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Japan Is Slowly But Surely Being Taken Over By Giant Robot Statues

Tetsuin 28-go at Kobe's Wakamatsu Park (Images courtesy Kobe-Tetsujin.com)
By Andrew Liszewski

By now you’re probably well aware of the 1/1 scale Gundam statue that currently towers over Tokyo, Japan, but it seems the whole country is making a concerted effort to get its citizens used to the presence of giant robot overlords. Kobe’s Wakamatsu Park is next in line and will soon have their very own 60-foot tall, 50-ton statue of Tetsujin 28-go, aka Iron Man #28. But unlike the Gundam in Tokyo, Kobe’s statue won’t move or anything, but will remain stalwart in a ready-to-defend-the-country-against-Godzilla pose.

I’ve also included a video of the statue under construction after the jump.

[ Kobe Project ] VIA [ TOYSREVILs I LIKE TOYS ]








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