With Rent-a-Girlfriend season 2 quickly approaching, there appear to be a bunch of new new events for the series. One such event is the series’ recent lottery, in which you can win a date with the series’ heroine, Chizuru Mizuhara!
You read that correctly: a date with Chizuru Mizuhara. A life-size figure of the character, to be precise. We’ll go over all the juicy details of this weird occasion and what a date with Mizuhara involves right now!
The Chizuru Mizuhara figure, which stands at 5’3 and was originally constructed to celebrate the series’ 200th chapter, is now available for one lucky fan to take out on a date! This is not only a life-size figure, but it is also an exact replica of Reiji Miyajima’s original artwork, right down to the custom-made clothing!
“This life-size figure is 162.5 cm tall,” according to Kodansha’s press. ‘A really gorgeous girl that everyone will remember’ has been entirely restored, complete with lovely long hair, white complexion, long legs, and exceptional style! And, unlike other figures, this ‘Life-Size Chizuru Mizuhara’ is dressed in real attire! The outfits are fashioned specifically for Mizuhara’s out-of-this-world figure.”
This announcement comes only days after Reiji Miyajima, the mangaka of Rent-a-Girlfriend, claimed that Mizuhara is his “girlfriend.” He also reveals that he has been drawing his new “girlfriend” in a variety of 3D scenarios. More information about this intriguing development may be found right here!
Life Size Mizuhara Chizuru Figure from"Rent-a-Girlfriend".— Anime News And Facts (@AniNewsAndFacts) June 23, 2022
One lucky lottery winner will get the opportunity to take a picture with the figure; Not for sale pic.twitter.com/rQocUuEncf
Weekly Shonen Magazine will run the lottery, and the winner will be allowed to take date photos with the figure at a nearby amusement park. On the day of the date, the park is entirely booked, leaving only the lottery winner and his date, Mizuhara.
To compete for a date with this figure, you’ll need the entry tickets included with issues 30 and 31 of Weekly Shonen Magazine.