Good Smile Company is going to release the Nendoroid co-de Hatsune Miku ( 初音ミク ) Red Feather Community Chest Movement 70th Anniversary Commemoration Co-de ( 赤い羽根共同募金運動 創設70年記念コーデ ) action figure from the popular singing synthesizer application “Vocaloid 2” ( ボーカロイド2). Will be released in October 2016. Around 100mm tall, 3,241 yen.

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This product is available for preorder at the GOODSMILE ONLINE SHOP. Preorders will be open from 10th May 2016 (Tue) from 12:00JST until 8th June 2016 (Wed) at 21:00JST.

Please see the GOODSMILE ONLINE SHOP page for information regarding shipping and shipping costs: GOODSMILE ONLINE SHOP Product Page.

The bonus will be sent at the time your product is ready to ship. Designs shown here is for illustrative purposes only. The final product may differ.

——Description from Manufacturer——

Supporting one another for a better future.

A Hatsune Miku Nendoroid Co-de figure made in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Red Feather Community Chest Movement. She holds a red feather in her hands with an gentle smile on her face and wings on her back creating a truly angelic Miku to add to your collection.

* This product also includes a rubber strap. (see below for details)

For each figure sold, Crypton Future Media and Good Smile Company
will donate ¥300 to the Red Feather Community Chest Movement.

■Red Feather Community Chest Movement x piapro Joint Project (Japanese)
http://piapro.jp/pages/official_collabo/akaihane16/

■Red Feather Community Chest Movement Official Site (Japanese)
http://www.akaihane-hokkaido.jp/

What is Nendoroid Co-de?

Nendoroid Co-de is a new addition to the Nendoroid series based on the theme of dressing-up characters! The figures have fixed poses and each come with four parts – the head, upper garment, lower garment and shoes. Each of these parts can be swapped between characters allowing for all sorts of possibilities. The more you collect, the more dress-up options become available to you!

The name ‘Co-de’ comes from the Japanese pronunciation of the word ‘coordinate’, as in clothes coordination.