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DX WizarDriver, Kyoryuzin Wins 6th Japan Toy Awards

The Japan Toy Association had announced the winners of the sixth annual Japan Toy Awards. The big winner is Kamen Rider Wizard's DX WizarDriver for taking home the "2012 Hit Sales" award.

Another winner in its category is the Kamisuki Gattai DX Kyoryuzin from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger for the Boy's Toy Department. Other categories include Educational, Innovative, Girl's Toy, Character Toy, and High Target Toy Departments.

The press conference was held on the International Tokyo Toy Show 2013 at Tokyo Kokusai Forum on June 11th. A group of judges includes people from the Japanese toy industry (department stores, toy stores, online retailers) and the media (magazines, newspapers, websites).

The winners will be displayed at International Tokyo Toy Show 2013 at Tokyo Big Sight West Exhibition Hall from June 13th to 16th.

via Crunchyroll

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4 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    The Kyoryuzin one is definitely NOT surprising, since it's wonderfully design, and it's way way better than the hideous Gobuster machine. Not saying I hate the the Gobus ones, but the idea and concept on the show were great, but the toy execution looks really really weird and disproportional.
    So glad they got it right with this year's sentai

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I almost won this thing in one of those game machines they have over there when I went to japan.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Awesome!!! Toku toys FTW!!! Hope Bandai can keep up with the standards and maybe lower the prices of these toys. Damn are they expensive.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    @anon 1:
    Kyoryuzin wins for its simplicity. Buster Machines win for their complexity. Not much Sentai machine that can have 3 forms. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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