From Dragon Ball to Digimon to Gundam to Saint Seiya, Bandai Namco’s Tamashii Nations line of collectible toys has been producing dreams for collectors for ten years. What better way to celebrate ten years than to hold a giant exhibit?
The Tamashii Nations event is being held at the Akihabara UDX and Belle Salle buildings from December 1 to 3.
The entrance houses official limited-edition Cospatio costumes for Sailor Moon‘s Sailor Chibi Moon, Fate/stay night‘s Saber, and a green warrior from Kamen Rider.
Charlotte Pudding and Sanji (Whole Cake Island Ver.) from One Piece.
The Straw Hat crew members in their 20th anniversary versions.
A Reiju Figuarts Zero figure.
Shanks -Soverign Haki- figure from One Piece.
The Trafalgar Law -Gamma Knife- figure from One Piece.
The Sabo -Fire Fist- figure from One Piece.
SHF Figuarts Son Goku from Dragon Ball Z.
The main warriors from KiraKira Pretty Cure A La Mode become S.H. Figuarts figures.
Aquarius Hyōga from Saint Seiya.
Pegasus Seiya from Saint Seiya.
Wyvern Rhadamanthys from Saint Seiya.
Griffon Minos from Saint Seiya.
Garuda Aiacos from Saint Seiya.
13th Gold Saint (Original Color Edition) from Saint Seiya.
Goddess Athena from Saint Seiya.
A memorial set of two figures celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Saint Seiya: Shinku no Shonen Densetsu film.
Cammy and Rashid from Street Fighter.
Gouki and Ryu from Street Fighter.
Chun-li and Rainbow Mika from Street Fighter.
Kamen Rider Cross-Z, Machine Builder, Kamen Rider Build Rabbittank Form, and Night Rogue from the Kamen Rider franchise.
Kamen Rider Build Rabbittank Form and Blood Stalk from the Kamen Rider franchise.
Takeshi Hongo and the New Cyclone from Kamen Rider.
Various Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202 models.
Moriyuki and Akira from Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202.
Yamato Armor Moriyuki from Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202.
(Side AB) Sirbine, (Side AB) Zwarth, and (Side AB) Bellvine from Aura Battler Dunbine.
EVA-01 TV ver., EVA-02 TV ver., and EVA-00 TV ver. from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
The Ghost Gundam figure.
The RX-78NT-1 Gundam NT-1 ver. A.N.I.M.E. from the Gundam franchise.
Techroid Blader and Techroid Scanny from Techno Police 21C.
GX-74 Getter1 D.C. from Getter Robo.
Mazinger Z from the Mazinger franchise.
Figures from Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, the source material for the American show Power Rangers.
The YF-29 Durandal Valkyrie (Saotome Alto Custom) figure from Macross Frontier.
The evolving WarGreymon figure from Digimon.
The evolving Metalgarurumon figure from Digimon.
The exhibit also has a series of figures arranged (colored, positioned, etc) by famous figures in Japan’s entertainment industry:
Voice Actor Ryotaro Okiayu‘s Saint Seiya customization. He chose two different color patterns for the figure.
Voice actor Ryohei Kimura‘s custom color for a Gundam unit.
Female comedian duo Okazu Club decided the new color for this Mazinger Z figure.
Comedian Hiroyuki Miyasako customized this Mazinger Z so it would look like it had been stolen by the forces of evil.
Singer Ichiro Mizuki formerly of JAM PROJECT chose a very bright color scheme for his Mazinger Z robot.
Wrestler Hiroshi Tanahashi puts himself next to Rider Kabuto from Kamen Rider.
Actress Rio Uchida, who played the heroine in Kamen Rider Drive, customized a ride of her own.
Actor Tetsuya Iwanaga, who stars in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, made a very… creative display of Kamen Riders