Bootlegs are fake merchandise pieces made after items. They can often be told apart from the real object due to quality, such as a lack of proper labeling or stickers, a poor paint job, and price. Bootleg items are normally very cheaply made, and can be either very expensive, or cheap.
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Keychains, figurines etc
- Motto patisserie keychains - These keychains have been around for a while. They seem to be based on the official gashapon figurines with similar poses. However, their incorrect paint jobs make it evident they are fake.
- Patisserie Onpu - has a poor paint job in comparison to the real figure.
- Chinese dress keychains - There is no proof these are official. It is theorized the heads were taken from another figure.
- Ojamajo melody - While not poorly made, someone has taken the heads from Ojamajo Doremi figures and attached them to figures from the series, Mermaid Melody.
- Princess tutu ojamajos - Same as above.
- Doremi singing plush - If squeezed, this Doremi figure will sing "Butterfly", by Smile.dK.
- Dancing fever ojamajo - Like the Chinese or ballerina keychains, these can often be found on most bootleggers shops or galleries. Assumed makers of the butterfly and bathing suit figures as well.
- Teenage Onpu - By the same maker of previous keychains, this one shows Onpu with an older body attached to a chunky lavender clasp.
- Bootleg parara tap - This looks like the real product, but has no Bandai logo, and misspellings and Chinese writing on the back of the packaging.
- Bootleg sweet poron - This is the same as the product above, but it also comes with hair clips and a comb, and where those items are listed on the set, one can clearly see that the text reading "parara tap" in Japanese that was next to it was not erased. It also has the dokkan versions of Doremi and Hana-chan on the packaging.
- Bootleg jewelry poron - This wand has no Ojamajo Doremi logo on it! Instead, it has Chinese writing on it, and it also comes with what appears to be sliver nail polish. The instructions also list the batteries as part of the toy and translated them as "dried battery".
- Wall scrolls - These easy to produce copies may look like real Ojamajo Doremi merchandise. But they are not, evident by use of non-official (though sometimes official) artwork.
- Mix and match apron - This pink apron may be cute, but it is unofficial due to obvious reasons.
- Ojamajo Doremi stickers - A one hundred piece sticker set full of stickers. Only some seem to be official, while others are from the official dress up paper dolls and fanon.
- USB Flash Drive - These have been spotted on Amazon and much like the wall scrolls they can be mass-produced very easily to be made of official and fan artwork. It is unknown if they really work or not.