The well-known " Tokai Teio " is a cheerful and vivacious horse girl who appears in Uma Musume Pretty Derby.
A 1/7th scale figure of Tokai Teio has been announced for sale!
The official website of Amiami, a major hobby retailer, has announced that Kotobukiya will be releasing a 1/7th scale figure of the "Uma Musume Pretty Derby", a dream come true! Tokai Teio 1/7 Scale PVC Figure is open for reservation now!
You can get the charming "Teio" just as he was illustrated in the original game!
The figure will be released in December 2022!
From "Uma Musume Pretty Derby," "Dreams are meant to be held up! Tokai Teio" has been sculpted as a 1/7th scale figure!
The figure is based on the illustration on the support card that appears in the game, and is approximately 262mm in height, including the pedestal, with a detailed expression, a ponytail that moves, and even the outfit she wears to win the game!
The trophy on Tokai Teio's stand is also made to look luxurious, and every detail of this 1/7th scale figure of "Tokai Teio" is a must-see!
Uma Musume Pretty Derby: Dreams are meant to be raised! The 1/7th scale figure of Tokai Teioh is priced at 19,250 yen (including tax) and will be released in December 2022.
Pre-orders are now available at the Amiami online store, so be sure to pre-order if you want to be sure to get your hands on one!
For more information about the product, please check the Amiami Online Shop product page!
|Uma Musume Pretty Derby: Dreams are meant to be raised! Tokai Teio 1/7 Scale PVC Figure|
|Release Date||December 2022 (scheduled)|
|Reference Price||19,250 yen (including tax)|
|Size||Height: approx. 262mm (including stand)|
She is a cheerful and vivacious horse girl with outstanding sense and talent.
She is a horse girl with a bright and cheerful personality, and aspires to race because of her admiration for the student council president, Emperor Simbolldorf.
She is an innocent and confident person who never doubts that she will be the best, and her uninhibitedness is loved by everyone.
Her unique soft gait is called "Teiostep.