Japan's April Fools' Day Roundup 2019
Edible watches, Nintendo switch ups and a handy Lego app all make an appearance on this year's roundup of fantastic news we WISH was true!
Another Legendary Lego & Nintendo Crossover
First came the reveal of the Lego Super Mario set, which has fans’ hearts racing (and their wallets sweating). And now, the two companies are already getting fans hyped with another team-up.
Delicious Lego Creations in Odaiba
Check out these Lego treats so tasty you'll wish you could eat them!
7 Awesome Japanese Castles Made of Lego
While there have only been a few official Japanese-style Lego castles, brick fans have been more than happy to do the rest!
Leggo My Sushi Roll!
More than just a Lego sushi restaurant, this dining establishment has a wild bunch of patrons and even a fully functioning conveyor belt!
The Great Wave of Lego Bricks
Japan’s only certified professional Lego block builder pays homage to one of Japan's most influential woodblock prints with this epic Lego masterpiece.
Anime Characters & Aircraft Get Lego-ized
The students at Tokyo University prove that Legos aren't just for kids and that the sky's the limit!
5 Lesser-Known 'Theme Parks' for Families
No, Disneyland is not the only theme park Japan has. These five side trips, only a day out of Tokyo, are themed spots you can enjoy as a family. This list may just prompt you to reminisce about your childhood and book a trip for your family this weekend!
Leggo My Lego Salad!
This salad gives a whole new meaning to playing with your food.
Folding Lego Samurai Not Included
This eye-popping Lego pop-up book is a pretty accurate representation of one of Japan's most beloved castles!
Japan to Get Its First Legoland Theme Park
It’s not Tokyo that’s being graced with this block-based attraction—look to Nagoya for your Lego theme park needs!
See Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto & Nagoya in One Day
Legoland Japan will feature miniature replicas of famous Japanese landmarks made from 10,496,352 Legos (plus or minus a few)!
Cherry Tree Made of 880,000 Lego Bricks!
This incredible cherry blossom tree is made up of more than 880,000 Lego pieces—but you can only see it until May 6!