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J-List Has Opened Pre-Orders for 1/7 Scale Figure of Miyako Shirakawa

J-List has opened pre-orders for a 1/7 scale figure of Miyako Shirakawa, from A Sister’s All You Need.

Today, we have a figure of Miyako Shirakawa, manufactured by Kotobukiya. This cutie is a character from the anime Imouto sae Ireba Ii (A Sister’s All You Need). She’s noticeably upset by someone who has walked in on her getting undressed, and her priceless expression has been captured brilliantly by the sculptor, Sho Kojima.

While there’s nothing overtly lewd about this figure, we get a nice ecchi tease in her state of partial undress. The way her panties peek out from her unbuttoned skirt and the manner in which her cute butt pokes out the back is just enough to make your imagination run wild. This is not to take away from her exposed underboob. If her shirt was lifted any higher, those things would surely pop free.


From the popular imouto anime series, Imouto sae Ireba Ii or A Sister’s All You Need, comes this fantastic new figure of Miyako Shirakawa. She is in the middle of undressing and it looks like someone caught her. We love her embarrassed look and her dress that shows off underboob, legs and a slight peek of her ass. Another great figure courtesy of Kotobukiya.

The 1/7 scale Miyako Shirakawa figure stands 16cm (6.3in) in height. She’s currently available for pre-order on J-List for $170, on top of a 10% pre-order discount. She is scheduled to release in June 2018.

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