A high school girl in the image of the Japan Self-Defence Force!
From TOMYTEC's "LittleArmory" 1/12th scale weapon model series comes a figma of one of the series characters - the Asagiri High School student, Ena Toyosaki!
- The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of different scenes.
- A flexible plastic is used in specific areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
- She makes use of drawer joints in her shoulders allowing her to easily wield weapons from the Little Armory series.
- A plastic model runner kit for a 1/12th scale Japanese Howa Type 89 "Folding Stock" is included.
- A 9mm pistol, a weapon that is yet to join the Little Armory series, is also included.
- She comes with both a standard expression and a battle expression for combat scenes.
- The magazine holder, skirt and ribbon are all painted with the unique camouflage pattern of the JSDF.
- The background sheet of the figure's packaging includes a papercraft design to create some combat rations.
- The package includes an original illustration by illustrator Haruaki Fuyuno.
- An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
- Who is the Little Armory's Ena Toyosaki? -
Ena Toyosaki is one of the characters seen on the Little Armory packaging, illustrated by Haruaki Fuyuno. She is a student at Asagiri National High School, and is aiming to become a Japanese Self-Defense Force official through military training.
Product Name: figma Ena Toyosaki
Series: Little Armory
Price¥6,900 (Before Tax)
Release Date: 2019/02
Specifications: Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 130mm in height. Includes a "Little Armory" Japanese Howa Type 89 5.56mm Folding Stock Runner Kit (PS).
Cooperation: Max Factory
Released by: TOMYTEC
Distributed by: Good Smile Company
- Please note that images shown may differ from the final product.
- Paintwork is done partially by hand and therefore final products may vary.
- Images shown here may differ from the final product.