Kimi no Na wa’s Town Recreated in Minecraft




One talented (or at least, one much endowed with spare time) artisan has shown off their skills by recreating the town of Itomorimachi from Kimi no Na wa within the confines of block-builder title Minecraft, going so far as to also include various landmarks such as the Miyamizu shrine, Itomori Lake and even the school from the revered film.

A video showing off the astounding project, which unfortunately could not be built to scale due to the game’s limitations:

The creation supposedly took an entire month to complete, though some may be more surprised at the fact that people are still playing the ancient title…

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    Comment by Anonymous
    23:39 19/03/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    "though some may be more surprised at the fact that people are still playing the ancient title…"

    Seems like a pretty backhanded comment to make on a post that is supposedly hailing talent and time spent ona project. I know that in japanese culture it can sometimes be seen as balancing to add a critism, but really, this comment was not needed.

    for the record, Minecraft still gets pretty regular updates, and clearly still has a very active player base. To call it ancient stirkes me as down right odd.

    Anyways, good job to the builder. Landscape molding can be the most time consuming process in a build and they clearly did not cut alot of corners. Rather than chosing to hide the sculpting behind buildings, they used wide swathes of land.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:47 20/03/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Was there even that much that go off on to authentically recreate it in Minecraft?

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