Japanese High School Student's Miniature Room Will Amaze You

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A boring photo of some kid’s messy room, right? Wrong.

A seventeen-year-old student in Tokyo who goes by “Mozu” created this 1/6 scale diorama of his bedroom.

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[Image: Mozu]

Mozu introduced his work on the Japanese webforum 2ch and impressed the hell out of everyone.

[GIF via yabukarabou]

Here’s a miniature he did of a bookstore.

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[Image: arukaido | Mozu]

Cool, no?

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[Image: Mozu]

Some garbage. This work, however, is anything but!

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[Image: Mozu]

He made the telephone pole. The buildings in the background, however, are real.

Here’s a look at his process:

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[Image: Mozu]

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[Image: Mozu]

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[Image: Mozu]

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[Image: arukaido | Mozu]

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[Image: arukaido | Mozu]

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[Image: arukaido | Mozu]

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[Image: arukaido | Mozu]

If you like these miniatures, be sure to follow Mozu on Twitter.

Top image: Mozu

To contact the author of this post, write to bashcraftATkotaku.com or find him on Twitter@Brian_Ashcraft.

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