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Odaiba Gundam on Flickr

Yesterday, flickr featured the 1/1 Gundam statue at Odaiba on its daily blog. They have an English and Chinese version of the blog.

flickr Blog

My photos of Gundam were featured in the Chinese version.

flickr Blog (English)
flickr Blog (English)

You can see more of my flickr Gundam photos here, and the previous post I wrote about Gundam as well.

Thanks to all those who contacted me through flickr and added me as a contact. I have had over 3,000 views from this publicity. It is great to see the international interest in this Gundam Project.

Help Keep Gundam Alive
The statue is planned to be at Odaiba until the end of August this year. There are no fixed plans for the Gundam statue after that.

Let me know in the comments below what you think about making the statue a permanent fixture and what location would be good. I will try and talk with the Gundam Project team and find a way to keep Gundam alive !!

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whipcracker July 11, 2009 at 3:24 pm

How about the Otaku capital, Akihabara it would fit in just fine. Or maybe somewhere in your neck of the woods there in Shibuya.Thirdly if hoping Tokyo gets the Olympic 2016 bid somewhere near the opening ceremonies a great way to welcome the visitors.

Shibuya246 July 13, 2009 at 4:23 pm

Akihabara would be a nice spot, although the image of Gundam rising over Tokyo from a leafy park is quite wonderful

whipcracker July 13, 2009 at 3:57 pm

Hey lets all help in keeping the Gundam staue from being taken down or what ever they plan on doing with it in Aug. To spend all that money,time and effort to loose it would be a shame. Send in your comments to Shibuya 246 in keeping this great structure for everyone to to see. I'll do anything to help.

Shibuya246 July 13, 2009 at 4:23 pm

Thanks for your support. I'll see what is happening and let you know.

Bill Bartmann September 10, 2009 at 2:39 am

Cool site, love the info.


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