Take Photo of Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai and Win a Ticket to Japan

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Danny Choo of Culture Japan has announced the details surrounding his campaign for Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai.

Basically, you will need to:

  1. Snap a pic of your unboxed Mirai
  2. Post it to your Facebook or Twitter (or both)
  3. Copy the link to your photo and paste it to the comment section at the campaign post page

Danny will randomly choose one lucky winner and announce it on his Facebook and Twitter after the campaign ends.

Note that you have to actually pre-order the Nendoroid before September 18th, 2012 and you have to prove it when you are chosen as the winner.

The campaign itself will be running until March 3rd, 11:59PM JST, so you have about a week to participate.

Visit Culture Japan at the source link below for further details about this contest.

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Even More Photos of Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai Spotted as She is Available for Pre-Order

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai photo collage

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai photo collage

Danny Choo has posted a batch of photos from the upcoming Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai. These new photos show a lot of close-up photos on the parts and accessories that is going to come along with Mirai.

As we have known, Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai will come with three expression: one standard face based on the Shirahane Nao’s illustration as well as two smiling expressions based on Moekana illustration by Ikkyuu.

She will also bring along some extras: a Japanese flag, 50+ Nendoroid-sized Moekana cards, Mirai-chan’s sidekick Retrokyu (including its own stand), and even a miniature itasha featuring Iizuki Tasuku’s illustration of Mirai on the bonnet. Wow, that’s a lot of stuff there. XD

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Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai and Akaza Akari are Available for Pre-Order

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai of Culture Japan has been available for pre-order since yesterday. Here is her official description:

A Nendoroid of Culture Japan’s mascot character!
Mirai Suenaga, the mascot character from the Culture Japan TV show and main character of the original story ‘Mirai Millennium’ is joining the Nendoroid series! Her standard expression is based on Nao Shirahane’s illustration of Mirai, but she also comes two different smiling expressions based on illustrations from the Moekana cards illustrated by Ikkyuu.

A variety of extras are also included to display together with Mirai, including a Japanese flag, Nendoroid-sized Moekana card, Mirai-chan’s sidekick Retrokyu and even a miniature itasha featuring Tasuku Iizuki’s illustration of Mirai on the bonnet.

A miniature pack of the original 50 Moekana cards plus six brand new cards are also included, so you can continue to improve your hiragana as well!

She is scheduled for December release and priced at 4000 Yen.

Nendoroid Akaza Akari

Nendoroid Akaza Akari

Meanwhile Nendoroid Akaza Akari, the invisible main character of Yuru Yuri is also ready for reservation starting yesterday.

I’m Akari Akaza, the main character of the show!
From the popular anime series ‘YuruYuri♪♪’ comes a Nendoroid of the kind and gentle Akari Akaza, who is always trying to get noticed as a main character.

Akari is wearing her Nanamori Middle School uniform and comes with a number of parts that help you recreate popular scenes from the show, such as the opening scene at the beginning of the first season, the rather embarrassing scene where Akari first introduces herself and even the kiss scene where something rather important is taken from her. Her hair buns can also be taken off, and together with the included effect parts you can recreate the ‘Hair Bazooka’ scene!

She is also scheduled for December release, with the usual price tag of 3500 Yen.

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Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai is Previewed by Mikatan

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

The popular mascot of Danny Choo‘s famous TV show Culture Japan has finally got her Nendoroid version completed as she underwent the usual preview photo session by Mikatan today.

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai brings along three cute expression, all of which are featuring an adorable smile! However, she has many more fun parts and accessories to play with, such as:

  • Her sidekick, Retrokyu, who also brings its own stand
  • A Japanese flag
  • A Nendoroid-sized itasha with Mirai theme
  • 50+ 1/8 scale Moekana cards (printed in a sheet to be cut out)

You can see a few pics of her after the break.

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Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai’s Moekana Expression is Spotted (Updated)

Cute expression indeed XD

Cute expression indeed XD

Yep, a photo of Culture Japan‘s mascot Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai has been spotted in her own Facebook fanpage yesterday. Aside from the adorable Moekana expression, she was also seen with the Nendo-itasha and her sidekick Retrokyu.

Update: Another teaser from Danny Choo is the banner for Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai. XD

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Closer Look at Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

If you who have been anticipating Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai, then you should be excited to see her debut along with her sidekick Retrokyu on the Summer WonFes 2012.

In case that was not enough, you can now see this cute Nendoroid viewed from various angles as Danny Choo has just posted a bunch of her photos which he took on the day of the event.

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Partial View of Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai is Posted by Danny Choo

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai

We are just a few hours away from the highly anticipated Summer WonFes 2012, and Danny Choo has revealed the lower body view of Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai as a warm-up post for the event.

The photo was posted in his Facebook page just now, along with the following short caption:

Danny Choo
To be fully revealed at the Wonder Festival tomorrow.

Well, her braided hair is cute and the pose is adorable. I cannot wait to see the full figure tomorrow – I can imagine that her expression will be super lovely as well!

What do you think, Nendonesian?

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