Anime-Inspired LEGO Sets
If you like anime, chances are you’ll love an official Lego set of the character. Naruto, for example, has been a huge hit in Japan, and fans want to see that character on the Lego set. While Lego didn’t purchase the rights to popular media like Naruto, the company wanted to jump on the hype train and create their own anime-inspired adventures. Here are some ideas for an anime-inspired LEGO set.
The ICHIRAKU RAMEN SHOP LEGOSET features naruto’s favorite meal, ramen. The set features naruto himself, as well as chefs Teuchi Ichiraku and Ayame Ichiraku. The detailed characters in this set are worth the price. Studio Ghibli is the leading production company for prestige feature-length Japanese animation, and this set is no exception. Its works have become cultural icons in Japan.
If you’re looking for a unique gift for an anime lover, try giving an Anime Lego set. The vf-1 LEGO set is a beautiful and highly detailed replica of the popular anime. The mini-city included inside the vf-1 is complete with 3 big triple turrets, a mystery rear door, and intricate exterior detailing. With all that detail, this set is sure to be a favorite.
Fans of the anime series Exo-Force were also able to create an impressive Lego set. The first Exo-Force sets, which were released in 2007, featured a team of elite pilots, using robotic mechanical machines to protect their home from the threat of the evil Meca One. The series was based on an online comic and a collection of story books, and detailed the backstory of each character. The storyline follows the events in Sentai Mountain, a peaceful world with advanced robots. In the end, humans defeat the robots and save Sentai Mountain.
The Cosmo-Liner spacecraft is another excellent option for an Anime Lego set. It is an ideal replica of the character from the Captain Future anime. The model’s hexagonal viewport is reminiscent of the TIE fighter, and the canopy looks like a traditional spacecraft canopy. Its color scheme is clean and modern, but there’s a chance that the design of the Cosmo-Liner is actually influenced by the TIE fighter.
Fans of Naruto also love LEGO sets of ramen shops. Their favourite ramen shop is the Ichiraku Ramen restaurant in Naruto’s hometown. Throughout his childhood, he frequented the Ichiraku Ramen restaurant and recreated that in his own LEGO set. This is a perfect example of how to use LEGO for a wildly popular TV show or film. It is worth noting that Lego isn’t limited to building real-life cars; they also created sets based on popular movies and shows.
In addition to creating the perfect anime Lego set, Lego also encourages creativity in children. The only limit to what your child can create with Lego is their imagination. A Lego set can be as expensive as a $100 toy, but the quality of the building material will be far superior. There is so much to see, touch, and touch with a Lego set that you’ll never be able to stop yourself from making one. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of having your child build a masterpiece out of Lego bricks.