Tsume Art Hashirama Senju HQS

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Hashirama Senju is the first Hokage, and, with Madara Uchiha, the co-founder of Konoha, the hidden village of the leaf. Unable to agree on how to carry out their ideals of peace, the two ninjas end up fighting in a historic battle.

Our new HQS is inspired by a memorable scene of this fight. It represents Hashirama in Sage mode invoking a Wood Golem with the technique of the Wood Release: Wood Human Technique ( "Mokuton - Mokujin no Jutsu"). Both feet firmly planted on the head of Golem, Hashirama makes the symbol of the snake with his hands. The combined effect of the wind and the release of his chakra raises his hair. His face is marked with the effects of the Sage mode.

The work of sculpture and painting highlights the realistic wooden textures and the armor of Hashirama.
Finally, a LED lighting system brings life to the eyes of the Golem and the dragon on his shoulder.

It is an imposing and finely made statue in line with our last Naruto HQS.

The sale of this product is limited to one piece per person. We reserve the right to cancel an order in case of multiple orders for the same recipient.

 
Data sheet
Manufacturer: Tsume Art
Estimated Release: Q2 2017
Limited Edition 2000 pieces worldwide
Scale 1/8
Height 44.8 cm
Length 48.5 cm
Width 39.4 cm
Weight 13 kg approx.
Sculptor Muhammet Ay & Christophe Sperto
Painter Guillaume Hémery & Mickael Gros
Supervisor Cyril Marchiol

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