- Cinnamoroll / Kuromi / My Melody / Pom Pom Purin / Sanrio
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Japanese mascot giant Sanrio is known for their adorable characters, most notably Hello Kitty and perhaps most recently worldwide Aggretsuko, are mostly characterized by their cute outward appearance, but we rarely get an opportunity to see what's really underneath (well, aside from Aggretsuko's inner metal rage). Until now!
Mega House's "KAITAI FANTASY Sanrio Characters" is an expansion of their KAITAI FANTASY series, which is a lineup of figures that allows you to "dissect" characters so you can see their skeletons and innards, like an anatomical model. That means you can now see the unusually shaped skeletons and even inner organs of popular Sanrio mascots.
Pom Pom Purin
This is actually the second iteration of the series. The first showed us both the skeleton and muscles of Hello Kitty and My Melody.
The figures are available from Mega House and wherever Mega House figures are sold in Japan, each priced at 850 yen.