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Enmusubi no Youko-chan - Yaya Tushan - 1/8 (Emontoys)Enmusubi no Youko-chan - Yaya Tushan - 1/8 (Emontoys)

Enmusubi no Youko-chan - Yaya Tushan - 1/8 (Emontoys)
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Character
Materials
Scale & Dimensions
1/8  H=280mm (10.92in, 1:1=2.24m)
Release date
07/13/2018 As Standard
Price
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0pt
In stock @ Neokyo
Today, 26326 yen on Amazon Japan.
Buy through Neokyo: neokyo.com/sear...
¥250 order fee, 45 free storage days.
0pt
In stock @ Solaris Japan

Brand New for ¥0
└ Packed with recycled materials ♻
Pre Owned for ¥0
└ Check product page for item condition.
1pt
It could just be no one added her yet, and she's just waiting for you to do it?
4 months ago
1pt
Free_Phi Meta-Sentient Cyber-Imp
joshs1331 (4 months ago) #39870785Big in Japan has a Roro listed for sale from the same company but I can't find it on here. www.biginjap.co...

Yeah, she's on Hobby Search too ( [url=]www.1999.co.jp/...[/url] ), and I came here to see if there was some Japanese connection to this one that doesn't apply to the Tushan Rongrong figure (which is really cute, by the way). Is there some MFC policy reason these two would be treated differently?
4 months ago
1pt
Big in Japan has a Roro listed for sale from the same company but I can't find it on here. www.biginjap.co...
4 months ago
1pt
She arrived with that gourd part broken off (talisman too) and paint transfer all over the hand. :(

Hopefully AmiAmi can do something for that...
5 months ago
1pt
=.=# Honestly EmonToys should better optimise the way they pack their figures. Her box is freakin' tall, and needlessly. The way they packed it, it would have been better off if the base was permanently fixed to Yaya.

O.K, now for the figure, she looks AWESOME, but truly, only from certain angles, particularly from an angle with her right eye starring at the camera. The camera being slightly below her eye level. Perhaps that was the intent.I suppose its that "looking down on you" regal aura and it works well.

But sadly in typical EmonToys style, NOTHING is detachable, no ecchi factor (perhaps the Chinese censors dont allow?), which is a shame, not even the fur is removable, its glued on to Yaya TT_TT.
Oh well atleast the pantsu is on the outside. ^^

Cant complain much, I had my eyes set on Yaya and Oubu ever since I watched their anime and only EmonToys delivered, now only if they made Xuan Tang from Cupid's Chocolate.....hehe.
5 months ago
1pt
arrived today, absolutely love her. <3
5 months ago
1pt
Free_Phi (5 months ago) #37850798Unfortunately, that's a trend across manufacturers. Sculpts are getting more and more ambitious, but the relatively subtle details of natural skin tones and blushing paint apps are being largely de-prioritized, if not skipped entirely. This trend is joined even by Alter and GSC (and sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who notices). My No. 1 complaint with new figures nowadays tends to be the ho-hum skin finishes. Even on the otherwise-spectacular Perfume Tripper ( ITEM #501857 ), a clear contender for Fig of the Year 2018, the skin shading falls far short of the prototype, as well as Alter's historical achievements.
Perhaps this is a topic for a different discussion, but suffice it to say Emontoys is not alone in that regard, even if this figure is IMO an pretty extreme offender.


IMO Megahouse is the top company right now for skin shading/shading overall. I have their BB line and the shading techniques they used on the skin make the figures seem so realistic. Really, in all their Gals lines shading is very apparent and done well
5 months ago
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Free_Phi Meta-Sentient Cyber-Imp
BlueRain (5 months ago) #37849926That is their style. They do beautiful sculpts and bases but use minimum shading.

Unfortunately, that's a trend across manufacturers. Sculpts are getting more and more ambitious, but the relatively subtle details of natural skin tones and blushing paint apps are being largely de-prioritized, if not skipped entirely. This trend is joined even by Alter and GSC (and sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who notices). My No. 1 complaint with new figures nowadays tends to be the ho-hum skin finishes. Even on the otherwise-spectacular Perfume Tripper ( ITEM #501857 ), a clear contender for Fig of the Year 2018, the skin shading falls far short of the prototype, as well as Alter's historical achievements.
Perhaps this is a topic for a different discussion, but suffice it to say Emontoys is not alone in that regard, even if this figure is IMO an pretty extreme offender.
5 months ago
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