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DX Vinyl Volume 4 Yajirobe figure close up

There are currently a total of 38 Yajirobe collectibles that have been released by numerous companies to date. A gallery and the attached information appends to the official releases and genuine specifics in regards to the additional merchandise pertaining to each release.

Bandai

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KeshiGomu Part 1 Yajirobe figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 1
  • Release date: 1989

In the late 80's and early 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Yajirobe appears once in this miniature set, with both arms kept to his sides as he stares towards his side. The mini rubber figurine is available in numerous colors, the base set incorporating yellow, blue, green, red, and tan as the most common for this specific model. This miniature Part 1 Keshi set has included a few of the characters from the Vegeta Saga (also known as the Saiyan Saga) and some characters from the Piccolo Jr. Saga. Yajirobe is included in the part 1 set. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Raditz, Ox-King, Chi-Chi, Yajirobe, Mr. Popo, Bulma, Piccolo, Kami, Gohan, Goku, Chiaotzu, Tien, Yamcha, Krillin, and Hero for a total of 15 pieces in the part 1 set.

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Rubber Magnet Series Yajirobe

  • Dragon Ball Z Rubber Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2003

A set of Dragon Ball Z magnets was released in 2003 by Bandai featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold. Included in this 2003 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, Gohan, Master Roshi, Krillin, Majin Buu, and Baby (from DBGT). Yajirobe is seen slicing in midair with his katana in a swift manner. This is a great depiction of the scene where Yajirobe slices off Oozaru Vegeta's tail with great finesse and a display of his swordsmanship.

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Mini Figure Selection series Yajirobe and Goku miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball Mini Figure Selection Part 2
  • Release date: 2003

The Mini Figure Selection series Part 2 was released in September 2003 and has included a repertoire of characters from the Dragon Ball series in a nice bronze color highlight. Included in this set is a miniature Yajirobe with Goku as they ride the cycle. Yajirobe is driving the vehicle as Goku holds onto him. The cycle is raised upward due to gathering momentum and the culmination of speed as it prepares to dash away. Yajirobe's wears the Dragon Ball around his neck as it slides swiftly with the motion of the moving vehicle. This miniature figurine is well-crafted and has a distinct bronze coloring scheme, matching the rest of the Mini Figure Selection series set.

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Chara Puchi series Yajirobe figurine

  • Chara Puchi Miniature series
  • Release date: 2004

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were not limited to the phone strap series. In December, 2004, there's also a mini figure set that was released and incorporated plenty of characters from the series run. In this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball or another item (such as a space pod). This specific set was entitled "Gohan," concentrating on the Saiyan/Vegeta Saga. Yajirobe came sitting on a Dragon Ball and with a miniature base. He keeps his arms crossed and a serious expression on his face. Others included in this set and also sitting on Dragon Balls are King Kai, Kami, Bulma, Kid Gohan, Chi-Chi, Goku, Piccolo, Nappa (on top of space pod) and Vegeta (on top of space pod). Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

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HG Collection Part 9 Yajirobe and Korin figurines

  • HG Collection Part 9
  • Release date: 2005

Bandai released its Part 9 set in December, 2005. This set included Super Saiyan Gohan (from History of Trunks), Goku, Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Gogeta, Nappa, and of course, Yajirobe with Korin, who were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his arms-crossed posture, Yajirobe maintains a serious and angered expression as Korin stands beside him. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his sword attached to his belt. Also, the figure comes with a transparent base to aid in standing upward. The overall paint job is extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10 Announcer figurine color version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has released the Soul of Hyper Figuration series, which included Yajirobe and Korin in volume 10 of the series. Yajirobe is seen with a smirk across his face and some shy marks on his cheeks as he crosses his arms. His sword is kept to his side as it is strapped to his belt. Released in January 2008, the series also included Broly, Super Saiyan Goku bidding farewell, Adult Gohan with school outfit, Videl, the World Tournament Announcer, Goku with kid Gohan playing with him, Kid Buu, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku unleashing his dragon fist technique.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10 Yajirobe and Korin figurines black and white variant

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10
  • Release date: 2008

The same Soul of Hyper Figuration set was simultaneously released by Bandai as a black and white alternate coloring scheme. The same Yajirobe and Korin figurines are included in this set along with all the same characters from the color version. There is, however, more impression placed in the form of shadow outlining, which makes the black and white version equally collectible in terms of design. Also released in January 2008, this part of the Hyper Figuration series involved characters from the movies and last half of Dragon Ball Z, including the Great Saiyaman and Kid Buu Saga.

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Super Deformation Saiyan Invasion Yajirobe figurine

  • Super Deformation Series Saiyan Invasion
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super "Deformation" series in 2008 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Yajirobe in this set stands at about 1.5 inches and comes performing his Katana swipe technique as he hacks off his opponent's tail and makes a solid landing. The figurine is portrayed in midair as he makes the daring slice. The black round base of the figure reads the character's name and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it. Others included in this same set are Raditz, Vegeta, Korin, Piccolo, Krillin, a Saibaman, Nappa, Goku, and Gohan.

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SG Collection series 1 Yajirobe

  • SG Collection series 1
  • Release date: Unknown

Bandai's repaints were a common venture and it was no exception when it came to the Dragon Ball Kai SG Collection series. The Volume 1 set included a repertoire of characters in red, blue, and yellow coloring schemes. These were all the same as their original HG Collection pieces in terms of the models but the paint job was altered just for this specific set. Spanning the Vegeta saga and some of the movies which revolved around Saiyan-related characters, the SG series 1 set included the following characters and their pertaining color scheme in accordance: Broly (Yellow), Vegeta (Blue), Goku in charging position (Red), Raditz (Red), Nappa (Blue), Bardock (Blue), Yajirobe (Yellow), Gogeta (Red), Krillin (Blue), Goku in battle stance (Blue), Chiaotzu (Yellow), Piccolo (Yellow), Tien (Red), and Kid Gohan (Blue).

Banpresto

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Yajirobe Hoi Poi Capsule Keychain

  • HoiPoi Capsule Keychain series
  • Release date: Unknown

This HoiPoi Capsule Keychain series is a nice addition offered by Banpresto. Included in the miniature oval-shaped hoipoi capsules are Mr. Popo, Goku, Piccolo, Yajirobe, King Kai, and Bulma. The set makes for nice keychains or phone straps but also has an additional feature. The capsules themselves can be opened and the mini figurine can be taken out. Yajirobe is seen maintaining his samurai-showdown posture as he holds his katana's scabbard.

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Historical Figure series Volume 4 including Yajirobe

  • Historical Figure series Volume 4
  • Release date: 2007

Released in 2007, Banpresto's Historical Figure series was a great tribute to some of the characters in Dragon Ball as a bust format. In each volume of this 4-part set, a certain saga was emphasized through the featured characters. Yajirobe is included in the volume 4 set amongst a few others, including Shu, Mai, Emperor Pilaf, Kid Goku, King Piccolo, and Shenron. Each set connects to the other volumes to create an astonishing combination of characters as a complete diorama piece.

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DX Vinyl Series 4 Yajirobe

  • DX Vinyl Series 4
  • Release date: 2008

This 9 inch (22cm) Sofubi Vinyl Yajirobe was released by Banpresto in 2008. It is Yajirobe's largest model and most distinctive piece in terms of design. He is depicted with a smirk and sarcastic expression as he has an arms-crossed posture, tilting his head and staring towards his side. Also included is his Katana sword. It is part of the DX Vinyl Series 4 set. Others included in this same set are Kid Goku and Korin. The DX Vinyl set is likely the best large-scale series attributed to Dragon Ball characters. The packaging depicts the Dragon Balls scattered around and the design from the World Martial Arts tournament as the backdrop with a yellow coloring scheme.

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Super Effect Keychain Volume 3 Yajirobe figurine

  • Dragon Ball Kai Keychain Volume 3
  • Release date: 2010

In April, 2010, Banpresto released a Yajirobe collectible in the form of a keychain and figurine displaying him in swift motion as his blade swipes through the air, leaving the shaded after-image of the air being sliced. His determined samurai stance is also very unique as he maintains a frown as his expression and his hair and clothing are seen flowing with his movement. This is the maneuver Yajirobe performed against Great Ape Vegeta. This piece was included with the Dragon Ball Kai releases as the keychain sets. Others included in this same Volume 3 set are Vegeta, Krillin, Goku, and Gohan.

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DB Super WCF Series Yajirobe figurine

  • Dragon Ball Super WCF Vol. 2
  • Release date: 2016

This upcoming WCF DB Super volume 2 series is to incorporate a few characters appearing in the newly introduced series and Yajirobe is included in this volume 2 installment. This set is scheduled for release in March, 2016. Those included in this set are Korin, Yajirobe, King Kai, Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, and Super Saiyan God Goku. Each piece comes with a unique packaging and is highly detailed for this exceptionally limited exclusive scenario set. Yajirobe is seen holding an arms-crossed posture and his sword kept to his side.

Giochi Preziosi

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Giochi Preziosi Dragon Ball Z series Yajirobe figure

  • Giochi Preziosi Dragon Ball Z series
  • Release date: 2003

The initial AB series of "Super Guerriers Articules" figures had a large repertoire of figures which would be re-released under multiple under licensed companies. This specific piece was originally produced in 1996 (dated 1989) by AB Groupe but did not see a proper release until 2003 under the "Giochi Preziosi" lineup. Yajirobe was quite a rarity as a 5 inch figure. Due to being a limited release exclusive to European collectors, the figure's release date and actual original company remain a mystery. However, the model's production being in 1996 and under AB's run is a definite conclusive piece of information about this figure. It is unknown why this figure was not released in the original Super Guerriers lineup in 1996 along with the rest of the figures in that set. But it did have an official release by Giochi Preziosi in 2003, albeit being the only official release of the figure. This is Yajirobe's only 5 inch scale model at the basic figure height other than the Irwin and Jakks model, which actually surfaced prior to this piece. This is likely one of Yajirobe's best figures in terms of height. The figure comes with his katana sword, which he can hold and displays his unique orange garb as well. The actual detail on Yajirobe's face here is an acceptable likeness for an AB produced piece, being one of the best designed by the company. All his intricate details remain intact, including his sandals, hair, and sword. It is unknown why this piece was not released until 2003 but many collectors have deemed it a chase figure due to its limited supply and unusual release date.

Plex

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Keshi mini bagging including Yajirobe

  • Keshi Bagging Sets
  • Release date: Unknown

The same miniature Yajirobe from Keshi part 1 of the DBZ series was re-released in a mini bagging alongside Tien, Chi-Chi, and Goku from the same set. All the figurines in this bagging come in a gray or navy blue monochrome color variation. The figurines remain the same as the previously released Part 1 Keshi set but have a new tag attached to the bagging.

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Keshi-Gomu DB Yajirobe blue figurine from package

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Dragon Ball Box Set
  • Release date: 1990's

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Released by Plex, a box set has included 18 Keshi pieces along with 2 large full-color pieces in the set, one of Gohan and one of Goku. Yajirobe appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes with one hand holding a pouch of Senzu Beans and the other resting on his sword, which slides to his side and through his belt. The 18 basic Keshi Characters included in this box set are Nappa, Raditz, Piccolo, Krillin, Chi-Chi, Ox-King, Chiaotzu, Tien, Yamcha, Kid Gohan with hat, Kid Gohan holding his hat, Kid Gohan with sword, Kid Gohan with ceremonial clothing, Vegeta, Master Roshi, Goku, Yajirobe, and King Kai.

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Ultimate Technique Yajirobe figurine

  • Ultimate Technique Series
  • Release date: 2009

Plex has also released a Chibi Figure series with "Mini Big Head" figures in August, 2009. This series, entitled the "Ultimate Technique" due to the attack stances the figures come in, is a chibi series displaying numerous techniques the characters have portrayed in the series. Yajirobe was released in this set performing his katana swipe technique, with blue sparks of energy and aura emanating underneath him as he propels upward and off the ground.

Unifive

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Mini Figure Volume 2 Yajirobe

  • Mini Figure Volume 2
  • Release date: Unknown

Unifive's Mini Figure series modeled as Kubrick-style figurines is composed of numerous Dragon Ball characters, including Yajirobe. This basic figurine comes with his katana as an accessory. The figurines are modeled in a cute manner and are very similar to Lego and Kubrick pieces and other figurines of that caliber in terms of modeling. Others included in this same Volume 2 set are Kami with Mr. Popo, Tien with Chiaotzu, Goku with Korin, Mercenary Tao, King Piccolo, Krillin, Grandpa Gohan, Piccolo with Goku, and Grandpa Gohan.

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Dragon Ball Z Posing Series Yajirobe color version

  • Dragon Ball Z Posing Series 7
  • Release date: 2005

Unifive, a subsidiary company under Banpresto, has released the "Posing Figure" series, incorporating numerous characters in pose-able stances. In this lineup, released in July, 2005, there's a nice addition of Dragon Ball characters featured. Other than Yajirobe in this set, there's also Super Saiyan Broly, Frieza in his second form, Goku, and Vegeta. The Packages are sealed and the items are inserted at random. These figurines all come with pose-able joints and some of their most notable stances from their fights. They are also designed to be standing on top of round orange bases. Yajirobe is seen pulling out his katana from its scabbard and holding the case behind him as he makes a swift slicing swipe. The motion of his hair and clothing is also very accurate in terms of depiction.

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Dragon Ball Z Posing Series Yajirobe grayscale variant

  • Dragon Ball Z Posing Series
  • Release date: 2005

Unifive has also released a grayscale variant in addition to its "Posing Figure" series, incorporating numerous characters in pose-able stances. In this lineup, released in July, 2005, there's a nice addition of Dragon Ball characters featured. Other than Yajirobe, there's also Super Saiyan Broly, Frieza in his second form, Goku, and Vegeta. The Packages are sealed and the items are inserted at random. The variant grayscale version has the same model mold but a different paint job. Aside from this, they all maintain the same design and orange bases.

Irwin Toy

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Saiyan Saga Yajirobe with Korin

  • Saiyan Saga
  • Release date: 2000

Irwin Toy released the first Yajirobe figure in July, 2000 as a part of the series 2 lineup. Others included in this same set are Burter, Jeice, Frieza form II, and Chiaotzu. This is the first Yajirobe figure released at a 5 inch scale and it remains a great piece. As an overall piece, this figure maintains a serious expression with both hands kept to his sides as he stares in a certain direction. He also comes with his katana and Korin as an accessory, which makes the figure a unique one due to the additional inclusion of these pieces. This was also one of the first 2-packs released by Irwin.

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Saiyan Saga Metallic Box Yajirobe with Korin

  • Saiyan Saga
  • Release date: 2000

Irwin Toy pretty much released the same figures with metallic boxart as a collectible alternative to the original box art. The figures remain the same and Yajirobe along with Korin is no exception. However, the metallic box art makes the figures highly collectible. The metallic box versions were produced in lesser quantities although the contents remain the same. Yajirobe still maintains his katana and the Korin figure alongside him.

Jakks Pacific

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The Elite Fighters series Yajirobe and Korin

  • The Elite Fighters
  • Release date: 2003

This repaint Yajirobe and Korin pack was a re-release of the previous model originally produced by Irwin. Released in 2003, the box art was designed to go along with “The Elite Fighters” set. Others included in this series were Burter, Jeice, Frieza form II, and Nappa. Aside from the box mockup and the overall minor paint adjustments, the figure primarily remains the exact same as the previous model released by Irwin. Additionally, the packaging title differs slightly from the Irwin series release as it is entitled "Yajirobe & Korin" as opposed to "Yajirobe with Korin," which was the Irwin title for this figure pack. Yajirobe still comes with his sword, which can be equipped on the character's hand. Aside from this, the packaging also includes three random Dragon Balls.

Mekke

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Dragon Ball Selection Goku diorama including miniature Yajirobe

  • Dragon Ball Selection Volume 2
  • Release date: 2007

Released in November 2007 is this limited diorama set manufactured by Mekke for Bird Studio and Shueisha. Yajirobe is included in this set as a background piece and contributes to the scene's original depiction as Goku prepares to launch his devastating and bone-cracking attack against Vegeta. Goku maintains a crouched posture as one hand is stretched backward and the other is seen in front. He is in a feral positional as he has a serious expression on his face and stares down his equally deadly opponent. In the distance, Yajirobe hides behind the mountainous rocks and boulders, maintaining a fearful yet curious expression as he watches the two Saiyans prepare for their all-out assault. The atmosphere and additional features of the background add to the overall distinctive feel and environment as a part of the displayed scene, which primarily incorporates the strong emphasis of a rage waiting to be unleashed. The piece is a brilliantly crafted structure for a Dragon Ball Selection addition. The base reads "Dragon Ball Son Gokou" and has a two-star Dragon Ball on its plate. This is the second volume release of the Dragon Ball Selection series.

Zima

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Great Ape Vegeta with Goku, Gohan, and Yajirobe Diorama

  • Zima Limited Edition Diorama
  • Release date: 2009

Announced during Super Festival 49 Toy Exhibition by Zima (also known as Zeem and Jima) in April and May and consecutively released in June 2009, this unique large-scale model of Great Ape Vegeta is accompanied by Earth's Special Forces, who are fighting against the onslaught of this gigantic primate menace. This model is made in a limited run of 300 pieces. Not only is it one of the most expensive Vegeta pieces to be produced, it is also one of the rarest pieces in relation to Dragon Ball. Other than the fact that the piece is limited in quantities, there's also the additional characters that create and complete the legendary scene. Goku is seen being squeezed, his life and energy leaving him as he loses the last of his power but doesn't give up, even under these overwhelming and deadly odds. Gohan, who stands atop a mountain, attempts to distract the brutish Giant Ape Vegeta as Yajirobe slices off his tail from behind in his powerfully glorious moment of heroism in the heat of the battle. Yajirobe's swift movement and skills with his katana are witnessed brilliantly in this scene and the diorama does great justice in depicting the momentous battle in the peak of this surprise action scene. Additionally, the backside of the piece portrays Vegeta's tail being hacked off, the slicing motion of the sharp edge of the blade having a great effect as the perfect cut is delivered to recreate this glorious suspenseful moment in Dragon Ball Z history.

Hachette

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Legend of Manga series collectible number 38 Yajirobe

  • The Legend of Manga series
  • Release date: 2009

Hachette has added a great deal of pieces to their appending "Legend of Manga" releases. Included with the manga volumes is a miniature figurine. Included with Number 38 of this wide range of volumes is none other than Yajirobe. Released in November, 2009, this piece was no exception to the great deal of detail Hachette has placed on the Dragon Ball manga characters. Yajirobe's pose is that of a complete swordsman, tightly gripping his katana as he prepares to yank it out and swiftly and silently end his opponent. His feet are placed in the perfect samurai attack stance. His clothing is also extremely accurate in its depiction, right down to the Dragon Ball dangling from his neck, making him an exceptionally detailed collectible overall.

Lawson

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Coca Cola bottle cap set Yajirobe figurine

  • Coca Cola Bottle Cap set
  • Release date: 2003

Lawson has released an interesting compilation of some Dragon Ball characters as bottle cap toppers. Lawson has designed this set for the Coca Cola Company as a promotion in July 2003. Each of these mini figurines stands at 4cm (1.5 inches) and comes on top of a red base. Yajirobe comes with his arms-crossed posture as his katana is kept to his side. The full set includes a wide range of characters for a total of 21 pieces (20 base pieces and one special secret figurine). The set which includes Yajirobe also has Mr. Satan, Piccolo, Frieza in his final form, Yamcha, Tien, King Kai, Oolong with Puar, Super Saiyan Gohan, Kid Gohan, Master Roshi, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Majin Buu, Android 18, Bulma, Super Saiyan Goku, Launch, Chi-Chi, Kid Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Krillin.

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Coca Cola set Yajirobe figurine DBZ version

  • Coca Cola set
  • Release date: 2008

Lawson has released an interesting compilation of the Dragon Ball manga side panel portrait image, which includes all the characters flying on the panel in a circular motion around a round tube. Lawson has designed this set for the Coca Cola Company as a promotion in 2008. Yajirobe comes exactly as he appears in the side panel photo, while running across the panel with one arm in front and the other behind him as he turns to look around. The full set includes a wide range of characters that are also seen flying or running across the panel. There are two sets to collect for the Coca Cola series, one of the Dragon Ball series and the other of the Dragon Ball Z series, both featuring the side flaps. The set which pertains to this second Yajirobe variant also has Kid Gohan, King Kai, Dende, first form Frieza in his hoverchair, Captain Ginyu, Vegeta, Cell, Android 17, Android 18, Android 16, and Super Saiyan Goku to twist along the tube and become one large collectible set.

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Coca Cola set Yajirobe figurine DB version

  • Coca Cola set
  • Release date: 2009

Lawson has released an interesting compilation of the Dragon Ball manga side panel portrait image, which includes all the characters flying on the panel in a circular motion around a round tube. Lawson has designed this set for the Coca Cola Company as a promotion in August, 2009. Yajirobe comes exactly as he appears in the side panel photo, while running across the panel with one arm in front and the other behind him as he faces forward. The full set includes a wide range of characters that are also seen flying or running across the panel. There are two sets to collect for the Coca Cola series, one of the Dragon Ball series and the other of the Dragon Ball Z series, both featuring the side flaps. The set which pertains to this first Yajirobe variant also has Kid Goku on the Nimbus, Shenron, Oolong, Krillin, Puar, Master Roshi, Korin, Launch, Turtle, Yamcha, Piccolo, and Bulma riding a car to twist along the tube and become one large collectible set.

DeAgostini

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Dragon Ball GT Your Heroes in 3D Yajirobe figurine

  • DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT Collection: Your Heroes in 3D
  • Release date: 1996

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 5 inch set comprising of numerous pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Yajirobe (who stood at about 5 inches) was included in this set due to his appearance in GT. The figurines are immobile with miniature white bases to stand on. This particular figurine's base is circular in shape. Yajirobe comes in his basic standing pose with one hand resting on his side and the other kept to his side as his katana is strapped to his belt. Also, this is a very unique piece as it features Yajirobe with a moustache. This is figurine number 38 in the Your Heroes in 3D collection set and the DeAgostini packaging lists Yajirobe as "Jirobay" on the front cover as an alternate naming scheme.

Morinaga

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Morinaga Korin Tower set including Yajirobe

  • Morinaga Korin Tower set
  • Release date: Unknown

Morinaga's Korin Tower is built by collecting the pieces separately and having some very basic assembly. Each piece brings together a portion of the tower, allowing some characters to be seen atop the tower, others in between as they climb it, and some on the ground base itself. Yajirobe is seen on the tower top. Others included in this same Morinaga Korin Tower collection are Bulma, Goku, Korin, Upa, Yamcha, Krillin, and Master Roshi. A hole in the top portion of this tower fits Goku's Nyoi-bō (Power Pole), which serves as the link between the tower itself and Kami's Lookout.

Magic Box

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Crazy Bones Yajirobe gray figurine

  • GoGo's Crazy Bones Dragon Ball Z Edition
  • Release date: 2000

Released in May, 2000, the Crazy Bones addition to the Dragon Ball franchise has brought a nice repertoire of characters in this miniature format. GoGo's Crazy Bones (also referred to as Crazy Bones or GoGo's) are small collectibles that became popular during the 1990s and 2000s, produced by Spanish company Magic Box Int. and additionally by PPI Worldwide Group, which remains the only distributor in North America. They are named crazy bones due to the craze revolving around the collection of these pieces. The Dragon Ball Z set spans the Saiyan/Vegeta saga debacle as well as the Namek Saga conflict and has 40 pieces in the set. Each figurine comes in a multitude of colors and designs but remains the same sculpt. Yajirobe is included in this set as a head-sculpt piece and is number 18 in the Crazy Bones Dragon Ball Z set.

Dolci Preziosi

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Rubber Magnet Series Yajirobe

  • Dragon Ball Z Rubber Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2012

A set of Dragon Ball Z magnets was re-released in October, 2012 by Dolci Preziosi featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold which had previously been released by Bandai. Included in this 2012 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, Gotenks, Gohan, Master Roshi, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Goku, Goku, and Kami. Yajirobe is seen swiping in the air with his katana.

Salati Preziosi

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Rubber Magnet Series including Yajirobe

  • Dragon Ball Z Rubber Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2006

A set of Dragon Ball Z magnets was re-released in August, 2006 by Salati Preziosi featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold which had previously been released by Bandai. This set of magnets hold a glow-in-the-dark feature. Included in this 2006 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Baby, Piccolo, Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Bulma, Gotenks, Gohan, Master Roshi, Majin Buu, Kid Goku, Kami, Krillin, Trunks (GT), Pan, Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Yamcha, and Chi-Chi for a total of 20 pieces in this set.

Sonrics

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Sonrics Series Yajirobe piece

  • Dragon Ball Sonrics Series
  • Release date: 1994

Released as a part of the promotional Sonrics gum pieces, this set of Dragon Ball Z figurines was actually a re-release of the first Bandai Keshi Gomu series. However, unlike the original release of these models, this variation set is all hard plastic as opposed to the rubber material used for the Bandai pieces. All the pieces in this set stand at approximately 3.5cm. Characters included in this Sonrics collection are Piccolo, Kami, Tien, Yamcha, Ox-King, Krillin, Bulma, Goku, Yajirobe, and Raditz. All pieces in the set came in a monochrome color varying from green, blue, red, yellow, white, gray, and a clear opal.

Sticker Design

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Mini Toys Serie 1 including Yajirobe figurine

  • Mini Toys Serie 1
  • Release date: 2008

Argentinian distribution company Sticker Design (SD) re-released the mini figurine of Yajirobe sitting on a Dragon Ball originally released by Bandai in a series called "Dragon Ball Z Mini Toys" and the set is entitled "Serie 1." Additional details on the packaging include "1 Mini Toy + Action Card De Regalo." Included in each package is a glossy action card which has a 3D effect to the prism front. Each shifts an image of the characters on the cards. The mini toys themselves remain the same as the base set released previously by Bandai and SenSei. Pieces included in the Serie 1 set are Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Piccolo, Vegeta, Yajirobe, Kid Gohan, Goku (end of DBZ), Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Shenron, Gotenks, Nappa, Kami, Kid Goten, Kid Trunks, Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Uub, King Kai, Chi-Chi, Bulma, and Goku.

Sonokong

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Super Battle Collection back flap featuring Vol. 19 Yajirobe

  • Sonokong Dragon Ball Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: Unknown

Sonokong Co, Ltd. (손오공주식회사) is a Korean toy, game, and general entertainment company which was originally established in 1974. As a publisher of some of the world's popular anime and productions, the corporate headquarters are located in Sugung-dong Guro-gu Seoul, Korea. The technical license for the company is also owned by Takara and Hasbro. The Super Battle Collection Korean Series Sonokong Ver. are a very unique set of figures dedicated to Dragon Ball characters. The complete set includes the following 20 pieces: Vol 1: Goku (orange gi), Vol 2: Goku (purple gi), Vol 3: Goku (adult), Vol 4: Krillin, Vol 5: Oolong, Vol 6: Chi-Chi, Vol 7: Master Roshi, Vol 8: Bulma, Vol 9: Launch, Vol 10: Yamcha + Puar, Vol 11: Emperor Pilaf, Vol 12: Shu, Vol 13: Mai, Vol 14: Piccolo, Vol 15: Tien, Vol 16: Chiaotzu, Vol 17: Kami, Vol 18: Mister Popo, Vol 19: Yajirobe, and Vol 20: Korin. Note: actual depiction of product needed.

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