The first Zombuki doll was created in 2007 using a Pullip (Japense fashion) doll as a base. Born out of a love of customizing toys, Pullip dolls became the official Zombuki muse and eventually fell the whole line of dolls from Groove (known formerly as Jun Planning) had fallen under the brush. Over the course of six years over sixty Zombuki fashion dolls have been created and adopted by people all over the world. In 2010 kokeshi dolls, a traditional Japanese folk doll, was added to the Zombuki family. The Zombuki have also been featured in their share of publications and contemporary art galleries including the Japanese American Nation Museum and The Valley of the Dolls in Los Angeles and Pink Ghost Gallery and Super7 in Florida.