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The First Kotobukiya Bishoujo Remix Figure Is Hatsune Miku

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Kotobukiya has an already-established Bishoujo line of figures that has 1/7th scale recreations of popular heroines from comics, games, and shows. For example, there are Street Fighter and Tekken Bishoujo statues for characters like Jun Kazama, Sakura, and Karin. While these tend to be around $70-85 for figure, a new Bishoujo Remix line of slightly more premium collectibles has been announced, and a Hatsune Miku figure will be the first to launch.

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The Bishoujo Remix Hatsune Miku figure will be a 1/7th statue, just like a standard Kotobukiya Bishoujo one. However, this iTANDi ene sculpted figure, which is based on a Shunya Yamashita design, will apparently feature a higher quality construction and paint job. As a result, the price will almost double. When this figure appears in September 2020, it will cost $169.99.

Get a better look at the Bishoujo Remix Hatsune Miku figure from a number of different angles below.

While this is Kotobukiya’s first Hatsune Miku Bishoujo figure, the company has sold versions of the character before. More specifically, she has been a part of the company’s Frame Arms Girl line. (Just like Kojima Productions’ mascot!) The standard and Sakura variants are “Frame Music Girl” model kits that tend to run around $55 and can be put together with no glue necessary. (However, having some nippers around is recommended.)

The Bishoujo Remix Hatsune Miku figure is expected to be released in September 2020.

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