27 December 2013

Gundam Front Tokyo 2013

I visited Gundam Front Tokyo in Odaiba last year, and it was a great time out there. This year I visited it again with my old schoolmates, and while a lot of things are expected to remain the same, some exhibited items have been changed.

1/1 Gundam in red lighting. Looks very much like Char's Gundam now~

There is a special video projected on one side of the mall behind the Gundam promoting its appearance, as well as showing Acguy in Gundam colours, which one can buy its model (together with other Gundam Front Tokyo limited models) in the souvenir shop.

Gundam Build Fighters, promoting upcoming Star Build Strike Gundam

Kampfer Amazing

MG 1/100 Gundam 3.0

Gundam heads in 1/10 scale

Lineart of MG 1/100 Gundam 3.0

And many linearts for other MGs (click to open)

1/10 Hyaku Shiki

1/10 weapons

1/10 shields

1/100 scale weapons

1/100 scale shields

Various shields from 1/100 Gunpla, showing the variety in shapes and functionality

A small section is dedicated to the mass produced MS of the Gundam series. It mentions how grunt machines are added in the Gundam series to add the sense of warfare and reality.

Zaku type MS of the Universal Century

GM type MS of the Universal Century

Some display samples of Zaku type MS, for example MS-06RD-4 and Zaku tank from The 08th MS Team, which are not released as models as of today.

GM type MS model samples on display.

1/10 scale Blast, Force, and Sword Silhouette packs for Impulse Gundam

Wing / backpack part for various 1/100 Gunpla, showing their different appearances and functions

Drawings for the 1/1 scale RX-78-2 Gundam, with details showing the measurements and colours on individual parts

1/10 scale Strike Freedom Gundam on display

A specially customised MG 1/100 Strike Rouge in the image that Matsui Rena of SKE48 designed, together with a custom colour HG 1/144 Build Strike Gundam on display next to it

Char's customised Canon printer on display, which is available for order

And finally some beef udon to finish up the night~

Gundam Tokyo Front 2013


  1. Such details at that show and not sure I would have left the place. I want that Canon Printer to replace mine now :^(

    1. There were a lot to see even though I was revisiting the place. It was a tad awkward that my friends had to wait for me to finish taking photos here and there, but it was worth it! Wasn't expecting the printer at all, but it doesn't look too out of place with its design!

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