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Quintessential Quintuplets Figures Feature the Sisters in Dresses and Aprons

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Quintessential Quintuplets Figures

A new Quintessential Quintuplets Ichiban Kuji featuring figures and merchandise centered around a more “homely” version of the sisters in one-piece dresses and aprons is on the way. The series is titled “Together with you” (あなたと一緒に。), will release on November 20, 2021. It will cost ¥750 (about $6.80) per raffle ticket.

Included in the raffle are figures of all five Nakano sisters in one-piece dresses, microfibre towels, small plates, and a rubber strap. As an added bonus, the last person to buy a ticket will be awarded a canvas board. Furthermore, there will also be a “Double Chance Campaign” that will feature a special long-haired version of Nino Nakano in a dress.

By the look of the official art, the figures and merchandise are themed around the sisters preparing food, which explains the aprons and cooking utensils. While Bandai Namco has not released any official photos of the figures just yet, the previous festival-themed release did feature prizes with the official illustrations. The company will reveal further information about the prizes at a later date.

Below is a list of all of the Quintessential Quintuplets figures and products included in this series:

  • Prize A: Ichika Nakano One-piece Dress Figure
  • Prize B: Nino Nakano One-piece Dress Figure
  • Prize C: Miku Nakano One-piece Dress Figure
  • Prize D: Yotsuba Nakano One-piece Dress Figure
  • Prize E: Itsuki Nakano One-piece Dress Figure
  • Prize F: Ichika Nakano Flower Apron Microfibre Towel
  • Prize G: Nino Nakano Flower Apron Microfibre Towel
  • Prize H: Miku Nakano Flower Apron Microfibre Towel
  • Prize I: Yotsuba Nakano Flower Apron Microfibre Towel
  • Prize J: Itsuki Nakano Flower Apron Microfibre Towel
  • Prize K: Chokonokko Plate
  • Prize L: Chokonokko Figure
  • Prize M: Rubber Strap
  • “Last One” Prize: Canvas Board
  • “Double Chance Campaign” Prize: Long-haired ver. Nino Nakano One-piece Dress Figure

If you’re interested in more items, Don Quijote is also selling limited-edition merchandise at its stores. Ichiban Kuji also released a series of bridal-themed figures earlier this year with similar prizes and merchandise.

The Quintessential Quintuplets kuji will release on November 20, 2021 in Japan, and each raffle ticket will cost ¥750 (about $6.80).

Andrew Kiya
Andrew Kiya is a mixed Japanese writer, streamer, and activist. Born in Japan, and raised in both Japan and the United States, he is forever waiting for the next Ape Escape game.