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The Quintessential Quintuplets Nino Nendoroid Has 2 Hairstyles

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Another one of The Quinessential Quintuplets is getting a Nendoroid, and this time it’s the second-oldest sister Nino Nakano. Her figure will be out in December 2021 in Japan for ¥5,200 and January 2021 for $51.99 in North America. Most notably, she comes with long and short hair options.

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As people familiar with The Quintessential Quintuplets might know, Nino cuts her hair as part of a major plot point in the series. The Nendoroid lets people reflect that with two different hairstyle options. She can wear her hair long, as she does when the series begins, or much shorter in a bob. Nino has three face plates, with one standard one, one sarcastic plate, and one shy expression. She does only have one accessory to hold, however. All you also get with her is her cell phone.

Here’s a better look at The Quintessential Quintuplets Nino Nendoroid.

She’s the last of the sisters to get a figure. All four of her siblings already were turned into Nendoroids. So people could already pick up Ichika, Miku, Yotsuba, and Itsuki.

The Quintessential Quintuplets Nino Nendoroid will appear in Japan in December 2021 and North America in January 2021. Pre-orders are open for her until June 16, 2021. The The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬: Summer Memories Come in Fives! PS4 and Switch game is available in Japan.

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