Yexel Toy Museum in Las Pinas: Wonderland of Imagination

| February 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

The awesome and incredible Yexel Toy Museum in Las Pinas is a fascinating tourist attraction from the genius mind of Yexel Sebastian, the youngest Filipino toy collector of today. He started collecting toys during his formative years. Currently, the Toy Museum of Yexel is being visited by thousands of anime lovers all over the country. There is an inspirational quote which might have motivated him to become the Walt Disney of Philippines.

Yexel Toy Museum in Las Pinas.

Yexel Toy Museum in Las Pinas.

It goes like this.If you can dream it, do it. From then on, Yexel Sebastian made his dream a fruitful reality. Being the proud owner of Yexel Toy Museum in Las Pinas, Sebastian began with his multi-million peso hobby by clustering toy freebies from famous fast food chains in the Philippines. As years passed, he began his passionate rendezvous with life-sized playthings. When his simple to the most expensive toy collections had swiftly grown in multitudes, Sebastian has decided to establish to put up a four-leveled toy dream land; where he can carefully store all these huge toy replicas to further benefit children and adults of all ages.

Robot collections at Yexel Toy Museum.

Robot collections at Yexel Toy Museum.

Through his immeasurable perseverance, hard work, patience and faith he had successfully built the largest anime toy land ever conceived in the Philippines. Although it’s a bit expensive at Php 300.00 per person. You won’t regret any single moment when you enter the cozy and yet strict premises of the one and only toy archive in the Philippines. Why is this particular tourist spot had been categorically described as extremely expensive, for quiet sometime? The succeeding paragraphs, will vividly unravel the hidden and creative secrets as to why this captivating toy repository is dubbed as the mini version of Disneyland without unnecessary exaggerations. Here are some of the prolific and magnificent highlights of this newest craze in the world of classical toys and Japanese animations.

Features

The Toy Museum of Yexel exudes a kind of naïve and explorative ambiance of a well-versed and brilliant cognition in terms of world-class artistry incomparable creativity and insurmountable peak of global prominence. All of these momentous attributions are amalgamated into these phenomenal features or highlights:

  • Simpson’s Family – Upon entering the premises of the Yexel Toy Museum, eager spectators would be surprised to see the famed Simpson’s family. This story is about a nuclear kind of family composed of Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and Maggie. It is ascribed as a delusional illogical and a politically-inclined family. Due to Yexel Sebastian’s overflowing admiration of these characters, his royal-like toy museum initially showcases these cartoon characters at the main entrance of his plush museum of toys
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  • Disney Characters, Mario Brothers and Doraemon – These funny cartoon characters can be found at the first section of this eye-popping Philippine toy archive. Therefore, it brings back our nostalgic but happy childhood mnemonics
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  • Doraemon and Nobita Mahjong Jamming – These anime figures significantly represent the social attitudes of people toward their friends and peers, under the same roof. At the Toy Museum of Yexel, these toys excellently depicted the artistic craftsmanship of real mahjong gob
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  • One Piece, Astroboy Lupin and Detective Conan – These are some of the widely-recognized Japanese anime characters, which made the lazy afternoon of kids and adults as thrilling as their own real life stories
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  • Lightning McQueen – It is the anime alter ego of Knight Rider. Also, it is a popular red-colored car in the animated movie flick Cars. By the way, Lightning McQueen is located at the first floor of the Sebastian Toy Museum Las Pinas
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At the second floor, these cartoon characters with human-like heights and dimensions are found:

  • Super Mario Brothers in 3D / Street Fighters Anime Characters – These miniatures are some of the still undeveloped anime figures, which are gilt-edged and bolstered with impressive cleverness; thereby, deserving an overwhelming kind of appreciation for a lifetime
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  • Covert Anime Door – This portion of the Sebastian Toy Museum, Las Pinas showcases the classic Marvel comic heroes like Superman, Spiderman and Ironman. Additionally, the newest member of this hidden secret in such a sprawling toy depository is no other but Chuckie and Gollum respectively. These are all life-sized cartoon figures, which colorfully signify how the world of anime has tremendously evolved with utmost glory and an undisputed definition of human oddity
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  • Gandalf to Legolas, Gollum and Frodo. Amazingly, these are the composite members of a limited anime edition of Shards of Narsil. Best of all, you can find almost 500 Narsil repros. Incidentally, four of these cartoon images are superbly manufactured in the Philippines
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Location

The exact location of Yexel Toy Museum in Las Pinas City is somewhere in Sampaguita Street, Pilar Village. It is just merely two blocks away from the south bound section of SM in the same city. Getting there, is so convenient and easy. First, Las Pinas residents should ride a jeepney which traverses the Alabang-Zapote Road. After which, ask the driver to stop at the aforementioned village. Significant landmarks to this tourist attraction are as follows: Jollibee and a 7 Eleven convenient store branch. Then, ride a tricycle. Simply instruct the driver to take the famous toy museum of Yexel Sebastian.

The Yexel Toy Museum In Las Pinas is definitely a must see scenic spot because of its impeccable architectural structures and marvelous anime figures which make Philippine Tourism a unique and distinct key agent, in shaping its local version of the internationally-acclaimed Disneyland.

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