These two arrived today--
To be honest, I expected them to be jointed like Pullip dolls. However, they are strung like old fashioned dolls. This can make them incredibly hard to pose and keep their legs/arms facing the correct direction. Otherwise they are made of the same material as Pullip and family.
The Pang-Ju's are a very scarcely reviewed product, so I'm going to be posting a photo-shoot session here in a couple of minutes with them to show you how they look with the Pullip family.
I'd definitely recommend getting a Pang-Ju if you've ever thought about it! The only place I've even seen them available is Pullipstyle and the Groove store. Of course eBay has a couple every now and then, but they're all pretty high priced. Pullipstyle's current sale of $50 a piece makes them an easy doll to invest in.
To the left is Calf-Pang. Calf Pang is very cute and innocent looking, though a little... off putting? The utters make you look at her twice for sure! Her body suit can of course be removed and she looks like a normal chihuahua underneath. Well, normal for a doll.
Japonica Pang (right) reminds me a lot of Kato (my dog, in case you haven't been a frequent visitor^.^), which is one of the main reasons I got him. He's super cute and spunky, looking like he's full of personality. Maybe even a little naughty! His face is lightly adorned with carefully painted freckles, making him look absolutely adorable and a little bit feisty.
I should also mention, Calf-Pang came with no accessories while Japonica-Pang came with shoes and a little hand bag. Both Pangs came with a small ball of clay at the bottom of their packaging. I'm not sure what it's for, I assume maybe to cover the stringing at the joints and help hold them in place? If anyone knows please send a comment!