Top-10 Most Valuable Kotobukiya Figurines

When it comes to Japanese toy brands, few are as recognizable as Kotobukiya.

Founded in 1953 as a toy store, Kotobukiya eventually branched out into its own line of original plastic model kits and 3D figurines.

We decided to take a look at the most valuable among the Kotobukiya figures, which depict licensed characters remodeled as female heroines.

Remember, estimated values tend to fluctuate, especially as we add more and more items and price points to ensure the guide’s accuracy. Also keep in mind that these are the values for items found solely on hobbyDB. Scroll below for more information on how you can help us build our Kotobukiya database. Follow this link for a current list of the Most Valuable Kotobukiya on hobbyDB.


Top-10 Kotobukiya


10. Pinhead ($290)


9. Pinkie Pie (Glitter) ($300)


8. Storm (SDCC ’12) ($300)


7. Lyra Kotone with Chikorita ($350)


6. Rarity ($390)



5. Ash Williams (Groovy Edition) ($400)


4. Rainbow Dash ($480)


3. Beetlejuice Bishoujo ($520)


2. Phoenix (White) (SDCC ’10) ($570)


1. Commander Shepard (Bioware Edition) ($700)


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1 year ago

Not too many people know that the very first co-branding action made by Funko was with Kotobukiya in 2010. They released Japanese Baseball mascots as Wacky Wobblers and from the lesser-known series Computer Sitters with the idea of promoting those kind vinyl figures in the Japanese market. The packaging is very cool, and we can watch both logos in the front of the box and the amazing Japanese typing. Here is the HobbyDB link with all of them

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