Yoshika Miyafuji arrived (without her pants) from a US seller through Amazon. Now, I’m no expert, but have collected enough figma figures to have a feel for their level of quality. This Yoshika figure is not there. She has some paint flaws and her "spinal joint" was locked up when she arrived, but with some TLC, most of these can be overcome or overlooked. I was able to unlock up her spine ("figma chiropractic"?) so she can bend. I have yet not tried all the faces, hands, and accessories, but will be careful when I do.
I realize the Good Smile Company released their figma Yoshika some time ago and the "real" ones have probably long since sold out, and that expecting to buy one now for a reasonable price is too good to be true, but I took my chance. I am not going to name the seller, because I was aware of what I was getting into.
For my photos, I think this Yoshika, whether real or bootleg, will do fine. Besides, how could your resist that kind of sincerity?
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