We are pleased to announce that we have begun selling used items on our store! These items come from a variety of places (donation from Japanese citizens, eBay, second hand shops, etc.) all across the country to fit your tokusatsu needs. Hopefully we find what you've always been looking for!
As the name suggests, all items are in used condition. These are divided up into two categories: [BOXED] and [LOOSE].
As stated, these are used items. As such, sometimes parts may be missing, electronics may not work, or included gimmick bonuses (Ranger Keys, Zyudenchi, etc.) may be absent. It is important that you look at the photographs and read the product descriptions of each item to know what is or is not included with the item you want to purchase.
We will constantly be getting new used items in all the time. If something you want isn't here, keep checking back! Here is our JotForm on our Used Toy page that lets you guys suggest series, toy lines, or items you'd like to see more of! While we can't control what we find, we'll certainly keep the suggestions in mind.
It's important to note that this is NOT a special request service. We will not take requests for items and hunt them down for you. We're more than open to suggestions on what to try and find, but we will not hunt down items on a case by case basis. Thank you for your understanding.
This is a huge expansion for CSToys, and we hope that this new service can bring some great items to fans all around the world!
Ultraman is a franchise I never really thought I would get into it. When I hopped into the tokusatsu fandom again there was no currently airing series, and I was just so busy with Sentai and Rider. Ain't nobody got time for Ultraman, right?
I'm glad I was wrong. After a rocky start with trying to get into the franchise with Ultraman Ginga, a good old website called Crunchyroll announced they'd be simulcasting the newest series, Ultraman X. I was hooked. Flash foward to now, with Ultraman Geed being the newest series, and Ultraman once again has me hooked in both their toys and their show.
Most people reading this are super familiar with your standard Japanese packaging. especially in the world of Tokusatsu. You can always expect some bright, colorful packaging with group shots adorning the package, usually with the owner of the toy with a big image on the front. It’s bright and captures your attention instantly.
Any wholesaler distributions have chances to be delay, postponed or canceled at its worst. Luckily we didn't get canceled what we ordered but they failed to be delivered to our office last weekend. Therefore we have decided to bring these new capsule toys tonight at 8 PM JST.