A Japanese non profit organization has earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World records for building the largest aluminum can sculpture, reports FNN.

A little over 35,600 empty beer cans were collected from folks and companies and used to build Takatori Castle in Nara.

No doubt, the best part wasn't building the castle, but emptying those beer cans. Mmm, beer.

空き缶3万5,679個を使い日本のお城制作 [YouTube via Japan Probe]

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