A sneak peek at how Sakura Miku Nendos are made

Jan 11 // Brian Szabelski
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Time to go on a field trip to the factory!

I always enjoy some behind the scenes peeks at how figures are made, and today, we're looking at one from the Good Smile Company Shinsotsu Blog. They traveled to China to check out production of a few upcoming figures, including the little Nendoroid Sakura Miku. We get a few peeks of her head, a glance at what the box might look like, and a little bit more.

Check out the gallery for a few shots of Sakura Miku in production, and those of you who got her should expect delivery starting in March. As long as there are no delays, of course ...

[GSC Shinsotsu Blog, via Nendonesia]

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