This is a completed and painted, fixed-pose figure.
The iconic Tower of the Sun sculpture, originally designed by Taro Okamoto and created as the emblem of the 1970 Japan World Exposition, has come to symbolize Japan's high-growth period during that time, and is still in place in Osaka. This 1/350-scale version is carefully sculpted with the soft vinyl body given a slightly rough texture, and the golden face representing the future injection-molded and gold-plated. It's 22cm tall, making it the perfect size to display in your collection. Order it today and add a touch of modern Japanese design to your lineup!
- [Figure Size]: Approximately 22cm tall
- [Materials]: PVC, ABS