The International Tokyo Toy Show 2013 took place last weekend and we went down to take a gander at the various toys that they had on display. Unlike the Wonfes, TAF or ACE, the Tokyo Toy Show is largely mainstream toys aimed at the younger audience.
We take a lookie at goodies by Bandai, Takara Tomy, Sega Toys, Bushiroad, Lego, Happinet, Fisher Price, Line, Nintendo (Pokemon), Nerf and more.
First up - life-size Precure figures. How many of you fancy having these around your garden?
Heading to the Tokyo Big Site East Hall 1-4.
An area set aside for wheeling n dealing.
Up n coming toy products by Takara Tomy Marketing.
Megatron from "Transformers : Dark of The Moon".
Loadsa pokemon plushie up for grabs.
Terebi de Pokemon Getto! Poké Ball - for those aspiring to become a pokemon master.
Even more goodies at the pokemon corner.
Protect your family with Nerf.
Mr. Potato Head is turning Japanese.
Some of the Pretty Rhythm girls in action below.
Hatsune Miku X Licca-chan.
More 1/6 scale dolls.
Huge plarail diorama.
Hot Toy's Tony Stark Workshop Version 1/6 scale figure.
Variant Play Arts "DC Comics" Batman by Square Enix.
Morinaga & Company's booth with a load of noms.
Tis officially approved by Japan's Self Defense Force too.
The new Mutant Ninja Turtles will begin airing in Japan next spring. How many of you have seen the original anime?
Bushiroad have the rights to My Little Pony in Japan - I hear the series is popular among American adults? Is it horses having hanky panky?
Huge lego crafts of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader at the Lego booth.
More Star Wars Lego goodies.
Evangelion jigsaw puzzle in many different shapes and sizes.
3D puzzle of famous architectures by Heart Art Collection.
Spongebob Squarepants instrument and plushies.
All kinds of R/C cars and helicopters.
Gintama, Naruto, One Piece and Precure mini-posters.
Shingeki no Jigsaw Puzzle.
Now entering the Bandai booth.
Soft vinyl kaiju figures.
Life-size Monsters, Inc.
HG build Gunplas on display.
Smart pants for your smart phones...
Wide assortment of Peko-chan goodies at the Fujiya booth.
Exhibitors from outside Japan also gathered for the event - many being OEM.
Zuttomo Candy-ful Nail - DIY nail art kit for kids.
I've always thought that Sylvanian Families were cute but never ended getting any ^^;
As Tokyo Toy Show is targeted for younger audiences, products like baby strollers were also on display.
Fisher Price also had a booth.
Hello-kitty stuff for the wee lads.
Anpanman face bread at the Anpanman Garden booth.
The Sega Toys booth.
Jewelpod Diamond Premium - a smart phone toy for the young girls.
Anpanman inspired bento boxes.