Collectables from the series Ojamajo Doremi. A figurine comes in all shapes and sizes and can found in many locations and ranges and prices, depending on the rarity of the figurine.


Royal Patraine Ojamajo Doll - During sharp, royal patraine figurines had been made. They each come with a wreath poron and a small, single-colored fairy. Hana-chan, as she is a baby does not, however. Instead, she comes with Majorika.

Motto! Ojamajo Doll - Like the sharp themed figures they each come with a single color fairy, but this time they seem to be much lighter in colors. They also come with wands.

Gashapon DX & DX2 - Patisserie and Witch - Released in 2005, these cute figurines come on small, basic pink stands. There is one of each ojamajo and these are infamous for being the figures most people try to counterfeit.

Ojamajo Dokkan Doll - A small figure that comes on a white stand. While all the ojamajos have a fairy next to them, Hana-chan is next to Majorika. They all come in separate boxes. 

Ojamajo Scenes - PVC made, these cute scenery figurines can usually be found in separates or a box of ten pieces. They consist of: Momoko watching Doremi near the sunset, Onpu singing as Momoko cheers, Aiko walking to school with a flustered Hazuki, Doremi holding Hana-chan, and Hana-chan in her majo ranger outfit.

Gashapon DX & DX2 - Everyday outfit and Witch - Just like the patisserie gashapon, they all come with a stand. However, when you arrange them properly you can get a heart-shaped stand. 


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Produced in 2006 by the company "Organic", this Onpu figurine is one of a kind. She was based on the same TCG card. It is somewhat easy to find in many locations but can be expected to be anywhere between $40 dollars to $70.

She comes on a big plastic stand and has a small piece that holds her onto it. Also, note that her name is misspelled on the package as "Ompu".

Special figurines of almost everyone in their first, second and third season attire. Released in 2010, these are one of the latest pieces of Ojamajo Doremi merchandise. They come with their porons, wands, and fairies as well as clear stands and multiple hands and faces.

Doremi, Aiko, Hazuki, and Onpu were released in that order while Momoko was first found during the Wonder Festival 2010 that took place during summer. Pop was also released one year after Momoko as an Evolution Toy exclusive which also came with mini-figures such as: Hana, Majo Rika, and Fafa.

These are Ojamajo Doremi Fine Quality figures that are already in fixed poses. Doremi Furyu was released in July of 2015 while Onpu Furyu was released in November 2015. Doremi's pose slightly resembles the pose she will do after she transforms. Doremi is holding her right arm out instead of straight up. Onpu's pose has her holding her hat and holding out her right arm. This may imply that the rest of the Ojamajos will be getting Furyu figures made of them.

There are Ojamajo Doremi Prize figures that have the Ojamajos in their Dokkan outfits. They are large figures that are set in a basic pose with articulated arms and legs. These figures were created in 2002.

Similar to the Banpresto figures, the Ojamajo Doremi Romando figures are based on Ojamajo Doremi Dokkan. These figures are one of the highest quality figures for Ojamajo Doremi. These figures are large and are articulated in the arms, legs, hands, and head. There are also kimono versions of these figures. There is also a special Hazuki that comes with her flute and normal clothes. These figures were created in 2005. 

These figurines are rare and most of them are actually garage kits. The first figurines are gashapon prizes. There are two versions of these figures; the only difference between those two are the facial expressions of the ojamajos. 

Small PVC figures made by Bandai Spirits. Doremi was released in July, 2019, as a prize figure.

They recently announced the release of the other ojamajos, including one more Doremi figure holding a poron.

To commemorate the franchise's 20th anniversary, a series of Ojamajo Doremi Nendoroid figures were displayed at the Wonder Festival 2019, featuring Doremi, Hazuki and Aiko in their apprentice uniforms from Motto! Ojamajo Doremi. Nendoroids of Onpu and Momoko were also announced to later join the line-up.[1][2]


The Doremi Nendoroid comes with 3 interchangeable faces, as well as the Sweet Pollon, Majorika and her broom as accessories.[3]

A special Parara Tap Stand will be received by booking a reservation on the GOODSMILE online shop. The reservations are due to start from noon on March 14th.[3]

Doremi was scheduled for release in Autumn 2019.[4]

Festival Figures & Garage Kits

Ojamajo Doremi Dokkan - These ojamajo figurines first appeared on Wonder Festival in 2005. However, Hana was showcased a year later at the same festival.

20th Anniversary - New ojamajo figurines were announced to be presented at Wonder Festival 2019.

Garage kits are an assembly scale model kit most commonly cast in polyurethane resin. They can be either fully completed or in parts. In the case of the latter, the buyer is supposed to color and assemble the parts.


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