No Nijisanji Figures Appear on English or Chinese WonHobby 38 Sites 

No Nijisanji Figures on English, Chinese Good Smile Company WonHobby Sites
Image via Good Smile Company

Both the English and Chinese versions of the Good Smile Company WonHobby 38 sites don’t show any Nijisanji figures, while the Japanese version and social media account account for the new Nendoroids. Six of them were announced at the February 11, 2024 event in Japan. 

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There are six Nijisanji Vtubers from the Japanese branch getting their own Nendoroids in Japan. Of them, two are from the same generation. They’re Ange Katrina and Inui Toko. The other four are Fuwa Minato, Kagami Hayato, Kaida Haru, and Kenmochi Toya

Here’s the gallery featuring the announcement images Good Smile Company shared in Japan. 

Good Smile Company didn’t make any statement online about this omission. The figure reveals are just absent from both sites and the US social media account. It is also worth noting that the WonHobby 36 site’s English, Japanese, and Chinese versions all shared the Nijisanji Nendoroid of the Japanese branch Vtuber Hyakumantenbara Salome. Likewise, the WonHobby 35 site included the Kanae and Sasaki Saku ones.

This comes after a number of companies decided to stop selling Nijisanji merchandise after the termination of Selen Tatsuki. Anycolor noted it didn’t expect her dismissal to affect its bottom line. Companies like Hyte and MofuMerch announced they would no longer work with or sell items based on Anycolor Vtubers. 

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