Gundam Front Tokyo limited venue items, indoor and outdoor exhibition video added April 18, 2012

Gundam Front Tokyo Indoor exhibition
they have finally opened the exhibit in public! with limited items, and more cool gundam stuff!

HG 1/144 Strike Freedom Gundam Ver.GFT
Price: 1,600 yen
comes with Strike Freedom Bust

HGUC 1/144 ν Gundam Ver.GFT (left)
Price: 2,500 yen

1/35 Core Fighter Ver.GFT (right)
Price: 4,500 yen

HG 1/144 Gundam Ver.GFT (left)
Price: 1,600 yen

Mega Size Model 1 / 48 Gundam Ver.GFT (right)
Price: 7,800 yen

Two species "Dekometashiru" Gold and Silver (left)
Price: 500 Yen each

"Gundam Original Towel" (center)
Price1,200 yen each

"Gundam Original pen" (right)
Price: 300 yen each (tax included)


Gundam Cafe special menu!
just across the street :)

Tokyo Gundam official brochure front (left) (tentative) 
Price: 500 yen 

"Original Clear File" (right) set of 2 
Price: 600 yen 

"Assorted Cookies (provisional)" (left) 
price: 1,000 yen

"Choco Crunch (provisional name)"  (right)
price: 1,000 yen

The Japanese conglomerate Bandai announced on Sunday that it will open a miniature theme park called Gundam Front Tokyo at Diver City Tokyo — next to the 1/1-scale Gundam statue that is being rebuilt there. Starting on April 19, the general public can visit both the Gundam Front Tokyo "entertainment space" and the statue on Tokyo's artificial island of Odaiba. 

Gundam Front Tokyo will be on the seventh floor of Diver City Tokyo Plaza, and the 2,050-square-meter (about 22,000-square-foot) space will charge admission (1,000 yen or US$13 for adults), although some areas will be free. The paid-admission zones will feature a 16-meter-wide (52-foot-wide) hemispherical dome theater for immersive videos, a project display zone with rare production materials, an archive counter that will offer visitors information on various Gundam projects, and "photospots" for taking pictures within the world of Gundam (with characters). The free zones will include a display of the plastic models throughout the franchise's history and a Gundam Apparel Shop.

The plaza will also have an official shop for character goods and the second Gundam Café on the second floor. (The first café opened in Tokyo's Akihabara district in 2010.)
Bandai, the anime studio Sunrise, and Gundam rights holder Sotsu established a Gundam Front Tokyo Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) on January 24 to run the project.

info from animenewsnetwork and

gunpla collection!

1/1 RG Strike Freedom Bust


images and info from animenewsnetwork via, amiami and GA graphic and amiami

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