Expert builders create a desolate diorama of the popular Japanese city using the plastic blocks.

Japan may normally be a country know for it's social order and organisation, but when it comes to the world of LEGO, Tokyo is portrayed as a sprawling city full of decay and decadence.

This year's Brickworld — the convention for LEGO enthusiasts —  played host to a futuristic Neo-Tokyo that models itself on many of the great cyberpunk novels and movies, many of which feature cities in a state of disrepair, torn apart by gangs, corruption and countless other societal ills. There's also an element of the supernatural in most, especially if the timeless classic Akira is anything to go by.

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