Gojo Satoru, Jujutsu Kaisen, “F:Nex” 1/7 Scale “Mappa Showcase” (FuRyu) [Figure Review]

Is this the best Gojo Satoru scale figure out right now? Let’s see.

Unboxing / Assembly / Review

Figure Review

Gojou Satoru info

I bought Gojo Satoru here

Otaku Sinh’s collection



  • Ordered on 04/01/2022
  • Invoiced & Paid on 04/02/2022
  • Shipped on 04/05/2022
  • Arrived 04/07/2022


F:Nex Gojo Satoru: 26180 yen = $208.62
DHL (100 box) Shipping: 4636 yen = $36.39
Total w/ Yen: 30816 yen = $245.59

Actual Paid (Blockfi Credit Card) = $253.44

Assembly & Packing

This figure comes in 2 pieces: the base and the figure itself. The packing and everything to secure the figure in place is pretty “industry standard.” You have 2 plastic pieces that holds the parts in place with shrink wrap. The hair is left exposed, so there isn’t any wrap covering the head On the sides of the packaging, it is scotch taped.

On the throne where the figure sits on, has an indentation for his buttocks to be placed on.



When it comes to the prototype pictures and pose, it gets an A+. The appeal of this figure is very clear and represents the subtle confidence that exudes Satoru. His nonchalant attitude with the way he is sitting contrasts nicely with the passive-aggressive look of his face. Using his seductive pretty blue eyes is definitely an enamoring aspect that unquestionably lures in the female audience.

For a guy that’s interpreting this pose, it undoubtedly looks like he’s about ready to lay the smack down on some evil curses—maybe even some special grades. This is a very good representation of the character and the added throne is just a bonus.


The paint job itself is pretty solid with a few noticeable errors on the top right and left of the throne base. There is a dirty smudge area on the inside right side of his thigh. This is something you most likely wouldn’t noticed if you have him displayed. You’d have to specifically look for it to notice it.

Biggest Concerns

The 2 main concerns are the face sculpting of his nose and the lining around the base.

I’ve seen some pictures and a few people complaining about the lining of the base. In my honest opinion, it really isn’t that big of a deal. It doesn’t take anything significant away from the overall presentation of the figure.

By far, my biggest issue with this figure is the face and specifically the nose. Looking at the prototype pictures, the blindfolds that Satoru pulls down, covers his nose. It looks like the figure I got leaves his nose a bit more exposed. When looking directly at the figure’s face, it just seems a bit too pointy. When looking at his face at closer to a 90 degree angle, for a lack of a better analogy, his nose seems to protrude like pinocchio. No matter how many times I try to get the perfect angle, it just doesn’t quite sit well with me. If you are debating on whether or not to get this figure, then the nose to me would be the determining factor.



I’m definitely intrigued by the reseller value of these figures one or 2 years from now. There will be more Gojo scale figures and probably some nice licensed resins that come out in the future. I can see this figure catching on “hot in demand” or just lose all steam because there is or will be so many good options of Gojo out there. This is something I would l love to revisit in a year or 2.

F:Nex vs the Competition

If you guys want to check out the figure review regarding the “Shibuya Scramble Figure” version of Gojo Satoru, then check it out here.

All in all, “Mappa Showcase” version has its own unique design that I think has more of an appeal to the female consumer than the “Shibuya Scramble Figure”and the other “F:Nex” one. Now that all 3 figures are out, I think all 3 seem pretty true to their prototypes. What it really comes down to the “Mappa Showcase” one is 100% the face. Funny thing is that the “Shibuya Scramble Figure” has a good accurate face, but people may not like his goofy expression. Both face oriented, but for different reasons.

I think all 3 bring something different to the table, seeing how different their poses are given the expressions & sculpting of the face. If you were to ask me which one I would recommend without any context, I would say the “Shibuya Scramble Figure” one. If you are still interested in the “Mappa Showcase” one, I would say, “yes, if you like the face.”




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