LEGO Architecture: Imperial Hotel in Tokyo Japan

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The LEGO Architecture series is one of the greatest collections to ever hit the retail scene from the poplar toy brick maker. To kick off the New Year in architecture inspired brick structures, LEGO introduces the LEGO Architecture: Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan.

Created in the late 1880s to house the increasing number of western visitors to Japan, the Imperial Hotel was designed by the world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The original building is no longer intact, but LEGO allows aspiring minds to build their own smaller scaled brick model with this detailed set. “Our ambition is to inspire minds of all ages as they learn about the world’s most iconic buildings and structures,” LEGO stated. You can purchase your LEGO Imperial Hotel set for about $95.

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