Fun Link Friday: Japanese Life in Lego

Last week we featured a Fun Link Friday of Suntory Whisky’s advertising through manufacturing high-tech 3-D ice cubes of fantastic things like the Golden Pavilion or Godzilla, but sometimes you need to appreciate the low-tech options, too. 🙂

At the end of last year, Tokyo Desu featured a neat post on building images of life in Japan using Legos. They gathered these images from a lot of different sources, but it’s fabulous to see them all gathered together. The images range from your classic sakura trees to sushi and giant oni (ogres). Be sure to check out the original article and see them all, along with links to the original sources where you can see more!



About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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