From Kotobukiya. The next beautiful Ani*Statue from Kotobukiya comes from Unbreakable Machine-Doll, a Japanese light novel series (written by Reijii Kaito and illustrated by Ruroo) that's seen successful adaptations into manga and a recent anime. The story revolves around student puppeteers in an alternate 1900s world where "Machinart" blends technology and magic to give life to automatons... like the main character's machine doll YAYA! By all outward signs a real girl, Raishin's automaton is captured in a highly dynamic Ani*Statue presentation as she falls through the air and appears to hover above a complex gear-themed base. Yaya wears a beautiful outfit consisting of heavy boots, stockings, and a detailed flowing and pleated dress that whips around her as she falls backward, with ribbons and sleeves floating around her with tremendous sculptural detail. The artificial girl even manages a very cute expression on her face, giving you an embarrassed smile as her long hair joins the motion of her clothing in mid-fall. Sculpted by Hideaki Kiyohara, Yaya reaches nearly 7 inches tall at the highest point of her left foot and is in perfect 1/8 scale. An incredible Ani*Statue, this automaton with her intricate, heart-themed gear base is the perfect addition to your collection!