Review | Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

There were so many Tamaki Kousaka figures/statues out there on the market and I’m proud to say that I’ve seen them all. From all the different figure renditions of her character, only the Max Factory version caught my attention. The figure sculpt was just incredible. The paint work specially the skin tones was very well done. Her face was just… perfect. Its all perfect down to its tiniest details, even the finger nails were sculpted perfectly.

Some a bit conservative collectors said that her “boobs” was too big. :)) Who would complain with that anyway? =)) >:)

To Heart (トゥハート, Tu Hāto?) is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Leaf and released on May 23, 1997 for the PC. It was later ported to the PlayStation and given voice acting. A second PC version, titled To Heart PSE was released containing the PlayStation version as well as bonus games. To Heart PSE and the PlayStation version had the adult scenes removed. To Heart is Leaf’s fifth game, and the third and final title in the Leaf Visual Novel Series along with Shizuku and Kizuato. The gameplay in To Heart follows a plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the eight female main characters.

Tamaki Kousaka of To Heart

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Skin tones are painted realistically

Look at those dainty hands… (Not the boobs you perverts!)

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Ooohh, dust…

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Max Factory: Tamaki Kousaka

Figure Info

  • Character: Kousaka Tamaki
  • Release Date: May 2010
  • Origin: To Heart 2
  • Maker: Max Factory
  • Artist(s): ELIOTT (Sculptor)
  • Version: Original / Normal
  • Scale: 1/6

Srp ¥8,800

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Nico Cardenas is the creative mind behind Otakumouse. He loves everything Japan particularly the country's "otaku" subculture. He's a gamer, figure collector, and a hobby photographer. He currently works as a full time Designer based in Manila, Philippines. Learn more about Nico

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