WE STILL DON’T KNOW THE NAME OF THE FLOWER WE SAW THAT DAY ~ NARUKO ANJO ANI*STATUE
Naruko stands over 8 inches tall (1/8 scale)
Special display base.
The perfect companion to the previously released Meiko.
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Koto’s series of Ani*Statues 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”) continues after Meiko with NARUKO ANJO! The series, known as “AnoHana” for short, 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. A sensitive young woman with strong feelings for Jinta and conflicted emotions concerning the ghost of Meiko, Naruko appears here more carefree, smiling and wearing a pretty dress. The detail on her is fantastic, from her large soulful eyes to the frills and folds on her dress and the gentle way her bright red hair falls past her shoulders. Naruko is captured in a cute pose, leaning forward slightly while hitching up the front of her dress with her left hand. Her right hand extends behind her, holding a removable panda mug.
Naruko stands over 8 inches tall (1/8 scale) on a special display base. She’s the perfect companion to the previously released Meiko, and more AnoHana statues are on their way!
Available in JULY
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|Release Date||July 2012|