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Torrance, CA, September 27, 2007Yamato is kicking off next year with a bang, starting with the first figure in its latest line: PROJECT DYNAMITE #001:  IKKITOUSEN – Kanu, 1/5.  PROJECT DYNAMITE will prove to be explosive with massively scaled figures, rich in every detail.  And the first piece of the popular Kanu from fan favourite IkkiTousen (a.k.a. Battle Vixens) is no exception.


Yamato is pleased to introduce its latest product line for which there is only one word to describe:  DYNAMITE.  And Yamato's first PROJECT DYNAMITE is explosive -- a massive 1/5 scale PVC statue of the popular Kanu Unchou from fan favorite IkkiTousen (a.k.a. Battle Vixens).  Sculpted by the talented TOUSHIROU (Cobra-kai), this chained and shackled beauty leaves nothing, and everything to the imagination.  Window boxed, this first run of Yamato's PROJECT DYNAMITE #001:  IKKITOUSEN - Kanu Unchou features special parts -- the arm and staff of Kanu's captor, the monk Choukou.  These pieces can be used to recreate the scene from Ikkitousen, Vol. 12 upon which this piece is based.  A historic must have collector's item available January / February 2008.

Yamato USA and its distribution partners are now accepting retailer pre-orders for PROJECT DYNAMITE #001:  IKKITOUSEN – Kanu Unchou, 1/5 now through October 10th.  For more information on these and Yamato’s other fine products, please visit Yamato USA’s website at


Yamato USA is the wholly owned subsidiary of Yamato Co., Ltd with headquarters in the otaku capitol of the world, the Akihabara district of Tokyo, Japan.  For over six years, Yamato USA has proudly served the North and South American hobby/collector markets with a wide offering of miniature collectible figures, PVC and die-cast action figures, as well as poly-resin and PVC statues inspired by the hottest titles in Japanese anime, manga, and video game properties.  Yamato’s original lines of product include: Story! Image! Figure! collectible miniatures and trading figures; Story! Image! Figure! EX PVC statues; a tribute to the leading ladies of Capcom, the Capcom Girls Collection; and Yamato’s newest lines, Creators’ Labo, highlighting the talents of the leading artists and sculptors working in Japan, and Project Dynamite.  Nor to be overlooked are Yamato’s Scopedog and Garland engineering marvels from Armored Trooper Votoms and Megazone 23, as well as its tribute to the giant robots of Japanese animation, the GN-U. The most impressive collectibles you will ever own!

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Posted 27 September, 2007 - 10:08 by JoshB