Oshi no Ko Aqua Kana Nendoroid
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Oshi No Ko Aqua and Kana Nendoroid Figures Coming in 2024

Good Smile Company has confirmed the official release date for the Nendoroid figures of Kana and Aqua from the Oshi no Ko series. Each Nendoroid figure costs $35.99/¥5,600 separately, and their expected release date is Q3 2024 in North America and April 2024 in Japan. [Thanks, Dengeki Hobby!]

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The Aqua and Kana Nendoroid figures are now available for pre-order from the Good Smile Company online stores. The Nendoroid figure of Aqua comes with a composed, ominous, and smiling face plates. Optional parts included are a smartphone, a penlight, and a fansign.

Meanwhile, the Kana Arima Nendoroid comes with a smiling, exasperated, and sniggering face plates. Her optional parts include a hat and script book. As a special Good Smile Company pre-order bonus, both figures come with special round bases that include Aqua and Kana’s signature for each corresponding figure. In addition, another pre-order bonus includes a random Autumn Outing Set bonus part set.

You can take a better look at the new Oshi no Ko Nendoroids of Aqua and Kana, as well as the pre-order bonuses here:

The new Oshi no Ko Nendoroid figures were originally announced in May 2023 during the WonHobby Gallery 2023 Spring exhibition as unpainted prototypes alongside other Oshi no Ko figures. Good Smile Company recently teased the Nendoroids by sharing two painted prototypes on social media.

The new Oshi no Ko Aqua and Kana Nendoroid figures cost $35.99/¥5,600 each, and they are expected to be released sometime in Q3 2024 in North America and April 2024 in Japan. Pre-orders are now open from the Good Smile Company online stores.

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