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Japanese monuments

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Japanese monuments There are 11 products.

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  • This nano paper is a perfect replica of a japanese pagodaAppeared in Japan in the seventeenth century with the introduction of Buddhism,pagodas are built entirely of wood without nails or screws. Despite this they are particularly resistant to earthquakes that can raged in Japan. With paper nano you will make a miniature paper identical in every...

  • This paper nano is an original decoration Built in 1957, the Tokyo Tower measures 332.6 meters in height is 7.6 meters higher than the Eiffel Tower.Additionally it only weighs 4000 tons against 10,100 tons for the Eiffel Tower.It is characterized by its red and white.She served from facilities include Television and radio transmitter to the establishment...

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    This paper nano is a beautiful model of the Kinkaku-ji from Japan Surely one of the most beautiful monument in Kyoto, Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) is surely one of the most photographed and most popular.Completely covered in gold leaf, it was built in the sixteenth century. Sr it was classified a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.This model paper nano...

  • This paper nano represents a beautiful shinto gate model.In Tokyo, the Asakusa district at the entrance of Senso-ji temple the first door called KAMINARI MON (the door of lightning).It dates from the seventeenth century, it is 11.7 meters high and 11.4 wide.Four statues of Buddhist gods are under that door.This door is very popular with tourists who...

  • This paper nano is a zen model.Inari Shinto shrine temple is dedicated to agricultural deities.There are several temples dedicated to the god Inari, the most famous and most visited Fushimi Inari.It is recognizable by its red color and its many Torii.The Inari deity is represented by a white fox is always on each side of the temple entrance.With paper...

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    This paper nano represent the Himeji castle from Japan It is a UNESCO heritage site which located in Himeji city, Hyogo. (Western Japan) Because of its white color is also called "Shirasagi-jō" meaning the white heron.Built only wood in the fourteenth century, it is one of the few castles that time withstand time.It is also the largest castle in Japan, it...

  • This metallic nano is like a real japanese pagoda. Building that can be encountered frequently in Japan, Pagoda is a symbol of the Buddhist religion.Arrived in the seventh century in Japan, they are made entirely of wood.This metallic nano is a faithful replica of the pagodas in every detail, a nice decoration when built.Discover all  metallic nano...

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    This metallic nano model is a copy of Himeji castle. National treasure, it is a UNESCO heritage site. It is the largest castle in Japan, it consists of 83 buildings, it measures 950 to 1600 m from east to west and 900 to 1700m from North to South.This model is an exact copy in miniature in every detail for a beautiful decoration.Discover all  metallic...

  • This 3D puzzle nanoblock accurately represents the Tokyo Sky Tree.With its 634 meters it's one of the tallest tower in the world. Its construction was completed in October 2012. If you like collecting monuments of the world that is essential to possess this one. This nanoblock model is particularly suitable for LED support. Find all our NANOBLOCK  on...

  • This nanoblock represents a japanese shrine.Inari shrine is dedicated to agricultural deities.It is characterized by its red color and its many Torii gates.The Inari deity is represented by a white fox, that one can see represented at the entrance of the temple on either side of the Torii gates.There are many temples dedicated to the god of Inari, the...

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    This nanoblock is a japanese monumentNational treasure, Himeji Castle is a UNESCO heritage site.Located in the city of Himeji, Hyogo. It is also called "Shirasagi-jō" (white heron) because of its beautiful white color of castle.Built in the nineteenth century, it was all wooden manufactures. this is one of the rare castles that time could withstand...

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