Final Pair of “Madoka Magica” x “Monogatari” Outfit-Swap Mini-Figures Previewed

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Japanese animation studio Shaft, Inc. is creating an art exhibition called “Madogatari” that combines two of their most popular anime properties: Puella Magi Madoka Magica and the Monogatari series. 


The event will be presented in:

  • Tokyo – November 27 to December 02, 2015
  • Osaka – December 22 to December 27, 2015
  • Sapporo – February 09 to February 14, 2016


Today, they updated their preview of the event’s collaboration with the ancillary merchandise and the third of three outfit-swap mini-figure pairs.


MADOGATARI Figure Set C  (Tomoe Mami & Hanekawa Tsubasa)

6.5cm~7.5cm  deformed set sells for 3,800yen

Shirts by Troupe Inukari, the team who did Madoka’s witch animation – 4,500yen each

Madoka Masking tape – 1,200yen


Monogatari masking tape – 1,200yen


Strawberry and soda flavored Kintaroame candy – 1000yen

Camembert cheese cake – 1000yen

Madoka purse – 1,800yen

Monogatari pouch – 1800yen

Madoka transit pass case – 1,200yen

Monogatari pass case – 1,200yen

Senjogahara Hitagi tote – 2000yen


Previously previewed…


Shinobu Oshino & Kyubey figFIX (like a figma, but set in an iconic position rather than poseable) for  4,200 yen 


6.5cm~7.5cm Akemi Homura and Hitagi Senjyogahara super deformed set sells for 3,800yen



MADOGATARI  Figure Set B  – (Madoka Kaname & Shinobu Oshino) – 6.5 – 7.5cm tall, 3,800 yen





Hajime Ueda T-shirt A 
(Senjogahara Hitagi) – 3000yen


Hajime Ueda T-shirt B 
(Shinobu Oshino) – 3000yen


Key Visual B2 posters – 1000yen


Key Visual B3 tapestry – 1500yen


Key Visual A4 Clear File – 400yen




MADOGATARI Exhibition clear file holder 
(with one clear file) – 1,200yen



Key Visual friction ball-point pen (3 colors) – 1,200yen






Key Visual memo – 600yen



Key Visual iPhone Case  – 2,500yen


Monogatari trading straps – 800yen


Kyoko tea mug – 2,000yen


buttons – 300yen each, 6,000yen set


cookies – 1,500yen


shopping bad – 1,000yen






Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain’t It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.