If you are not a LEGO fan, then become one, for LEGO’s new Tokyo construction set from its Architecture Collection is certain to make you its diehard fan.
LEGO Architecture Skylines: Tokyo 21051 set enables you to build the stunning skyline of the capital city of Japan. It is undoubtedly the largest and the most interesting city in the world. With it, you get a chance to recreate some of the most famous buildings of this city.
With this set, you can construct Tokyo’s scaled-down models of landmark buildings, such as Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, the Big Sight exhibition center, and the Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower. This incredible scene gets completed by a picturesque view of the snow-capped Mount Fuji in the background. Not only this, but the set also includes detailed landmarks, such as Shibuya Crossing and the cherry blossoms of Chidorigafuchi Park.
If you are wondering how big the whole cityscape really is? Well, it is just over 11 inches (28 cm) high, 10 inches (27cm) wide, and 3 inches (10cm) deep. It requires 547 pieces to complete and the LEGO bricks are designed to provide authentic architectural details in actual vibrant colors. Of course, the whole cityscape rests on a sleek baseplate provided with the set, which has ‘Tokyo’ inscribed on it.
LEGO Architecture set, which costs $59.99 on Amazon, is a great souvenir for visitors and an ideal gift for those who reside in the city or dream of paying a visit to it. The set captures the essence of the world’s best-known buildings of this iconic city. To add to the allure of LEGO city, you can illuminate it with an LED lighting kit that you can procure separately. The set also offers a booklet about Tokyo and the model designer. This LEGO set is ideal for those over 16 years of age.
LEGO Architecture Skylines: Tokyo 21051 Building Kit
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