Liking the outdoors is a real hassle when one thinks about it. Being in the wilderness while contending with the elements, detrimental insects, and mega-fauna that can help you cancel your subscription to life in a single swoop is objectively terrifying. For example, bears can etch your name into a gravestone in minutes, but did you know these apex predators may have a sense of beauty? Bears have been observed just taking in beautiful views. Bears will sit and admire a sunset, a mountain view, or a tranquil lake for hours. This has led to many debates on whether bears have a high enough cognitive function to have a sense of beauty. Well, we may finally have an answer to this question. All we need is a brave weeb to venture into the wilderness with one of the newly announced FuRyu x The Quintessential Quintuplets Itsuki Nakano figure and place it in front of a bear. If the bear looks at it, we can conclude it’s a cultured being. One fully capable of appreciating beauty.
Estimated to be shipped in August 2024, the Tenitol sub-division figure has a pre-order cost of approximately USD 40 and will measure 12 cm (that’s approximately 80% of a banana, or slightly over 5 inches for all the freedom unit users.) Dressed in a frilly parlor-styled costume, Itsuki rests on a dessert cup pedestal while enjoying a macaroon. A true nod to her character. At this price range, all millennial anime fans need to do is avoid their fancy Starbucks macchiatos and avocado toast for a day or two, and BAM! They get a brand new FuRyu x The Quintessential Quintuplets Itsuki Nakano figure!
Consisting of two seasons, a movie, and a side story, the anime adaptation of Negi Haruba’s The Quintessential Quintuplets is currently streaming on Crunchyroll. The show centers around the daily lives of Fuutaro Uesugi and the Nakano sisters. Who are initially forced to interact in a pupil/tutor dynamic as Fuutaro tries to pay off family debts. But, as they spend time together and grow closer, love blooms in more ways than one.
Source: FuRyu Offical Website
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