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(C) Hiromu Arakawa / FA Project
Material: ABS & PVC & Metal (clothes are cloth)
Overall height: Approximately 25cm
The photos shown may differ slightly from the actual product.
Publisher: threezero
From the anime ?gFULLMETAL ALCHEMIST?h, ?gEdward Elric?h is three-dimensionalized on a 1/6 scale! The movable figure is about 25cm in height and the cloth is made of cloth. The face part comes with a normal face and an angry face, and the hair part comes with normal bangs and moving bangs. In addition, a bag, an automatic mail blade, a pocket watch, and various interchangeable wrist parts that can reproduce various scenes are also included. [Accessories] Coat, jacket, vest, belt, trousers, boots, bag, automatic mail blade, pocket watch, hair parts x 2 types (normal bangs, moving bangs), replaceable face parts x 2 types (Normal face, angry face), various interchangeable wrist parts (bare hand left fist, automale right fist, bare hand jointed pose left hand, automale jointed pose right hand, pair of gloves open hand, weapon Automale right hand for holding, left hand with pose glove, left hand with bare hand pose, right hand with auto pose with pose) (from Amazon.co.jp)
Model Number:- 5

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Greetings to everyone in the world from Akihabara, Japan!
I'm Tatsuya Yamamori, the manager of the Japan Anime Market (also known as JAM).
Everyone calls me Yamachan.

Thank you for visiting JAM (the Japan Anime Market).

JAM (the Japan Anime Market) was established with the goal of introducing the latest information and merchandise of anime and manga to fans around the world. It is based in Akihabara, Tokyo, the mecca of anime and manga otaku.

As a Japanese, I have always loved Japanese anime and manga since I was a kid. I loved the Robot Chogokin series such as Mazinger Z and Grendizer, and toys such as Kamen Rider and Ultraman, comics such as Captain Tsubasa and Dokaben, and the list goes on.
But since I couldn't afford the toys and comics with my pocket money at the time, I dreamt of being able to buy as much anime and manga goods as I could when I grew up.

When I was young, my dad would take me to Akihabara whenever I was on holiday. (Though, at that time, it was a district of electronic parts rather than anime merchandise. )

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