Last year we brought you Japan's plans and pricing for building a life-sized Gundam Robot, and now it has actually been created.
The enormous Gundamn Robot resembles the robots from â€œTransformersâ€ and stands 59 feet tall in the heart of Tokyo.
Open to the public in July, this giant Gundamn Robot will certainly be the centre of attraction for many travelers this summer.
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The Gundamn Robot Stands 59 Feet Tall in Tokyo (UPDATE)
- By: Tisah TucknottJun 15, 2009 Updated: Jun 7 2011