Kingdom Hearts III Kairi Nendoroid Wields A Keyblade

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It’s time to reunite the Destiny Island trio yet again as Good Smile Company plans on releasing a Nendoroid of Kairi from Kingdom Hearts III. The Kingdom Hearts III Kairi Nendoroid is available for pre-order from May 20 to July 1, 2021. She will ship out in December 2021 for Japan and January 2022 for North America. She will cost ¥6200/$61.99.

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Kairi’s three face plates include a standard expression, an angry fighting expression, and a gentle smile. She also comes with several optional parts, such as her keyblade, Destiny’s Embrace, a sea salt ice cream, and a paopu fruit. As well, she has hand parts that will allow you to display her with the Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Axel Nendoroids. You can pose Kairi and Sora so that they’re holding hands, or pose Kairi and Axel so that Axel is giving her ice cream.

You can see more pictures of her here:

Good Smile Company announced Nendoroid versions of Kairi, Axel, and Aqua in February 2021. Though the Kingdom Hearts III Nendoroids for Sora and Riku are no longer open for pre-order, Axel is available until June 3, 2021. There is currently no news yet on the Aqua Nendoroid.

The Kingdom Hearts III Kairi Nendoroid is open for pre-order until July 1, 2021. She will ship out in December 2021 for Japan and January 2022 for North America. Kingdom Hearts III is available worldwide on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.

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