One Awesome Papercraft Castle

The entire structure, including lights and a moving train among other features, is made of painstakingly cut and folded paper. You might think it took a long time to make, and you’d be right. Crafted by Japanese art student Wataru Itou, it took over four years to complete and is currently being exhibited at Umihotaru in Tokyo, Japan. The piece is titled “A Castle on the Sea” and you check out some of the shots below to wow you:

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