Appropriately, Small Worlds is officially calling it the Evangelion Test Type Human-Scale Figure. Made with an FRP shell over a steel frame, the figure/statue, with base, has a height of 210 centimeters (six feet, 10.7 inches)
It also weighs about 100 kilograms (220 pounds)
But if you want all the options, they’ll cost extra. Specifically, shelling out another 800,000 yen gets you the umbilical cable and light effects (glowing red eyes) seen in the above photos, with the full-spec Unit-01 thus costing 3.4 million yen (US$31,775).
Shipping and installation are calculated separately.
On the low end, you’ll be paying 116,000 yen (US$1,080) for shipping and 30,000 yen (US$280) for installation if you live in Tokyo or the surrounding Kanto region of Japan, meaning that at the very least, the fully optioned Human-Scale Eva will set you back 3,546,000 yen (US$33,140). Shipping and installation gets more expensive the farther away from Kanto you live, with shipping going all the way up to 329,000 yen and installation 390,720 yen (suggesting that the buyer is footing the bill for the installation crew’s travel expenses), for a maximum price of 4,119,720 yen (US$38,500).
Tokyo recently saw the grand opening of Small Worlds, a new miniature-themed museum/indoor amusement park that recreates not only the real world, but also the settings of two landmark anime in miniature form. One of those is Sailor Moon, and the other is Evangelion.
The Evangelion sector is divided into both Cage and Tokyo-III zones.
Source: PR Times, Small Worlds via IT Media via soranews