Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi

Here’s the very cute 1/8th scale figure of Takatsuki Yayoi from the popular anime series, The Idolmaster (アイドルマスター Aidorumasutā, officially stylized as THE iDOLM@STER). I really like the figure specially Yayoi’s cheerful aura and her very vibrant colors! Currently slated November 2014 for ¥7,389.

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi (1)

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi (2)

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi (3)

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi (4)

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi (5)

Preview | Phat Company: Takatsuki Yayoi

Figure Info

  • Character: Takatsuki Yayoi
  • Release Date: November 2014
  • Origin: The Idolmaster
  • Brand: Phat Company
  • Artist(s): Mazaki Yuusuke (Sculptor)
  • Version: Original / Normal
  • Scale: 1/8
  • Price: ¥7,389

Character Info

Yayoi is a bright and cheerful girl who cares for her family very much. Due to her father's unstable occupational status her family is quite poor, as indicated Yayoi's plain clothing, which she had for a very long time. To earn extra money, Yayoi often does cleaning and other odd jobs around 765 Production Building, and continues to do so even after she debuts as an idol. She is endlessly energetic, however, and never the weight of the world to discourage her. Yayoi is the oldest of six siblings and always has to be the one who looks after them, but also wishes she had an "older brother" type around to look after her. She has a friendly relationship with Iori Minase.

Series Info

The Idolmaster (アイドルマスター Aidorumasutā, officially stylized as THE iDOLM@STER) is a Japanese raising simulation and rhythm video game series created by Namco Bandai Games (formerly Namco). The series primarily centers on the career of a producer who works with a group of prospective pop idols at the talent agency 765 Production. Originally released as an arcade game in 2005, the franchise has grown to numerous ports, sequels and spin-offs across multiple video game consoles, including three social network games. The series includes a variety of other media such as anime, printed media, audio dramas and radio shows. Each installment of The Idolmaster has seen different levels of success, though the games and related media have earned over 10 billion yen as of 2013.

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