Nendoroid Marina Matoba and Kamaishi Mana are Available for Pre-Order

Nendoroid Marina Matoba and Kamaishi Mana

Another pair of Nendoroids from the TOMYTEC‘s Tetsudou Musume series have been announced, and the first one is Nendoroid Kamaishi Mana. Here are her official description:

The third Tetsudou Musume Nendoroid is Sanriku Railway’s Station Assistant, Mana Kamaishi!
From ‘Tetsudou Musume’ comes a Nendoroid of Mana Kamaishi, the station assistant from Sanriku Railways! She can be posed in a variety of poses including her standard smiling pose and a dizzy pose! The Sanriku Railway’s mascot character ‘Santetsu-kun’ is also included, which she can hold to advertise for the company! Be sure to display her with the previously announced Nendoroid Alice Kuji to have the two Sanriku Railway characters working together!

As with the previous figures in the series, she also includes a ‘cardboard box train’ which she can wear to pretend to be a train by herself, or instead she can make use of the included rope to share the fun with other characters in the series as well!

Nendoroid Kamaishi Mana is priced at 3885 Yen and scheduled for February 2014 release.

… and announced alongside Mana is Nendoroid Marina Matoba.

The forth Tetsudou Musume Nendoroid is Hiroshima Electric Railway’s Matoba Marina!
From ‘Tetsudou Musume’ comes a Nendoroid of Matoba Marina, the train driver from Hiroshima Electric Railway! She can be posed in a variety of poses including her confident standard pose as well as a cheerful pose as she munches her favorite treat, the momiji manjuu! Be sure to display her with the previously announced Nendoroid Miyuki Takano to have the two Hiroshima Electric Railway characters working together!

As with the previous figures in the series, she also includes a ‘cardboard box train’ which she can wear to pretend to be a train by herself, or instead she can make use of the included rope to share the fun with other characters in the series as well!

Similar to the Mana, Nendoroid Marina Matoba is priced at 3885 Yen and scheduled for February 2014 release.

Well, what do you think, Nendonesian? Are you collecting these lovely Nendoroids from Tetsudou Musume too?

via GSC (link #1, link #2)

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