Wait around until after the sun goes down, and you’ll be rewarded once again, as the Destroy Mode’s panels glow extra-bright at night.
The nocturnal festivities also include music and video accompaniment at 7:30, 8, 8:30, 9, and 9:30, when clips from the anime are projected onto the exterior of Diver City and Gundam theme songs are played from speakers. During these brief shows, the statue also transforms to Unicorn Mode and back, and this is also your only chance to spot the Destroy Mode in its crowd-pleasing green “Awakened” version.
But whether you make a day out of it or simply stop by to say a quick hi to Tokyo’s new robotic resident, the Unicorn Gundam is an awesome sight to behold, and definitely worth a visit when you’re in Tokyo.
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