Gift debuts new UtaPuri plushies

Mar 27 // Yami Casas

What's better than one bishounen plushie? Two bishounen plushies!

The popular otome game turned anime Uta no Prince-sama is getting ready to return for its second season this coming spring, and to celebrate Gift is offering another chance to add Otoya Ittoki and Tokiya Ichinose to your plush collection.

This time around the two boys are wearing the princely type outfits featured in the PSP game - Uta no Prince-sama Debut. While Otoya's smile is certainly working its magic on me, I can't help, but turn all my attention to my favorite idol, Tokiya. That frown on his face just makes me want to give him a hug. So cute!

If you've been captivated by those adorable expressions as well, each will retail for ¥3,000 with a planned June release. It goes without saying; I am extremely delighted with the new Debut plushie series. Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for the next two boys to be announced, which I reckon would probably be Ren Jinguuji and Masato Hijirikawa. That is of course if Gift follows the same release pattern as the previous series. Regardless, I have already pre-ordered the pair. What about you, Tomocchi's? Do any of these prince's strike your fancy?

[ Pre-order Otoya at HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan ]

[ Pre-order Tokiya at HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan ]

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