PREHISTORIC LIFE
Vinyl Model

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Soft material figures to play with

Soft material in big size

Paleontological figures made of soft vinyl that can be held and played with. The soft material makes them safe and hard to break even if dropped or bumped.

Focus on details

Even though the modeling is deformed, the physical characteristics of each archaic creature have been perfectly reproduced.

Focus on safety

All vinyl models are certified with the CE mark, a European safety standard. The paints we use have also been tested for safety in accordance with the Food Sanitation Law.

Soft material in big size

Paleontological figures made of soft vinyl that can be held and played with. The soft material makes them safe and hard to break even if dropped or bumped.

Focus on details

Even though the shapes are deformed, the physical characteristics of each animal have been perfectly reproduced.

Focus on safety

All vinyl models are certified with the CE mark, a European safety standard. The paints we use have also been tested for safety in accordance with the Food Sanitation Law.

About Supervisors


Hirokazu Tokugawa

Paleontological Model Artist
A model artist of dinosaurs and paleontological reconstructions who aims to create works that combine academic research with three-dimensional appeal.
He is in charge of modeling and supervision of vinyl models, soft models, and mini models.

Shinkai Ogino

Paleontologist / ActoW, Inc.
Has been studying Cenozoic mammalian fossils, especially medium-sized carnivores, mainly in Asia. He is the supervisor of Smilodon.

Keiichi Takahashi

Paleo-vertebrate zoologist
His research focuses on the origin and evolution of mammals from the Pliocene to the Pleistocene in Japan and East Asia, and on the morphology and phylogeny of large mammals. He is the supervisor of the Woolly Mammoth.

Taketeru Tomita

Fish biologist. He is the supervisor of Dunkleosteus and Megalodon.

Masanori Hirata

He is a paleontologist
specializing in the paleontology of bivalves. In 2003, he presented the first reconstruction of a limbed Opabinia in Japan. Material cooperation of Anomalocaris.

Ren Hirayama

His specialty is the phylogenetic evolution of fossil reptiles, especially turtles. He is widely active in lectures and excavations, both in Japan and abroad.
Supervision and academic support for Archelon.

Yuji Takakuwa

n addition to his research on vertebrate fossils, mainly sharks and deer, he also conducts research on the organization and management of museums (museology). He is in charge of the supervision of Dimetrodon.

PREHISTORIC LIFE Vinyl Model