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“The word gashapon is made up of two sounds: "gacha" for the turning of a crank on a toy vending machine, and "pon" for the sound of the toy capsule dropping into the receptacle.”
“On another note, I stumbled upon a YuYu Hakusho (entitled Ghostfighter when it was shown in our local TV) gashapon in a toy store!”
“Bandai HG DBZ Dragonball Z figure gashapon part 17 x7 b”
“Dragon Ball Dragonball HG gashapon figure 21 set of 6 B”
“Below: A close up of the beetle gashapon (click on the image to view to view at full size).”
“While gashapon (capsule toys) of beetles are far from uncommon, I noticed this series of dung rolling beetle miniatures utilizes the capsule as a replica of a dung ball (click on the image above to view the vending machine at full size).”
“That makes it incredibly tempting, even for myself on occasion, to try and dream up a pop-cultural Grand Unification Theory that ties Jomon era Dogu pottery to gashapon or whatever.”
“And speaking of collecting, I found another line of anatomical toys, this time in the gashapon machines: Visible Animals!”
“Gainax toricolle DX figure gashapon x 5 maid nadia eva max Amaenaideyo figure gashapon sexy hot spring x 6”
“Bandai Gundam Seed characters figure gashapon future x8”
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