Posts Tagged ‘Japan’

Japanese Warships

September 11, 2014

Eínon presented a highly detailed naval display of Japanese warships. These ships are part of a fictitious history that he named “Second Russo-Japanese War” and took place in 1947, in a world where the Second World War never happened.
Japanese Warships
Japanese Warships by Eínon

Liu Zhang Temple

September 8, 2014

Liu Zhang Temple
Liu Zhang Temple by Lukasz Wiktorowicz

Red Dojo

January 24, 2011

ACPin presents this wonderful red dojo showing warriors preparing to battle. Check out the great details of the vegetation and the dojo’s entrance.


Red Dojo, originally uploaded by ACPin.

Lakehouse Kidnap

December 13, 2010

What an amazing detailed construction!!! My favorite details are definitely the the duck’s legs and the house’s roof.


Lakehouse Kidnap, originally uploaded by 2 Much Caffeine.

Miyajima Torii

October 15, 2010

Matija Grguric presents a recreation of the famous Miyajima Torii from Japan. The shrine is incredible well done mostly because of the soft way the roof was made.

See more pictures here.

Japanese bell

September 14, 2010

Today I’ll be presenting a small MOC of a Japanese bell built by Nathan. The construction shows elaborated techniques but very efficient in the end result. I loved the frogs as the final touch.

Japonese barracks

April 10, 2010

LakMause built a brilliant barracks from ancient Japan. The roof is incredible well done. Make sure you won’t miss the plenty of details by looking at his gallery on Brickshelf.

Ninja weaponery

March 14, 2010

I missed a good ninja MOC but Aaron filled that gap by presenting a nice set of ninja weapons. I’m not sure about the real scale, but I would say that they fit between half and full-size comparing to real ones.

You may see the original picture here.

Just a quick footnote, ninjas were in fact mercenaries of feudal Japan that became very popular in the USA and Europe culture at the XX century.


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