Six Paths Sage Mode high spec figure of ‘Naruto’ is out

2015.12.20 <PASH! PLUS+>

Also on Display at Jump Festa 2016

© Masashi Kishimoto, Scott/SHUESHIA – TV TOKYO – PIERROT

     Here comes Naruto Uzumaki! The lead character of TV anime Naruto Shippuden will appear in upscale figure form as a part of the G.E.M. Series, Premium Bandai’s high quality series which are popular among women.

     The main attraction is that the 3 dimensional Naruto Uzumaki figure is in Six Paths Sage Mode after having acquired the ultimate Six Paths Jutsu. While in his ultimate Six Paths Sage Mode, his truth seeking balls floating behind him, his Staff of Six Paths held in both hands, the design on the back of his orange haori and his cross shaped pupils are all reproduced in beautiful detail.



     Not only that, adjustable parts for changing Naruto’s facial expressions are also included. Enjoy Naruto biting down on the kunai from Minato, his father!

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     What’s more, the colored prototype figure will be on display at Jump Festa 2016’s MegaHouse Booth on December 19 and December 20, 2015. Go attend the Festa and discover Naruto in all his glory!


G.E.M. Series NARUTO-Shippuden Six Sage Paths Mode Figure

Price:12,528 yen (incl. tax and shipping)(Processing fee not included)

Intended Audience:Ages 15 and up
Set Includes:1 Finished Colored Figure、Switchable Facial Expression Parts、Display Stand
Size:1/8 Scale(Height: 215mm )
Available From:Premium Bandai; Bandai’s Official Online Shop, et al
Advance Orders :Available from December 18 (Fri), 2015 at 1pm (While Supplies Last)
Expected Delivery: Late June 2016

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