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Started by animaltoyforum, December 30, 2012, 09:30:46 PM
Quote from: brontodocus on December 27, 2012, 07:38:42 PMWow, that's a hard question... There are the Aqualand resin models; Animatales or Animals of Japan with at least 11 series (series 1-5 are also named "Choco Egg" and 6-11 "ChocoQ"); The Natural Monuments of Japan; Red Data Animals; Choco Egg Funny Animals; Choco Egg Birds (in flight); Choco Egg / ChocoQ Pets with many series; Birdtales; Souvenirs Entomologiques; Atlas Anima; Aquatales with several series; Various Aquarium series (Enoshima, Shinagawa, Sunshine Aquarium, Capsule Aquarium); Deep Sea Odyssey; Penguin's Lunch; Hamster's Lunch; Asahiyama Zoo; Zoorasia Lunch; Night Aqua Museum; and I'm sure there are tons of others... I think at least the Aqualand resin models, Animatales, Natural Monuments of Japan, and Aquatales (maybe together with other Aquarium and the Deep Sea Odyssey) would deserve a child board on their own, and maybe there could be another one for the rest - and if that one gets too large, eventually, it can further be split into several child boards for the other lines? Kaiyodo is definitely a difficult task!
Quote from: animaltoyforum on January 10, 2013, 10:12:52 AMMany thanks for the suggestion, that all looks very good. Easy to navigate, as you said. When I get a chance I'll update the kaiyodo section accordingly
Quote from: sphyrna18 on January 10, 2013, 01:45:18 AM - - - Night Aqua Museum (possibly not part of Aquatales, but I think it was)
Quote from: brontodocus on January 10, 2013, 09:50:15 PMMany thanks for your suggestions, sphyrna18! Yes, looks good.Quote from: sphyrna18 on January 10, 2013, 01:45:18 AM - - - Night Aqua Museum (possibly not part of Aquatales, but I think it was)At least they are also known by the name "Bright Aquatales" so that's probably correct. I don't remember if that name is also somewhere on the pamphlets but I don't have my pamphlets at hand at the moment.
Quote from: postsaurischian on January 20, 2013, 08:43:18 PMWell done ! Only two mistakes :1. It's Animatales, not Animaltales.2. The Aqualand Tree Frog belongs in the 'other series' section.
Quote from: animaltoyforum on January 25, 2013, 05:38:13 PMQuote from: postsaurischian on January 20, 2013, 08:43:18 PMWell done ! Only two mistakes :1. It's Animatales, not Animaltales.2. The Aqualand Tree Frog belongs in the 'other series' section.Sorry, didn't see your comments before, I've corrected them now If there are any lines we have missed from the list, let me know!
Quote from: sbell on January 25, 2013, 07:54:39 PMThere are a couple others--the Kaiyodo BE-PAL set (I don't know much about it, except that I have a Tsushima Marten that isn't in any of the other sets); the Animatales Classic (not sure if that one was counted in the 12 series); the Kaiyodo Japan Science Museum set (which include fancy ones like a Bongo and Rafflesia, plus some prehistorics); and the Kaiyodo National Museum set (the one with the Nipponites and Futabusaurus) that also includes some other moderns (although I don't know what).I may have the set names incorrect; even among online sellers they seem to vary in what they call them. They may even be coincident with some of the already-listed sets.