Outlets! In Japan, they are works of art, reflecting the city or region or city that are found with beautiful designs and even beautiful colors.
Earlier, we saw Pokémon manholes, which were large and excellent. The first Pokémon manholes were installed in 2019, but since last August, there were already 100 of them.
We’ve seen it too Gundam chjappi at first, because of course we have it! Back in 2019, the first ones have been unveiled for the Inagi city of Tokyo, with a five that are set. (Note that Pokémon the tombs of men are doubled Poké Futa in Japanese, or Poké Lid, while Gundam man’s hats are simply Gundam Manhooru.)
And now, Japan is becoming even more so. According to the official site Gundam.info, Char’s men Zaku and Gundam will be installed on August 1 in Odawara, Kanagawa.
Why Odawara? Well, it’s the hometown of Gundam creator Yoshiyuki Tomino, who was also on hand with the city’s mayor at the official opening ceremony.
In Gundam tomb, Odawara castle can be seen in the background, while Zaku presents a fish. It is suitable because the city has been famous for a long time fishing port.
Above is a render, but in the photo below you can see what the actual man’s eyes are like. I think they are fantastic.
The men’s trails are the latest entrants into the Gundam Manhole Project. Yes, that’s the official name! It helps to revitalize the local economy through the power of Gundam… and man wells.
People in Japan actually love to look at tombs when they visit places. A friend of mine always stays and takes pictures of him; however, I’m not sure it’s impetuous enough just to visit a city or town. Odawara looks beautiful, though! The new Gundam tombs are an added bonus, and the city being Tomino’s hometown makes them extra special.