In what has fast become a Wonder Festival tradition since the show's move to Chiba, one of the aircraft hanger sized sections is largely devoted to exhibitions by larger companies like Kotobukiya, Revoltech, and the Good Smile Company. It's also the hanger with live concerts (photos strictly prohibited), but I haven't got my idol dance moves down yet, so I don't spend much time in that corner.
The displays are a major draw, making it tough to get good photos unless you want to spend hours in the section jostling for position. KK's focus of course is on indie toys, but I did manage to squeeze in a few minutes running from pavilion to pavilion to check out the figures and snap some pics.
Capsule Q Museum:
Full guide to Kaiju Korner's Winter Wonder Festival 2013 coverage:
Indie toys: Click here
Interview with Mark Nagata: Click here
Interview with Todd Robertson: Click here
Garage kits and other toys: Click here
Big company toy displays: Click here
Other sights: Click here