A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The hit new line of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 bishoujo statues continues! With its thrilling martial arts action, the Tekken series of video games from Namco has been a huge hit with players since the original arcade game in 1994. In the games, fighters compete in the King of Iron Fist tournament for control of the Mishima Zaibatsu Corporation, using their unique talents against their opponents. Next up after Christie Monteiro and Alisa Bosconovich is the Japanese fighter who first fought in the fifth tournament, Asuka Kazama! A firm believer in the power of justice, the beautiful combatant is presented here based on a new interpretation of the character by master Japanese illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
Standing triumphant after a hard-fought match, Asuka offers a saucy salute to her fallen foe. The Japanese fighter leans forward with her legs spread wide for balance, one hand at her waist with the other at her forehead. The buxom beauty wears a blue and white combo uniform with the jacket stripped off and hanging down behind her, exposing her tiny cleavage-baring top. The rest of Asuka’s hot outfit consists of a belt and matching padded boots and gloves, leaving very little to the imagination. Her costume features great sculpting details like the multitude of zippers, seams, and reinforced pads while her beautiful bishoujo-inspired face winks at you from under her fringe of short brown hair.
Standing 9 ½ inches tall (1/7 scale) on a special display base, Asuka was sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima), the same artist who crafted Alisa and Christie before her. All three Tekken Tag Tournament 2 bishoujo statues look great displayed together!