An adorable baby doll from Japan that uses baby words to communicate with baby and toddler visitors has been featured on the popular online Japanese toy store Baby Toys.
The doll is called the Baby Yoda toy and has a special “baby” design to represent its child-like appearance.
It was launched by Baby Yodas creator and creator of Baby, Anna Cooper, on May 3, and the dolls have been sold out in Japan since.
Cooper, who is a professional translator, said she was inspired by the popularity of the dolls on her Japanese Facebook page and the trend was quickly spreading to other Asian countries.
“Japanese kids love the idea of having cute dolls that are very unique and can speak their own language,” Cooper told Al Jazeera.
“We’re really proud of it, it’s a very beautiful doll.”
The doll features a series of faces with a wide range of emotions and personality traits.
The face with the most emotions, for example, is a baby who says ‘I love you’ while smiling at Cooper.
The baby doll has also been known to speak English.
The toy is called Baby Yodo and it is currently available for purchase from Baby Toys for 1,990 yen ($US0.80).
Cooper said she thought it would be a great idea to create a toy for a new generation of Japanese children.
“It’s such a cute and cute thing to have in their lives,” she said.
Cooper said that she hopes the doll will encourage children to be curious and explore different cultures. “
I think it’s so important that we can show Japanese children the beauty of their culture, and I think it makes a really strong connection with our Japanese friends.”
Cooper said that she hopes the doll will encourage children to be curious and explore different cultures.
“What I want to see is a doll that is really special and a doll who can communicate with the Japanese community,” she told Alja-Suarez.
“If there are dolls that people can relate to and really feel connected to, that’s what I’m really interested in.”
The baby dolls are part of a trend among Japanese children to express affection towards other Japanese, with Cooper’s doll being the first to feature such a message.
Cooper’s Baby Yods have sold out worldwide, with Baby Yode dolls currently being sold for around 1,000 yen ($0.77).
The doll was developed by Cooper, a professional English-language translator who has worked for over two decades as a translator in Japan.
The idea for the doll came after she and her husband, Andrew Cooper, decided to spend two years visiting family in Japan in 2018.
“After two years, we decided that it was time to go back and visit Japan and we wanted to spend some more time with family and friends, and we had this idea of making a doll,” Cooper said.
Cooper said it was her husband who first introduced her to the idea, and they began talking to other people who had similar experiences in Japan and came up with a concept of how to make a doll.
“He explained it to me, and it became clear to me that we needed to create something unique,” she added.
“When we were working on it, I realised that it would take time to perfect it, so it took a long time before I thought it was really something we wanted.”
The dolls are a response to the popularity and interest in Japanese culture among Japanese kids, who have developed a fascination with it.
“People are just looking at dolls,” Cooper explained.
They don’t know what it means to be Japanese and Japanese culture, or the meaning of love and the meaning and the joy and the beauty that is the Japanese way. “
But there are also lots of kids who don’t understand it.
Cooper’s goal with the project was to create the perfect doll for Japanese children and their parents. “
They don’t really understand that, and this doll is the doll that helps them understand.”
Cooper’s goal with the project was to create the perfect doll for Japanese children and their parents.
“The goal was to bring them closer to the culture, to make them feel more connected to it, to show them that the Japanese culture is really something special and beautiful,” she explained.