Asian fashion doll
Asian fashion dolls are fashion dolls that are made by Asian manufacturers or primarily targeted to an Asian market. Some have received international attention, such as with Momoko Doll, and in 2005 the first annual Dollstyle convention was held in Tokyo.
Many of these dolls have Asian or anime style features. Clothing lines may include Asian themes and in some cases Asian names (such as "Momoko" or "Taeyang"). Some Asian fashion dolls are dominated by Western dress, such as with Momoko Doll's lineup, Pullip's wardrobe, or the extensive Jenny fashions.
- Azone dolls by Azone (ja:アゾンインターナショナル)
- Blythe by Takara, formerly by Kenner
- Dollfie by Volks
- Jenny by Takara
- Kurhn doll (Chinese) by Foshan Kurhn Toys
- Licca-chan by Takara
- Momoko Doll by Petworks and Sekiguchi
- Obitsu by Obitsu (ja:オビツボディ)
- Pullip from Cheonsang Cheonha of South Korea. Manufactured by Groove, formerly by JUN Planning
- Sonokong dolls by Sonokong
- Super Dollfie by Volks
- smartdoll.jp by Danny Choo
- Fashion Doll Quarterly 2005 article on Momoko Doll Archived January 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
- Fashion Doll Quarterly 2005 article "First Annual Dollstyle Convention" (in Tokyo)
- Momoko Doll lineup
- Pullip lineup Archived March 22, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
- Fashion Doll Quarterly article on Jenny Archived January 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
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