Student presentations in Japan are sometimes a little bit different

Paper city

you can say a lot of bad things about the ‘ganbatte’ approach to education practised here in Japan, but a by-product is that you sometimes get extraordinary, nigh-on shouldn’t be possible / happen, results.

Take Wataru Itou, for example. The art major at one of the universities spent over four year putting together the paper-town above. It comes complete with moving trains and cars, and light up in different colours, as seen below:

Paper city 1

Paper city 3

On a side note, Itou’s amazing paper city was exhibited at Umihotaru, which deserves its own mention. This is the place:


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