Even good things come to an end, don’t they? Let’s wrap this one with this last part of my photo review of last week’s GSC 15th kinenbi.
Various playsets/dioramas were also displayed and sold during the exhibit.
Like this Classroom Set A&B.
The Washitsu Set.
If there’s a Washitsu set, there should also be a Yoshitsu set.
A restaurant set inspired by the anime Working! .
The famous Kongou bust was also there. It actually looks creepy upon closer look haha.
GSC has also produced the submarine I-401 from Aoki Hagane Arpeggio.
Some more scale figures below!
There’s also an exhibit for the cuter nendo petites! Let’s have a look, shall we?
The exhibit also featured the dolls of Thunderbolt Fantasy.
A closer look at the dolls.
And future releases as well!
No one missed this special Miku corner which showcased all Miku-related nendoroid releases.
A separate corner for this Miku nendoroid was displayed beside it. What makes it special, you might ask?
It’s a Miku which can respond to sound by moving and singing! It was hard to capture in video since I had to wait for “Hajimete no Oto”, its cue music, to play. You can skip on the later part of this video to see Miku move.
With a little over 20% of my phone battery remaining, I took some interesting nendoroid displays hanging around the exhibit entrance/exit hall.