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SHINING HEARTS ~ HAYANE SWIMSUIT VER. ANI*STATUE

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SKU
PP463
$69.99

Sculpted by Kouei Matsumoto, Hayane

Stands approximately 9 inches tall (1/7th scale) on her sandy display base.

She’s a great addition to the Shining Hearts line and a perfect display companion to the previous Urayuki Hime version!

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A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! From Shining Hearts, the most recent release in the “Shining” series, comes a sexy new version of the icy warrior with mysterious knowledge of Rhone’s past: HAYANE SWIMSUIT VER.! Based on original character designs by famed artist Tony Taka, this beauty trades in her formal fighting outfits for a hot black bikini that belies her nickname of “Ice Princess.” The two piece swimsuit is adorned with cute white ruffles on the top and long tied strings on the bottoms. Hayane also wears a matching black hair band that’s tied in a bow as well! The master of Ice Jiujitsu stands on the beach, her legs crossed to emphasize the perfect lines of her long legs. Twisting to the right at the waist, Hayane flips her luxurious hair off of her shoulder while stunning you with her amazing smile. Her right hand is open, and it fits perfectly with two optional accessories; she can wear a brief black swimsuit skirt with a tie that fits in her hand or carry a long icy katana! Sculpted by Kouei Matsumoto, Hayane stands approximately 9 inches tall (1/7th scale) on her sandy display base. She’s a great addition to the Shining Hearts line and a perfect display companion to the previous Urayuki Hime version!
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SKUPP463
Scale1/7
MaterialPVC, ABS
SeriesShining Hearts
UPC603259026786
Release DateApril 2011