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Touhou Project - Hinanai Tenshi - 1/8 (Amakuni, Hobby Japan)

Touhou Project - Hinanai Tenshi - 1/8 (Amakuni, Hobby Japan)
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Scale & Dimensions
1/8  H=240mm (9.36in, 1:1=1.92m)
Release date
08/31/2012 As Exclusive
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Hobby Japan monthly magazine March 2012 and April 2012 mail-in exclusive.

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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥9,980)

Pre Owned for ¥9,980
└ Check product page for item condition.
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
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klinchen (1 month ago) #24508115are you still looking for tenshi?
No. Thank you.
1 month ago
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are you still looking for tenshi?cuixinsheng1992 (1 year ago) #13906689look for a good price in Germany
1 month ago
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gekkouta (10 months ago) #16282751She oddly seems to have been built with a strong forward lean, which is why the base comes uneven. Even despite this, she still seems to lean forward heavily, I'm not sure if it's specific to my figure or all figures of this model. It's a real damn shame because it's a gorgeous figure aside from that, and I'm really scared about the lean becoming worse over time, I've started stacking papers under the front of the base to level out her standing posture, but still.
I think it's just your figure. I've had mine for a little longer than a year, and she's showing no signs of leaning. I have seen a few pictures of people with leaning Tenshi's but they were preowned.

On that note, here's a Tenshi (A/B) on Amiami going for 10,500 yen www.amiami.com/...
5 months ago
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SoresuMakashi (7 months ago) #18398661She's built with a bit of a forward lean, and she's a little top-heavy too. Can confirm that the leaning can get much worse *in bad conditions*. I moved to another city for the summer and forgot to box her up, came back to find her leaning heavily forward. Keep in mind that this is in an unventilated room in the Australian summer, where the temps hit 43C (110F) on multiple (sometimes consecutive) occasions. I've now taken her off the stand and have her leaning against the wall. Haven't tried to bend her back with heat yet.
I think if you live in a colder climate (let's say, less than 35C) you should be fine. I never noticed any problems with her before summer. She's a fragile figure overall but her uniqueness makes it worth it.

That's good to know, I live in Canada so heat warping shouldn't be a problem. I also have a small stack of papers underneath the front of her base to make her more upright in the hopes that it helps.
I agree that the quality of the figure overall more than makes up for an otherwise glaring flaw. Without the lean she'd be a 10/10, but she's still a 8/10 imo.
7 months ago
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gekkouta (10 months ago) #16282751She oddly seems to have been built with a strong forward lean, which is why the base comes uneven. Even despite this, she still seems to lean forward heavily, I'm not sure if it's specific to my figure or all figures of this model. It's a real damn shame because it's a gorgeous figure aside from that, and I'm really scared about the lean becoming worse over time, I've started stacking papers under the front of the base to level out her standing posture, but still.

She's built with a bit of a forward lean, and she's a little top-heavy too. Can confirm that the leaning can get much worse *in bad conditions*. I moved to another city for the summer and forgot to box her up, came back to find her leaning heavily forward. Keep in mind that this is in an unventilated room in the Australian summer, where the temps hit 43C (110F) on multiple (sometimes consecutive) occasions. I've now taken her off the stand and have her leaning against the wall. Haven't tried to bend her back with heat yet.

I think if you live in a colder climate (let's say, less than 35C) you should be fine. I never noticed any problems with her before summer. She's a fragile figure overall but her uniqueness makes it worth it.
7 months ago
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Lucidream (1 year ago) #6543148Does this figure lean? She shakes a lot and I'm not sure if the metal bar can support her that well. I've seen a few pictures of her leaning... I would really like to avoid that. Also her Base seems to not be completely flat either... I'm really worried.
If she does lean, how hard is it to fix her or how can I prevent it?


She oddly seems to have been built with a strong forward lean, which is why the base comes uneven. Even despite this, she still seems to lean forward heavily, I'm not sure if it's specific to my figure or all figures of this model. It's a real damn shame because it's a gorgeous figure aside from that, and I'm really scared about the lean becoming worse over time, I've started stacking papers under the front of the base to level out her standing posture, but still.
10 months ago
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look for a good price in Germany
1 year ago
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Anyone selling her in the US?
1 year ago
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