Here is my 200+ pic report on the toy offerings from around 50 toy makers from Japan, England, China, the USA, and beyond. They brought goods made from sofubi, resin, keshi gomu, and other materials. For the pics, the booths are arranged alphabetically.
|Spectacular clear Silver Kamen with paper inserts, pipe cleaners, and light spray. The quality of clear toys these days is fantastic.|
|Another new Hong Kong seller. I like the creativity and infusion of fresh ideas with some of the new offerings we're seeing. But, like with many other indie toys. the cost will block out most collectors. These were sold by lottery.|
|The person at the booth told me the pagoda can be expanded to make it taller. Very cool.|
|These beautiful prints are made on canvas.|
|Cool 8 bit Street Fighter T-shirts!|
|Nice selection of detailed keshi figures|
|Painted by Luke. Sold by lottery. As I stood there. so many people got tickets that they ran out and had to make more!|
|More fantastic canvas prints. I like this trend!|
|Shikaruna does everything well, including their packaging.|
|Amazing quality on this sofubi Robby the Robot. The upper part is made of super clear vinyl. The bits on the ears are metal.|
|Toys by Henry Anderson III|
|Toys Street is another new seller from Hong Kong.|
|Consortium of sellers from Hong Kong.|
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