AMX-104GG R-GyaGya


Model number: AMX-104GG
Code name: R-GyaGya
Unit type: custom mobile suit model kit
Inspiration: AMX-104 R-Jarja (Gundam ZZ); YMS-15 Gyan (Mobile Suit Gundam)
Team: Song Dynasty Vase
Builder: Kaoruko Sazaki
Dimensions: overall height 22.2 meters
Weight: max gross 65.7 metric tons
Armor materials: plastic
Equipment and design features: none
Fixed armaments: 2 x shield, features 8 x beam cutter and many x missile, can be mounted on shoulders or hand-carried; 2 x Gatling gun, mounted on rear shoulder binders; beam saber, stored in recharge rack on left hip armor, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: twin beam sword

The AMX-104GG R-GyaGya was a custom Gunpla built by Kaoruko Sazaki of team Song Dynasty Vase. It was primarily inspired by the AMX-104 R-Jarja from the 1986-87 anime TV series Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ. However, Kaoruko also incorporated elements from Mobile Suit Gundam’s YMS-15 Gyan, a Gunpla she and her older brother Susumu were both obsessed with (to the point that she was known by the nickname “Gyanko,” or Gyan girl). The R-GyaGya mounted a pair of shields on its shoulders similar to the Gyan’s, which were equipped with missiles and beam cutters and could be handheld. The Gunpla’s other armaments included a pair of Gatling guns, a beam saber and a twin beam sword. Kaoruko’s team was eliminated from the qualifiers for the 13th Gunpla Battle Japanese U-19 Championship, but in the following year she created another Gyan-inspired unit, the YMS-15KRT02 Gyancelot.

Pilot: Kaoruko “Gyanko” Sazaki
First appearance: Gundam Build Fighters Try
Original mechanical designer: Kanetake Ebikawa




Rear view




Twin beam sword

Build Fighters Try Info

Shinya Watada

Yousuke Kuroda

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Kanetake Ebikawa
Junya Ishigaki
Junichi Akutsu
Kenji Teraoka
Shinya Terashima
Susumu Imaishi
Fumikane Shimada

Character Designer:
Kenichi Ohnuki

Musical Composer(s):
Yuuki Hayashi
Asami Tachibana

25 episodes

Japan 10.08.2014 – 04.01.2015
Streaming 10.08.2014 – 04.01.2015


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