Kabuki, the traditional Japanese theatre form, makes its figma debut! Kabuki, the traditional Japanese theatre form and Important Intangible Cultural Property, has been recreated in figma form. From the popular 1747 kabuki play Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura comes a vibrant and dynamic figma of Kitsune Tadanobu, the fox spirit that took on the appearance of Sato Tadanobu in the play's fourth act. The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of kabuki poses. His eyes are articulated, allowing you to recreate his expression while in a "mie" pose that kabuki theatre is known for. A tsuzumi drum is included along with sword parts original to the figma. An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken. Measures roughly 6-inches tall.