For those lived in the era of Street Fighters II would likely to the 2D versus fighting game Samurai Spirits / Showdown at video arcade, by game maker SNK. The eastern regions of the global would be familiar with the game as Samurai Spirits and in western context, it's better known as Samurai Showdown. The nice part of this game is that at some point, the weapon of the character could be disarmed and certain death scenes The Japanese has this sigma of using white for good character and mecha as white relates a lot to light. Like Ryu in Street Fighters, the main hero of Samurai Spirit is also attired in white.
Haohmuru was introduced in the original Samurai Showdown in 1993 and since then has appeared in every title of the series. His character origin was based around the famed swordsman, Miyamoto Musashi, a duelist who claimed to have never been defeated. It's easier to find Street Fighters figures but for Samurai Spirits figures its really rather rare. Epoch and Cworks had produced some of Samurai Spirits figures that fairly nice. I would say this head sculpt of Haohmuru looks a bit more haggard. Figure stands sturdily around 8" with interchangeable parts like hands to holding katana and wine jar (sling over the shoulder) Limited articulation to the figure so practically no action pose beside so minor twists. I would say it's a nice figure in overall to have as a memorabilia of the game.