- She has trouble making friends?!
- Sena Kashiwazaki Statue from Media Factory's I Don't Have Many Friends.
- Display the barely clothed Sena with or without her removable necktie.
You wouldn't think that a girl that looked like this would have any trouble at all making friends, but apparently that's the case. Maybe you can help her out. From Media Factory's Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
(known in the U.S. as I Don't Have Many Friends),
comes this enticing Sena Kashiwazaki Statue. The first member of the Neighbor's Club brought to life, the arrogant video-game-playing Sena may not have many female friends, but she' bound to get your attention as she lays back with her feet pulled up, calmly eating a cherry. Based on the motif from the cover of the limited edition #6, the blonde girl is barely clothed, with her shirt completely open and her short skirt hiked up to her waist to reveal her white panties. The little details really make this an amazing statue, from Sena's beautiful blue eyes to the ruffles of her clothing, the matching blue butterfly on her knee, and the hair clip holding her long ponytail. But that's not all. The relaxing girl's necktie is removable so you can display her with or without it! This figure sits about 4 1/2-inches tall. Ages 18 and up.
I Don't Have Many Friends is a light-novel series adapted into both manga and anime. "Friends" tells the story of various unpopular students at St. Chronica's Academy who band together to form their own social club.