Having already chronicled the proud presentation of the 1/1 scale Mobile Suit Gundam in Shizuoka, Japan last year, YouTube user darwinfish105 has returned to see the mech warrior reassembled in Odaiba. Gundam's legs get most of the love here as crews work to return the RX-78-2 to its rightful configuration. It's basically the biggest exercise in gunpla (Gundam model kit building) known to man. See the epic construction in action after the cut.
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