March 11th saw the semi-annual Miyazawa Mokei “Spring Business Assistance Sale” take place, where many of the major figure makers gathered to show off new items they’ll be releasing in the coming year to vendors and members of the press. Several new items were announced this time around that are of interest, and we’ve gathered them here:

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Happinet’s Chouhi Entoku PVC

  • Source: Ikkitousen
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  • Notes: Happinet’s Sugar Mint Complex Ikkitousen series #2, following Kanu

Nendoroid Itoshiki Nozomu-sensei

  • Source: Sayonara Zetsubou-sensei
  • Release: Summer 2008
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Bandai Metamo swimsuit ver. Haruna Sairenji, Lala Satalin Deviluke

  • Source: To Love-Ru
  • Release: July 2008
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  • Notes: costumes change color based on temperature; poses taken from To Love-Ru manga vol. 8

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Clayz’s Kotonomiya Yuki PVC

  • Source: Suigetsu
  • Release: July 2008
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  • Sculptor: Miyakawa Takeshi
  • Price: 7,140 yen
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Movic’s Ikaruga Ayame PVC

  • Source: Asu no Yoichi!
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  • Notes: Asu no Yoichi! is a manga serialized in Monthly Shounen Champion

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Solid Theater’s Himomizugi no Onna no Ko PVC (string swimsuit girl)

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Solid Theater’s Aya (Yamashita Shunya face part ver.)

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Solid Theater’s [ERO] Fetizen (clothes changing ver.) PVC

  • Source: Original?
  • Release: August 2008
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  • Sculptor: Azusa Rei (Gundoll)
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  • Notes: no clue on the source of this, though Moeyo comments that she looks POPish. Is “fetizen” a combination of “fetish” and “citizen”?

That just about wraps up the new items on display at the event (other than ones announced there that have subsequently gone up for preorder, which will be covered in another post). One mystery remains from Moeyo’s coverage, however – I’d bet a small sum that this comely posterior belongs to this Kanu kit we saw at Wonder Festival, which would mean she’s scheduled for some sort of wide release. We’ll be watching closely for further news on this or any other figures we may have missed from the Miyazawa exhibition.