comes set in a mischievous pose held up by a stand. In this depiction, Ayame wears her original outfit. This includes her Oni mask and red and white rope belt.

You can get a look at the figure below. There are no pose options or accessories included.

Ayame is a member of Hololive’s second generation of talents, along with Ozora Subaru, Murasaki Shion, Minato Aqua and Yuzuki Choco. Ayame is one of several Hololive members to get new figures from Good Smile Company, including Yukihana Lamy and Houshou Marine who have scale figures on the way. Designs for Nendoroids of Roboco, Mososuzu Nene and Tokoyami Towa have also been teased.

The Hololive Nakiri Ayame Pop Up Parade figure is available from the Good Smile and Good Smile US stores. Pre-orders are open until April 23, 2023.


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