Kotobukiya female statues

Kotobukiya Bishoujo statues of females from Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (from left to right: Jaycee, Lili, Asuka and Christie).

Kotobukiya is a model kit manufacturing company created in 1947, originally as a toy store for dolls. They made their first venture into the model kit business in 1983 with the Armanent series, and sold their very first licensed kit (King Godzilla) in 1985.[1]

Bishoujo Statues

Kotobukiya Bishoujo Statues are statues sculpted and styled by artist Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima). The statues are of fictional female characters in various media such as anime, comics books, video games, ect.

In the case of Tekken, there were statues of almost all of the female fighters from Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - even including returning females from the first Tekken Tag such as Jun Kazama, Michelle Chang and Kunimitsu and even to new Tekken Revolution character, Eliza. Few male character statues were made, though. They are officially licensed by Namco and are currently being sold as merchandise on sites such as eBay and Amazon.

Bishoujo List



  1. ^ About Kotobuyika

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