Nendoroid Petits from Ikoku Meiro Showed Up in JAPAN EXPO

Nendoroid Petit Yune (2), Claude, and Alice

Nendoroid Petit Yune (2), Claude, and Alice

GSC’s trip to attend JAPAN EXPO at France results in yet another new Petit set, which came from a slice-of-life themed manga/anime titled La Croisée dans un labyrinthe étranger (a.k.a Ikoku Meiro no Croisée). Nendoroid Petit Yune, Claude Claudel, and Alice Blanche are being diplayed in the exhibition.

The original artwork

The original artwork

I don’t know whether GSC is doing it on purpose or not, but the series itself has a French culture theme. The story follows a girl named Yune who ends up alone in the lower-class neighborhoods of Paris in the last half of the 19th century. She ends up working at a shopping district with a boy named Claude. The anime adaptation is scheduled for broadcast on July 3.

Well, what do you think, Nendonesian?

(Thanks for news tip, Shiddo! … and thanks for the name correction, munnydunny! ^^)

Via KxanChibis, MFC, and AnimeNewsNetwork

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5 comments on “Nendoroid Petits from Ikoku Meiro Showed Up in JAPAN EXPO

  1. Nosgoroth says:

    GSC, I see what you did there.

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