Jujutsu Kaisen Nenderoid Guide

Jujutsu Kaisen Nenderoid Guide

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When you’re into Jujutsu Kaisen and anime figures, you definitely need a Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroid Guide. Cause ever since the anime took over the otaku community like wildfire, people have been rushing in to buy Jujutsu Kaisen merchandise left and right.

As someone who’s been an anime figure collector for years, I haven’t seen such high demand in a Nendoroid line since Demon Slayer and Haikyuu!! Nendoroids were released. If you don’t plan to miss out on any of the Jujutsu Sorcerers, you should keep on reading.

Let me talk about the lowdown on the characters and which ones are already available for you to take home or preorder.

Bottom Line Up Front

I’ll be talking about all the important points about Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids in this guide, so you’ll know if collecting Nendoroids is for you. Cause from what I’ve experienced and seen from other collectors, two factors tend to highly affect a person’s decision about collecting.

First is the number of figures in the line people want to start. Cause many folks are like me who hesitate when too many figures are needed to complete a series. And second is the current market price of the figures, as not everyone has the cash to spend all willy-nilly.

Being informed about these details will help you decide whether you actually want to get into collecting Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids or are just hyped about it. Are you prepared to go down this addictive and costly path? Discover if this toy line is worth your time and effort by reading this guide.

Main Nendoroid Line

1. Nendoroid Itadori Yuji

Nendoroid Itadori Yuji

Acknowledged as the ultimate poster boy for selflessness in the anime TV series, Itadori makes his debut in Nendoroid form with this figure. Here, you have a mini clone of him wearing Tokyo Jujutsu High’s dark navy blue uniform with a red hood and sneakers.

As this version is Itadori’s everyday look for the majority of the anime’s first season, purchasing this Nendoroid for your Jujutsu Kaisen collection should be a no-brainer.

  • Release date: 1st release March 2021 and 2nd release September 2021
  • SRP: 44.99$
  • Rarity: Low to Moderate


  • Although this figure doesn’t have lots of accessories, it does have the necessary ones to mimic memorable scenes from the anime, such as Sukunas’s finger and the cursed energy effect surrounding Itadori’s fists
  • This figure has an effect sheet to illustrate cursed energy flowing from Itadori’s body and a special base which represents Sukuna‘s influence
  • The seams on this figure’s hair are barely noticeable at all cause they blend in smoothly with Itadori’s spiky hairstyle
  • This figure doesn’t have any visible joints except for the default legs
  • The additional leg parts are perfect for posing the figure in Itadori’s usual attack stance


  • None of the faceplates or hand parts of this figure has Sukuna’s markings, so you’ll have to buy the Sukuna Nendoroid separately to form the image Itadori has when his body is taken over in the anime
  • You can’t move Sukuna’s finger from the hand part since it’s not detachable

2. Nendoroid Fushiguro Megumi

Nendoroid Fushiguro Megumi

Good Smile Company flawlessly produced the ‘chibi’ figure of the quiet and tight-lipped ‘bishounen’ or ‘pretty boy’ of Jujutsu Kaisen, Megumi. Unlike Itadori, this first version of Megumi is wearing the standard uniform of Tokyo Jujutsu Kaisen High without any alternations, paired off with peanut-brown boots.

Cause he’s a part of the main crew, this Megumi Nendoroid is a crucial addition to any Jujutsu Kaisen collection. Even if you don’t plan on getting every character from the series, this is undoubtedly one you shouldn’t skip.

  • Release date: May 2021
  • SRP: 37.99$
  • Rarity: Moderate


  • This figure comes with Megumi’s most well-known shikigami or familiar curses, a backdrop of Nue and the black Divine Dog
  • You can recreate the scenes of Megumi calling for Nue or the black Divine Dog as it’s shown in the anime cause this figure has the summoning hand parts
  • This figure includes several arm parts, so you can do a lot of arm and hand combinations
  • This figure comes with a special base that’s unique to Megumi; it has an image of his summoning hand sign
  • The seams on this figure’s hair aren’t that apparent, giving this version a polished appearance


  • This figure only comes with a single accessory, the black Divine Dog
  • You can’t swap the body parts with other Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids because their uniforms and shoes are different

3. Nendoroid Kugisaki Nobara

Nendoroid Kugisaki Nobara

Despite being the sole female first-year student of Tokyo Jujutsu High, Nobara is a headstrong and sassy Jujutsu Sorcerer. And this spunky spirit of hers was translated quite well in this Nendoroid version. Like the Megumi and Itadori Nendoroids, this tiny figure of Nobara fits right in as it’s wearing their school uniform, which is her regular get-up in the anime TV series.

  • Release date: August 2021
  • SRP: 44.99$
  • Rarity: Low to Moderate


  • This figure has many accessories, especially when compared to the Itadori and Megumi Nendoroids, and includes most of Nobara’s basic items from the anime
  • This figure comes with an effect sheet that shows the intense aura of Nobara when she’s executing an attack
  • The arm part attached to the nail and the removable hammer look exactly the same as in the anime
  • The only detectable seam on this figure is on the hair part, and it’s not even that visible
  • This figure includes the impaled voodoo doll on top of the severed arm of the cursed spirit, Eso, that Nobara kills with her Staw Doll Technique Resonance attack in episode 24 of the first season


  • Some stocks of this figure may have loose arm parts
  • The sleeveless left arm part of this figure looks weird because the seam on the wrist is obvious, and some of the interchangeable hand parts aren’t aligned well with the shape of the arm

4. Nendoroid Gojou Satoru

Nendoroid Gojou Satoru

Of course, you can’t possibly exclude this Gojo Nendoroid from your cart or shopping bag. Cause apart from being every girl’s favorite ‘ikemen’ or ‘handsome man’ in Jujutsu Kaisen, he’s also one of the story’s central characters as he’s the strongest Jujutsu Sorcerer to ever exist.

This first version of Gojou, wearing his dark violet outfit and leather shoes, is how he appears in the entire first season of the anime TV series.

  • Release date: July 2021
  • SRP: 48.99$
  • Rarity: Low to Moderate


  • The seams on the hair part are as good as invisible cause you can’t see lines or gaps on the figure’s head no matter which angle you look at it from
  • This figure basically has 6 looks that you can display since you can cover the 3  faceplates with the black blindfold to make different looks
  • This figure includes a special base with an image of Gojo’s hand sign for performing his domain expansion, Infinite Void
  • You can use the black sunglasses that this comes with on any of the faceplates as long as you use the front hairpiece with its hair down
  • This figure comes with various hand and arm parts so you can reproduce many of Gojo’s cursed techniques from the anime, such as Cursed Technique Amplification: Blue


  • Stocks of this figure may have paint quality issues as some Gojo Nendoroids have white paint spots on the blindfold from the hairpiece or vice versa
  • This figure only comes with 2 accessories

5. Nendoroid Gojou Satoru Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Version

Nendoroid Gojou Satoru Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Version

Are you just interested in the Jujutsu Kaisen anime TV series? If that’s the case, you can simply ignore this second Gojo. It’s not much different from the first one, and it’s also not how the character looks in the TV series anymore. But there’s no question that you’ll want this version of Gojo in your possession if you enjoyed Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie.

  • Release date: September 2022
  • SRP: 65.99$
  • Rarity: Low


  • By getting this figure in addition to the first version, you’ll have more faceplates of Gojo to play with, and you can use all of them with both Nendoroid versions
  • You can duplicate the scene in the movie where Gojo talks to Yuta about the ruined knife at the start of the movie cause this figure includes a bent knife accessory
  • This figure comes with a special black and red base that represents Gojo’s bandages from the movie 
  • This figure has the same mold as the first version of Gojo, but this younger version has a different vibe cause of the lighter hair color and the bandages
  • This figure comes with hand signs of the Cursed Techniques that Gojo uses in the movie


  • The bandages should’ve been done better cause you can see the distinct lines in between the two hairpieces
  • This figure is essentially the same as the first Nendoroid version, just with different faceplates and accessories
  • You can only get the bonus faceplate for this Nendoroid if you buy it directly from the Toho Animation store or a third party seller

6. Nendoroid Sukuna

Nendoroid Sukuna

Whether you love or hate him, Ryomen Sukuna, also known as the King of Curses, is a must-have Nendoroid if you’re a fan of Jujutsu Kaisen. Moreover, in spite of this form not being his original body, this version of him in Itadori’s body is the one that fans can immediately recognize.

Besides, wouldn’t it be awesome to bring home one of the most dangerous characters from Jujutsu Kaisen?

  • Release date: September 2022
  • SRP: 54.99$
  • Rarity: Low


  • You can display Sukuna in his domain, the Malevolent Shrine, because this figure includes a backdrop with an image of it
  • This Nendoroid comes with 3 faceplates of Sukuna’s most common facial expressions in the anime TV series
  • You can use this figure’s faceplate with the four eyes on the Itadori Nendoroid to copy the scenes in the anime where Sukuna possesses Itadori’s body
  • Good Smile Company faithfully followed Sukuna’s design in the anime as this Nendoroid even has the long fingernails on all of the hand parts
  • You can use the hairpiece of this figure on the Itadori Nendoroid to imitate the character’s ‘power up’ scenes from the anime, like when he’s using Divergent Fist


  • This figure only comes with 1 accessory, a buffalo skull, which is also too small as the ones you see him carry in the anime are much bigger
  • You have to buy this figure along with the Itadori Nendoroid just to get the complete possessed image of Itadori from the anime cause you’ll need Sukuna’s faceplates and hand parts

7. Nendoroid Nanami Kento

Nendoroid Nanami Kento

The salaryman turned Jujutsu Sorcerer, Nanami, is one of the major supporting characters in Jujutsu Kaisen. While he may not be on Gojou’s level, he’s a valuable sorcerer that strongly affects the flow of the story.

He’s also one of the vital characters in the series who guide and help Itadori develop his skills and power as a person and Jujutsu user. Based on his significance, this figure of Nanami naturally deserves to be part of any Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroid collection you plan on creating.

  • Release date: September 2022
  • SRP: 54.99$
  • Rarity: Low


  • This figure comes with more accessories than most Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids: a knife, mobile phone, sandwich, and an effect part of Nanami’s Ratio Technique
  • Since the figure has Nanami’s typical expressions, you can replicate many of his scenes from the anime, such as when he loosens his tie while fighting Mahito in episode 10 of season 1
  • This figure has a sticker effect sheet for you to use on the glasses to show how Nanami looks like when light is reflecting off of them
  • This figure has the appropriate arm and hand parts to repeat the scenes where Nanami talks to his colleagues on the mobile phone
  • You can use the knife accessory with other Nendoroids or use it as a prop for this figure since it’s detachable


  • The faceplates resemble Nanami, but they’re missing his defined cheekbones and sunken cheeks
  • You can’t place the glasses on all of the faceplates since they’re not detachable

8. Nendoroid Inumaki Toge

Nendoroid Inumaki Toge

At first, it might seem that Inumaki simply fades into the background whenever he’s on-air. Yet the cursed speech user is the 6th most popular character in Jujutsu Kaisen, as revealed in Shounen Jump’s 2021 popularity poll.

I think he’s a cutie too, and if you share the same opinion as me, you shouldn’t waste any time and preorder him ASAP.

  • Release date: June 2022
  • SRP: 52.99$
  • Rarity: Low


  • This version got nearly all of Inumaki’s details right, from the color and shading of his hair, all the way down to the style of his high top shoes
  • You can choose to display Inumaki’s face or keep it covered cause there are 2 versions of this figure’s high collar, a closed one that reaches up to his cheeks and an open one that shows his entire face
  • Since this figure includes all the necessary parts, you can recreate the scene from episode 18 season 1 where Inumaki attacks Hanami with his cursed speech
  • This figure has Inumaki’s most commonly used items from the anime as accessories, so you’ll be able to display him in his everyday poses
  • This figure comes with many types of hands and arms parts, making it easy to do various positions


  • The joints on the legs of this figure protrude too much when you stretch them to the limit
  • The markings near this figure’s mouth don’t match up with the anime’s character design cause the lines from Inumaki’s cheeks are supposed to extend until the corner of his lips

9. Nendoroid Zenin Maki

Nendoroid Zenin Maki

Regardless of being a non-sorcerer, Maki has skills and determination. As a result of her perseverance, she was even recommended by Mei Mei to be promoted to a Grade 1 Sorcerer at the end of Jujutsu Kaisen’s first season.

On top of that, she’s also one of the protagonists of Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie. Considering all of these things, you have to admit that Maki is indispensable to the story, wouldn’t you? Therefore if you liked her in the TV series and movie, this Nendoroid of hers belongs with you.

  • Release date: May 2022
  • SRP: 54$
  • Rarity: Low


  • The kunai accessory of this figure has a stand of its own, so it can float in any direction that you want
  • This figure has an overall clean appearance as the seams and joints can be barely seen
  • You can play around with this figure much more than with the other Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids because it has many weapon accessories: a kunai, naginata, and the special grade tool, the three-section staff Playful Cloud
  • The direction of this figure’s ponytail can be adjusted, making its poses feel more alive or real
  • The hue and shading of the figure’s hair give it a somewhat 3D finish


  • Good Smile Company didn’t stick to Maki’s light hazel eye color in the anime cause the Nendoroid version has dark hazel eyes
  • You can’t place other weapons on the weapon stand cause it can only hold the kunai

10. Nendoroid Panda


Panda‘s a cursed corpse mutation, yet he’s just as valuable as the other students of Tokyo Jujutsu High. Not to mention, he’s got a significant role as a comic relief character and reliable senpai to the first-year students.

With this in mind, Panda’s adorable yet feisty Nendoroid version will make a wonderful addition to your collection of Jujutsu users.

  • Release date: November 2022
  • SRP: 60.99$
  • Rarity: Low


  • Due to the figure’s smooth mold and solid colors, the seams aren’t evident
  • This figure has a bit more flexibility than the other Nendoroid cause you can pose this figure standing up or down
  • You technically get 2 figures when you buy this Nendoroid, as you’ll get Panda’s current version and his baby version as an accessory
  • Even in chibi form, you’ll still get all of the details of Panda’s character design in the anime, as this figure includes the arm part with the armband and panda boxing gloves
  • You can remake Panda’s image from Jujutsu Kaisen’s first ending credit song, Lost in Paradise by Miura Jam, cause this figure includes a red balloon accessory


  • Good Smile Company should’ve included a faceplate of Panda in Gorilla Mode cause this figure only has 2 faceplates
  • This figure’s angry faceplate could’ve been better cause it’s too cute and doesn’t look remotely aggressive like Panda’s face in the anime

11. Nendoroid Geto Suguru Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Version

Nendoroid Geto Suguru Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Version

Being that Geto is the big bad of the Jujutsu Kaisen anime TV series and movie, it’s a given that you should take this Nendoroid of him with you. I’ve taken a peek at the manga, and I’m telling you, he’s an unforgettable character that will continue to stir up the series for many seasons.

In short, if you want to collect Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids, it’ll be lacking without Geto. Buy this Nendoroid of him now while it’s still in stock. Who knows when or if he’ll even get another release later on.

  • Release date: August 2022
  • SRP: 65.99
  • Rarity: Low


  • If you use the Playful Cloud Staff from the Maki Nendoroid, you can duplicate the fight scenes between Geto and Yuta from the movie
  • This figure is a highly detailed small replica of Geto’s design from the movie, as it even has the elongated pierced earlobes
  • With this figure and the black orb accessory it comes with, you can already display many of Geto’s scenes from the movie in which he summons curses through his Cursed Spirit Manipulation technique
  • The facial expressions on this figure’s faceplates are great because they really reflect Geto’s personality, especially the one with the malicious smile


  • To display him with the Playful Cloud Staff he uses in the movie, you’ll have to buy the Maki Nendoroid cause it’s the only figure that has it
  • You can only get the 4th faceplate if you purchase this figure from the Toho Animation store

12. Nendoroid Okkotsu Yuta Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Version

Nendoroid Okkotsu Yuta Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Version

Sure, Itadori’s the protagonist of the series. But Yuta is currently the best boy of fans who’ve watched the movie. You’ve got to give him props, though. Cause not only does Yuta get his own film to establish his story, but he’s also one of the strongest Jujutsu Sorcerers in Jujutsu Kaisen.

With all that, how could you not want this badass Nendoroid of him? I know my preorder has been secured. You should get yours too.

  • Release date: July 2022
  • SRP: 65.99$
  • Rarity: Low


  • Good Smile Company did a thorough job with this figure, especially with the dark under-eye circles, as it fully captures the gloomy and lifeless vibe Yuta gives off in the movie
  • This figure includes an illustration sheet of Rika as a cursed spirit, so you can pose Yuta and Rika together like in the movie
  • This figure accurately copies Yuta’s character design from the movie, that even all the left-hand parts have Rika’s ring on it
  • Since this figure comes with the cursed megaphone tool accessory, you’ll be able to imitate the scene in the movie in which Yuta defeats Geto’s curses with cursed speech


  • The 4th faceplate of this figure can only be obtained when you order this Nendoroid from the Toho Animation store
  • The lower strap of this figure’s sword bag accessory doesn’t look like it’s properly attached

Nendoroid Swacchao! (Sitting) Line

Good Smile Company’s Nendoroid Swachchao! line is the same as their main one. The only difference is that all the characters are in seated positions. It also solidly focuses on in-demand characters, so you can expect a Swacchao! version of a popular Nendoroid to pop up sooner or later.

I wouldn’t buy one for myself since I prefer the regular line. They’re way cuter in my eyes and are much more customizable. However, I see its appeal and understand why people would buy them.

Swacchao! might be the right fit for you when you’re more interested in the core characters and have no plans to display them in various poses and are going for a specific look.

Here are the characters from Jujutsu Kaisen with Swacchao! versions:

1. Nendoroid Itadori Yuji Swacchao!

nendroid itadori yuji

Release date: October 2022

  • SRP: 32.99$
  • Rarity: Low

2. Nendoroid Fushigurou Megumi Swacchao!

Nendoroid Fushigurou Megumi Swacchao!

  • Release date: October 2022
  • SRP: 32.99$
  • Rarity: Low

3. Nendoroid Kugisaki Nobara Swacchao!

Nendoroid Kugisaki Nobara Swacchao!

  • Release date: October 2022
  • SRP: 32.099$
  • Rarity: Low

4. Nendoroid Gojou Satoru Swacchao!

Nendoroid Gojou Satoru Swacchao!

  • Release date: October 2022
  • SRP: 32.99$
  • Rarity: Low

Possible Future Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids

Due to the success of Jujutsu Kaisen’s movie and anime TV series, you can pretty much expect that countless toys of varying kinds and sizes will be flooding the toy community. For this reason, you can be more or less assured that there will be more Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids in the coming years.

I mean, in less than 2 years, there’s only been 1 season and 1 movie, yet there are already 11 characters that have Nendoroid versions. Clearly, the demand is present, so no toy company will want to drop the ball on the title now, right?

On that note, Good Smile Company, in particular, has recently started focusing on the major supporting characters in the series. In other words, you better start saving up a bit now as new Nendoroids will probably be announced as more seasons of the anime TV series airs.

Here are some of the possible characters that I think will have Nendoroid versions in the future:

  • Zenin Mai
  • Todo Aoi
  • Miwa Kasumi
  • Toji Fushiguro
  • Yaga Masamichi
  • Mahito
  • Mei Mei

I won’t explain why I feel they’re important cause I don’t want to spoil any details from the manga that haven’t been shown in the anime. All I can say is that the story needs them to progress.

Aside from that, there’s also a chance that certain characters will have variants, as many of them will go through drastic physical changes sometime in the story. At this point, all you and I can really do is wait and see what Good Smile Company will do.


Question: How Many Nendoroids Will There Be Of Jujutsu Kaisen?

Answer: The final number of Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids can’t be determined right now since Good Smile Company hasn’t revealed any news. As of writing, 11 characters from the anime TV series and movie have been made into a Nendoroid.

Question: Are Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids Expensive?

Answer: Since there are still plenty of Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids available at retail stores, the Nendoroids are reasonably priced. However, once 1-2 years have gone without new rereleases, you can expect the prices to increase.

Question: Why Doesn’t This Specific Jujutsu Kaisen Character Have A Nendoroid?

Answer: Good Smile Company doesn’t publicly disclose the basis for choosing which movie, game, or anime characters will be turned into a Nendoroid. However, they do follow a pattern. They typically focus on popular characters in Japan, regardless of the demand of international fans.
For example, the Chainsaw Man anime hasn’t been aired yet. But GSC released the Denji and Power Nendoroids based on it cause the title is one of the best-selling manga in Japan.
Chainsaw Man was written by Fujimoto Tatsuki from 2018 to 2020, and it was only made available in English in late 2020.

Jujutsu Kaisen Nenderoid Guide: Conclusion

Since Jujutsu Kaisen Nendoroids haven’t been released in the market for that long, they are relatively easy to find. Meaning now is as good as ever to go after them if you want to begin your collection. Plus, they’re affordable, so you’ll just be paying a little over their SRP.

But even if you don’t want to purchase them all, I’d recommend that you at least buy the characters you want while they’re still inexpensive. Cause I can say that some characters will be harder to find after a year or two. For instance, the Gojo Jujutsu Kaisen 0 version is unlikely to get a second release cause the ‘young Gojo’ doesn’t appear in the series anymore.

My best tip when it comes to Nendoroids is to choose the ones that you genuinely like and don’t follow the hype. Use this guide to pick out characters you are somewhat sure you won’t be selling a few months later.

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