Check out this Project Mirai Nendoroid playset

8:00 PM on 04.25.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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Also spotted on Mikatan's blog today was a gallery showing off the latest spotlighted Nendoroid of the past, Hatsune Miku ... but the real surprise was the playset Miku was photographed in. It's a playset of the room from the (sugary sweet) opening of the recently released 3DS title Hatsune Miku and Future Starts: project mirai. Given that Miku and co. are in their Nendoroid forms in the title, it makes sense that the playset is Nendoroid-sized, complete with all the accessories you see in the opening. It's also worth noting that the entire thing was 3-D printed, and it looks pretty good, if you ask me!

The sad news? This is a one-off piece and there aren't plans to produce it at the moment. But you can check it out at the Akibahara GSC Cafe, which is where it's currently being displayed. Would you buy this if it were an actual playset, Mikupop members?

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