Max Factory is the company that produces figma models. Max Factory uses the Good Smile Company for distribution, which is why several model lines appear in both their and Good Smiles catalogs and many Max Factory models are listed as "Good Smile Company" instead of "Max Factory".


  • The Hatsune Miku 1/7 figurine is an upcoming figurine by Max Factory. This image is based in one of the Hiro Kanzaki's artworks.[1]
  • 1/7 scale Hatsune Miku TYPE 2020 figurine based around Miku's appearance in the 7th Dragon video game.[2]

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figma models come with several faces, hands and props that can be changed around. They are posable and figma's joints are held in high standard for their posing abilities, which fake figma models often fail to recreate. figmas are, however, fragile and good care needs to be taken when handling them. They are not a toy and are built purely for collecting.[3]

  • Was a model produced for the Figma series by Max Factory. It was released September 10, 2008 (limited pre-release on August 31, 2008) at a cost of 2,800 yen. It was poseable and came with two negi.[4]
  • From the series Lucky Star, this figure is the character Kagami Hiragii dressed as Hatsune Miku. It is not Miku herself. As it was based on Kagami's body and not Miku's the mold that this figure is made from is not the same as previous Hatsune Miku figma series models. This figure is a result of Kagami's cosplay moment on Lucky Star, the moment proved to be so popular with the audience that this figure was produced as a outcome of the fans reaction.
  • Released as the 100th figma model, this figure is of Miku's Append appearance from Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- 2nd. Two additional faces match previous Append references more closely, with one face matching the Append figure and a second with closed eyes matching Miku's Append boxart.
  • Third Figurine to the Cheerful JAPAN! This is similar to the Hatsune Miku figma made by Max Factory, but Miku comes with a smiling face, a singing face and a brand new support face designed to cheer everyone up, as well as other accessories similar to the Cheerful JAPAN! line.The sale of the figure is in aid of the Japan Earthquake in 2011 and 1000 yen will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross per sale. Sales details can be found on Good Smile Company
  • The Koi wa Sensou figma Miku was a prize figurine. Only 10 were produced, they were given to winners of a photo contest.[5]
  • The Orange Hatsune Miku version was given as a prize for a picture contest at Wonderhobby 2009.[6]
  • The Hatsune Miku chrome figma was also given at the Wonderhobby as a prize.[7]
  • Rin and Len were sold separately and as with other figma sets, came with additional props. Len came with a keyboard while Rin came with a microphone. The keytar Len is holding is a Yamaha KX5.
  • The Megurine Luka figure comes with microphone stand, and tuna, tuna has its own supporting stand. Extra faces and hands also included.
  • Live Stage Miku was originally previewed at the Wonder Festival 2009, this figma figure was produced by Max Factory. It had moving parts and came with alternative face and hands as well as several other props and a stand allowing the owner to choose a variety of different stage layouts.[8]
  • The KAITO Figma received high demand from fans and producers alike, it was released on September 27, 2013



Guides: Identifying counterfeit productsEdit

Below is a list of guides on how to identify fake figures:


  1. Hatsune Miku 1/7 hsp ver. -
  2. link
  3. [1] Vocaloidism - figma Hatsune Miku
  4. [2] Vocaloidism - figma Hatsune Miku
  5. Love is War figma -
  6. Hatsune Miku Orange Figma -
  7. Hatsune Miku Chrome Figma -
  8. [3] Vocaloidism - Previews – GSC And Max Factory’s Hatsune Miku Summer Exclusives For Wonder Festival 2009


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