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Kotobukiya Yotsubato! Danbo Plastic Model Kit


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  • A Kotobukiya Japanese import
  • Based on the hit manga series
  • Recreates Miura Hayasaka's cardboard robot costume
  • Stands just under 5" tall
  • Includes 3 miniature yen coins that can be inserted into the coin slot on Danbo's chest
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Kotobukiya Yotsubato! Danbo Plastic Model Kit + Kotobukiya Danbo "Yotsubato" Plastic Model Kit + Revoltech Danboard Mini Yotsuba&! Action Figure Amazon.co.jp Box Version
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007RWIPB0
  • Item model number: MAR121692
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #252,877 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese Import! From the hit manga series Yotsubato!, depicting the everyday adventures of the titular character, comes the popular costume worn by Miura Hayasaka, DANBO! Standing just under 5 inches tall, the cardboard robot also includes three miniature 10 yen coins which can be inserted into the coin slot on Danbo's chest.

Product Description

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese Import! From the hit manga series Yotsubato!, depicting the everyday adventures of the titutlar charaction, comes the popular costume worn by Miura Hayasaka, DANBO! Standing just under 5 inches tall, the cardboard robot also includes three miniature 10 yen coins which can be inserted into the coin slot on Danbo's chest.

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MAJOR EDIT: I guess I spoke too soon.
J.
I have buythis danbo 3 week ago, bit when I open it and gather it I found it is a bad quality, the arms keep falling, if I moved it every thing will came off.
Mousa Al Shikhi
The eyes don't light up, and instead you have to change out the eyes with a different color.
Pen Name

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 16, 2013
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The product is good don't get me wrong. I got this as a gift for my girlfriend and she absolutely loved it. The only thing I found a little deceptive was that the picture of the product shows the donbo with the guns, they fail to mention that they are not included. That is why this product gets 3 stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. on March 6, 2014
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Danbo is the cardboard costume of Miura, one of Yotsuba's friends from the manga "Yotsubato!" It's a great kit, but there are some things worth noting:

I'm a more experienced builder, so I paint my model kits, and I know that Danbo needs a lot of painting. The brown plastic parts that make up Danbo don't look like cardboard at all, so you should paint Danbo a matte brown, or at least spray some matte top coat over him. The part on its chest (where coins go) also needs to be painted silver. Also, lastly, some pictures online show Danbo with weapons; these weapons don't come with the kit, and are Frame Arms MSG parts which you have to order separately.

If you don't like building kits, there are lots of Danbo toys and figures that you can find. I personally prefer this kit version because of the improved articulation and the challenge that comes with putting it together and making it look good.

MAJOR EDIT: I guess I spoke too soon. While posing Danbo, the flap at the bottom of its torso broke off, along with a small chunk of the torso. I took a look and it's because of a shallow and exposed connection between the torso and the flap. Kotobukiya made a major design flaw with the kit, which a larger company like Bandai wouldn't have made.

I also looked at the parts order form, and I could ask a friend in Japan to obtain replacement parts for me. Unfortunately, I can't order just two parts; I need to order two whole separate runners. That's about $10, while I bought this kit for $20. It's really not worth it.

Bottom line: Don't buy this kit. Just buy a Danbo figure or toy, since those would be less susceptible to breaking. I now have a $20 broken model kit that would cost half its price to replace two parts. I'm glad I didn't apply the waterslide decals; I might just apply the decals on the Danbo figure I'll instead buy.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on August 4, 2013
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The model is made from a cheap looking plastic and requires you to assemble it yourself. It took me about an hour to put everything together, and it wasn't very sturdy. The arms popped out when you moved them even a little and the rest of the body wasn't too sturdy either. The eyes don't light up, and instead you have to change out the eyes with a different color. The instructions were in Japanese as well which made it more difficult. If you're looking for something to take photos of or play with, buy the Amazon mini version instead.
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By Mousa Al Shikhi on June 26, 2014
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I have buythis danbo 3 week ago, bit when I open it and gather it I found it is a bad quality, the arms keep falling, if I moved it every thing will came off.
and it is not like the pic.
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