This is a 1.8-million LEGO block build of a futuristic version of Japan's skyline. Over 5,000 children gathered at six different centers across the country to participate in the project, and all the buildings were brought to Tokyo and connected into a giant map of Japan. Pretty cool, right? Also, who knew future Japan was gonna have so many mile-high skyscrapers? "Holy shit this is gonna be fun," I imagine Godzilla saying to himself.
Hit the jump for some closeups.
Thanks to chichi, who agrees the prettiest skyline is the sun setting over the ocean.
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