This be a two reviews in one, as each of them are pretty basic.
This time its its a Hasegawa 1/12 scale office desk set and a three student desk set. Do note that these are similar to model kits so basically they all needed to be assemble and (optionally) paint.
First off, the office desk set.
The chair however does not have working wheels (as they’re too small to start with). Using runners of gray and black, it does have reasonable details that of the original.
The desk however is totally made from the gray runner and… as you can see, it’s very… office-like.
Or the lack of thereof. While the desk might had looked to have drawers, but they’re just for show, really. Then again, it’s too small to be of any use, even for figma-sized items.
This is a separate kit from the office desk, but it does give you runners for three desk and chairs.
It’s your bock-standard school desk and chair, you could paint some of the bits to make it more… less of a drab.
Here is a comparison shot between the Hasegawa desk on the left and the one from Max Factory on the right, taken from the adult Mikuru figma.
As you can see, both of them are not exactly the same size, as the one from Max Factory had taken some liberties for the scale.
Both have the same features such as the bag hook and the cavity for the books.
Again, some liberties had been taken on Max Factory side.
However, the sets are somewhat in-scale to figma figures.
Since Mikuru wears a mini-skirt, careful positioning had to be taken care off.
Due to it’s assemble-yourself nature, the part that joins the base and the chair is very weak. Nothing like a dab of Mr. Cement to fix things up.
The student chair on the other hand is pretty sturdy.
What a rather precarious pose there.
Okay, now we need is students.
As you can see, things can get quite chaotic.