WE STILL DON’T KNOW THE NAME OF THE FLOWER WE SAW THAT DAY ~ MEIKO HONMA “MENMA” ANI*STATUE
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Sculpted by Hirotoshi Nakamura
Meiko stands 7 ½ inches tall 1/8 scale on a special display base.
Fulfill your wish to get this statue before she disappears!
© ANOHANA PROJECT
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Kotobukiya is proud to present the first Ani*Statue from Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai (“We Still Don’t Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day”)! Also known as “AnoHana” for short, the series focuses on a group of childhood friends who reconnect after many years to deal with the death of one of its members, now a ghost. The poor girl who died is MEIKO HONMA “MENMA” and despite her condition she retains her lively spirit and positive attitude. Wearing an adorable white sundress Meiko skips along, balancing on one foot with her arms spread out wide. Barefoot and unencumbered, the ghost girl perfectly captures the delicate blend of Meiko’s older appearance with her child-like charm and character. Happy and carefree, Meiko has a big smile on her cute face and despite being a ghost she’s fully visible. Sculpted by Hirotoshi Nakamura, Meiko stands 7 ½ inches tall (1/8 scale) on a special display base. Fulfill your wish to get this statue before she disappears!
|Release Date||July 2011|