Those who have dreamed of having their own giant robot can now thank Amazon for selling such a machine.

However, the robot, called Kuratas, doesn't come cheap, as Amazon Japan is selling a starter's kit for the mech robot for 120,000,000 yen (about $1,020,000), according to The Verge.

While Kogoro Kurata, the Japanese blacksmith who built Kuratas, bills his creation as a "toy," it stands at 12.5 feet tall, weighs five tons and comes with a BB Gating gun that can fire 6,000 rounds per minute.

The user has to climb into the robot and press a button that positions them into the cockpit in order to operate Kuratas, ABC News reported. A video released in 2012 when the robot was first created said you can also use their smartphone to control the machine if your mobile device is linked to a 3G network.

Perhaps the most intriguing feature of Kuratas is that it takes orders based on the user's facial expressions. All you have to do is smile, and the robot will fire at your enemies.

People interested in getting their hands on Kuratas should be aware of a couple things before going on Amazon, The Verge reported. First, they can't get it through Amazon Prime, and second, it doesn't come with the arms, as they are sold separately.

The Amazon Japan website currently says there is only one Kuratas on sale, without saying if more were expected to be made available, ABC News reported. Whether or not someone has actually purchased the robot is also unknown.