EVOLTA Robot Does it Again!

Nov 22, 2010

Today on November 22, 2010, Panasonic's EVOLTA Robot finished his long 500km journey across the '53 Stations of the Tokaido' one of Japan's most important ancient roads. Starting from Tokyo, EVOLTA Robot nicknamed EVOLTA-kun in Japanese arrived at his final destination of Sanjo Bridge in Kyoto at 3:33pm Japan time despite some challenges due to weather conditions.

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    Supporters waiting at goal point, Sanjo Bridge
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    Letters and Pictures from EVOLTA-kun Fans
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    Sister Misa leading EVOLTA-kun to his goal
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    Four sisters together with EVOLTA-kun to the finish line
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    Supporters and EVOLTA creator Tomotaka Takahashi Waiting at the Goal Line
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    EVOLTA-kun Reaches his Goal!
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    Hat's off to EVOLTA-kun's completed challenge!

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