The Tobu World Square is a site with about 100 1/25th scale models of World Heritage Sites. Although it's a tad pricey to get in, ¥2,500 (less than $25), I'd still say it was worth it. The models aren't tiny, they are pretty big and that really helps show their detail. There is a lot to see and you can "virtually visit" places all around the world. I saw sights from Saudi Arabia and Iran, and seriously, I'm never going there. Unless the US makes them states.......
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Something in Russia.
Close up of the Vatican.
There are like one million miniature people in the park.
About 5-6 feet tall.
Bigger shot of the Vatican.
Parthenon or Pantheon.
Petra from a view that looks like it's real.
The people are detailed too. This was someone's job for 5 years.
I'd say maybe 8 feet tall.
If I had another person I would stand behind it like I was Godzilla. Someone did that after I took this shot.
The thin New York building.
Seriously, they look real in these shots.
That totally looks real. I wanted to climb them.
Maybe the Waldorf Astoria?
For size comparison.
A cool ship. I wish it was remote control.
Another for size comparison.
Narita Airport in miniature.
Budokan in Tokyo.
Tokyo Dome with real game and crowd sounds inside. I bet workers can stick there head up inside.
The original Imperial Hotel.
An older palace in Asakusa.
From another view.
Tokyo Town. Wanted to climb it as well.
There were trains and shinks moving around that also looked real.
As mentioned above Tokyo Station.
With buildings behind it.
The Diet building, which is Dee-IT, not to lose weight.
The Diet building is actually the first one you see as you
enter, and then you would go around to the
Russian thing at the top, from there you would see what's on the next page. I had to create the page in a stupid way.