Japan's Tsutenkaku Robot, a rather unwieldy construction based on Osaka's Tsutenkaku Tower, was recently shown off in Tokyo's Akihabara district. During the robot's exhibition, the developers brought the robot over to a nearby store for a photo opportunity with Honda's Asimo robot.
Weighing in at around 66 pounds and 5 feet 7 inches tall, the robot's main function is to promote tourism to Osaka, thus its limited feature set can be excused as it hobbles around Japan Frankestein-like. You can see video of the Tsutenkaku Robot in action here.
Via Asahi News