Goku, Krillin, and Master Roshi are now hand-painted, hand-carved, and full of style.
Like the previously-announced “One 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.
Son Goku’s doll has his signature staff and hair poking from outside of the doll’s base.
Krillin has his trademark smug look eternally hand-carved and painted on his face.
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).