Gintama's Kagura is ready to set Yoshiwara into flames

Jan 10 // Yami Casas

Have some sukonbu

Fans of the hit series Gintama have a lot to be celebrating. Not only is the anime resuming with an all new story arc, but finally, the second member of Yorozuya Gin-chan is ready for pre-order. The feisty 'China Girl,' Kagura is ready to join the boys of the G.E.M. series.

Ditching her traditional red cheongsam garb the lovely heroine is wearing the beautiful red kimono she wore during the "Yoshiwara Enjo Arc" (one of my personal favorite). Kagura may be posed with or without her purple umbrella, along with two different expressions: a happy-go-lucky smile and serious battle face, which leaves little doubt of her Yato bloodline. You may also choose to display her with two different hair styles; in a pined bun or her usual "ox horns" covered with the black and gold ornaments. While I love the details on the kimono, particularly the obi I can't help, but notice how short the kimono is compared to the anime/manga counterpart. Regardless, Kagura-chan is a welcome addition to the G.E.M. series.

Kagura will be available this July with a retail price of ¥7,200. So, Tomo-cchi's anyone thinking of adding this lovely lady to their collection?

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | Big in Japan | Anime-Island ]

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