Very unique piece. I, for one, find the notion of one-off pieces very appealing. It feels more like buying art than buying a manufactured product (not that the good people at Horikawa/Yonezawa/etc. weren't artists in their own right...)
I'd also recommend checking out CollectionDX and Toybox DX- there's a ton of info and reviews on there of the toys of Japanese tokusatsu characters (Ultraman, Kamen Rider, etc.) and also the classic robot anime characters (Mazinger Z, Tetsujin 28, Getter Robo, etc.).
Fear not, dromers! Justin is here to translate! (Seriously, I get busy and don't check this forum for upwards of 10 days sometimes. If there is something in Japanese somebody wants translated, don't be shy, PM me! That way I'll get an email reminded about it. I'll gladly help fellow robot nuts).
Here is what that flyer reads:
Their arms and legs move!
It's the fun wooden robots!
The robots that were born from a large tree still contain the tree's warmth.
They want to play freely in the small hands of small children.
As for where to find them, the best price I could find online is 2,352 yen for the set of six. Here is the link:
It appears this store does not ship internationally and they don't have an English website. so you will have to rely on a middle man company to get them. If you are serious about doing this, you can PM me about advice as I have bought through several of these and they have pros and cons.
It seems that Devo, the band that brought you "Whip It" and similar hits, are teaming up with some programmers to make a robot builder and synthesizer app for iOS. They have posted the project for crowd sourcing on kickstarter, and they are about a third of the way there. Those who pledge $350 get a custom figure of their robot! Personally I think it's pretty cool, and I'm happy to see they are using the Smoking Spaceman in their promo graphics.
Here is the link to their kickstarter page:
Come on Alphadrome, you know you want this, so let's make it happen!