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Goku, Krillin, and Master Roshi are now hand-painted, hand-carved, and full of style.

Like the previously-announcedOne Piece Kokeshi” dolls, the “Dragon Ball Kokeshi” dolls are produced by Usaburo Kokeshi, a company based in Japan’s Gunma Prefecture that specializes in making kokeshi dolls out of wood. The company has been active since 1950.

One Piece Turned into Adorable Traditional Japanese Dolls

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Son Goku’s doll has his signature staff and hair poking from outside of the doll’s base.


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Krillin has his trademark smug look eternally hand-carved and painted on his face.


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Master Roshi has his turtle shell on his back, and has his nifty sunglasses on his face.


Pre-orders are being accepted now and the dolls are expected to be delivered to customers sometime in late October. Each doll will cost 4,200 yen (about USD $40).

Dragon Ball Super is streaming on Daisuki, FUNimation, and Crunchyroll and is airing on Cartoon Network’s Toonami with an English dub.

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