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  1. MOC#94-2 Sushi Restaurant, Japan Office Building 2nd Floor I already showed the 1st-floor 7-Eleven in the previous post. This post is for the sushi restaurant on the 2nd floor. I also created the video to show you the detail: More MOC on my homepage:
  2. LEGO MOC#94-1 7-Eleven Convenience Store, Japan Office Building 1st floor, レゴセブン-イレブンコンビニ, 樂高7-11便利店 I have designed a four floors office building in Japanese style. I am going to introduce each floor one by one in separate posts. This post is to show the 7-Eleven convenience store on the 1st floor. The slide doors at the entrance can be opened and closed by turning the gear on the top. I also created a stop-motion video to demonstrate the detail of this build. Welcome to take a look: More MOC on my homepage:
  3. NIBARIKI, Hayao Miyazaki's Citroën 2CV and Tokyo snowfall A few months ago I built the personal studio of Hayao Miyazaki, Japan's greatest animation director and co-founder of Studio Ghibli, best-loved of all the Japanese animation studios. Now it seems that it snowed heavily in Tokyo, so much so that Hayao is walking in snow with his snowshoes and with his Husky. A pair of skis are already loaded on the Citroën 2CV, heading towards Mount Fuji! Hope you like it!
  4. The Meguro River (目黒川, Meguro-gawa) is a river which flows through Tokyo and is a popular spot for cherry blossom viewing in the spring. March 27 was the Cherry blossom day (桜の日, Sakura no Hi) so a perfect day for a build featuring the Cherry blossoms. Meguro-gawa by Ids, on Flickr Thanks for looking.
  5. My first train project and the largest MOC I've done so far. Inspired by my first trip to Tokyo, the Yamanote line became essential for getting around. Initially this project was going to be a lot smaller. A 4 stud wide mini train, but then I decide 6 wide which would be minifigure scale. It then became 8 as I suddenly wanted to fill the thing to the brim with figures. It also was originally a lot shorter with only 3 of the 4 sets of doors. Then the platform came, and then a second coach! The platform is a mish-mash of stations. The design is based on the smaller stops but the signs suggest its Shinjuku (which would require a larger platform). I've tried to utilise used bricks to give the station a bit of age. The roof is made using brick separator sprayed grey (sorry to the purists!) I then filled the stop and trains with all the salarymen, OL and students that you would see during a typical morning rushhour. This was also the first time I used custom printed decals. There was a lot of trial and error with these either being too weak and tearing or blurring up. The decals I made include Suica inspired IC cards, station signage, advertisements and details to front of the train. The adverts are for Mega Donki stores, Family Mart, Apple Coca Cola (its delicious!), Boss Coffee and everyones favourite JPop group LGO 48! The 2x6 sign unfortunately ended up a bit blurred and the arrow is actually pointing the wrong direction. Something I will fix when I next print decals. Some more photos can be found here
  6. LEGO MOC Japan Tokyo Taxi vol.1 東京無線タクシー My other MOC models: [MOC] Ferrari F355 [MOC] Toyota AE86 Coupe (2018 version) in Initial D Animation [MOC] Police Motorcycle #2 [MOC] Sport Bike Stop Motion Speed Build [MOC] New York City Police (NYPD) Car [MOC] Lego Mini Cooper [MOC] Japan Tokyo Taxi vol.1 東京無線タクシー [MOC] Ice Cream Truck [MOC] LEGO California Highway Patrol [MOC] LEGO Police Car [MOC] Police Motorcycle [MOC] New York City Taxi / Cab [MOC] LEGO NYC News Stand [MOC] New York City Transit Bus [MOC] Newspaper Rack [MOC] Coke/Beverage Cooler Initial D AE86 Racer AC Transit Bus AC Transit Bus Short Version Ice Cream Van
  7. Cecilie

    [MOC] Tokyo Skyline

    My attempt at building a Tokyo skyline in the architecture style. Tokyo is such a city of contrasts. From skyscrapers and neon lights to old temples and shrines. From busy streets full of cars and people, to forests and serene gardens right in the middle of the city. For my build I selected the 5 most famous landmarks in Tokyo, from left to right: Meiji Jingu, Tokyo Tower, the Imperial palace, Tokyo Skytree and Senso-ji. Tokyo skyline by Cecilie Fritzvold, on Flickr I had to make some compromises on what parts of the buildings to include, to keep it within the slim format, so Meiji Jingu is represented by only a part of the shrine as well as one of the characteristic trees in the main yard. The actual Imperial Palace is hidden from public view unless on special occasions and for guided tours, and isn't that interesting of a building anyway, but it's surrounded by the imperial gardens which are open to the public, and the most iconic part of the grounds is the encircling moat with a view of the Seimon Ishibashi bridge which leads to the main gate of the palace, and Fushimi-yagura keep which can be seen behind it. So that is what I built. For Senso-ji I also added the Hozomon gate, which is quite substantial and stands at the entrance to the temple grounds.
  8. 8206 Tokyo Pit Stop 8638 Spy Jet Escape 9483 Agent Mater's Escape 8201 Classic Mater 8426 Escape at Sea 8487 Flo's V8 Cafe (Flo's V8 Café) 8486 Mack's Team Truck 9484 Red's Water Rescue 8484 Ultimate Build Lightning McQueen 8677 Ultimate Build Mater I have these 10 CARS sets for sale. After this lot, the only themes I will have are Star Wars and Superheroes. I would like to sell these as a lot. Using the 6 month averages on Bricklink, I came up with a total of $275 for these. I will offer free shipping in the US if you buy these. I can also work on international if needed. Please ask questions and make offers. I would like payment via paypal. I may also be open to trades. I am after any 2015 Superheroes or Star Wars sets. Thanks for looking, Jamie
  9. Hi, I'm visiting Tokyo for a while, and looking for any advice on places to shop, or things to do that are Lego related. I've already gone to the Lego Discovery Center in Odaiba, along with the Clickbrick store nearby. Mandarake seems to sell a bit of used Lego, but so far, that's all I can find. Does anyone have any ideas, from physical stores, to groups/shows? Thanks!