Japan in 1.8 Million Bricks Aug 21st

This recreation of Japan in a mere 1,800,800 Lego bricks is pretty impressive. With 5000 builders, that's only 360 bricks each. With a relative scale, most of these buildings would be in space.

Reminds me (in scale, if nothing else) of the Lego house from the BBC's Toy Story series.

This was posted on Tuesday 21st August, 2012 at 10:43 am Pacific.

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