Release Date: 2011/02


Japan is joining World War Robot!

The world renown artist Ashley Wood's company 'ThreeA Toys' is releasing these two figures of the 'JAPAN DEFENSE LEAGUE' as a special Japan-only release. The set features Japanese versions of both the Dropcloth and Square robots - both meticulously designed with stunning paint work that creates a unique weathered look.

ThreeA's magnificent figures will drag anyone into the world of robot figures - don't blame us if you want more after this one!

Product Details

Product Name
WWR JAPAN DEFENCE FORCE SET (WWR じゃぱん でぃふぇんす ふぉーす せっと)
World War Robot
Action Figure
Release Date
1/6th scale posable figure made from ABS, soft vinyl and cloth. Approximately 200mm in height.
Released by
Distributed by
Good Smile Company
Wonder Festival 2011 (Winter) Product
  • Due to the nature of the paint used on this figure, the paint may not be completely dry when the product packaging is opened. If the paint is not dry, please place the figure in a well ventilated area for 2-3 days and avoid touching it until dry.
  • Playing with the figure before the paint is dry may lead to colors bleeding or fingerprints remaining on the figure.
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Wonder Festival 2011 (Winter)

Event Sales
Wonder Festival 2011 (Winter)
This figure will be sold at the 'WONDERFUL HOBBY LIFE FOR YOU!! 13' booth at the Winter Wonder Festival 2011 which will take place on 6th February 2011.

For more information, please see the 'WONDERFUL HOBBY LIFE FOR YOU!! 13' Official Site. (Japanese Only)

  • A maximum of two figures per person will be available.
  • Stock will be allocated using numbered tickets.
  • Stock is limited.

Web Sales
From 2011/02/07 (Monday) until 2011/02/13 (Sunday) this figure will be available for order on the .

For more information, please read the WONDERFUL HOBBY LIFE FOR YOU!! 13 Web Sales Page. (Japanese Only)

  • A maximum of two figures per person will be available.
  • Products will be made on a built-to-order basis.
  • Products will be sent out in early February 2011.