Legoland Japan is celebrating its one-year anniversary and cherry blossom season by casually setting a world record. The theme park in Nagoya recently created the largest cherry blossom tree made entirely out of Lego bricks, per Guinness World Records.
The plastic sakura tree — designed and assembled at a model shop in the Czech Republic — is roughly 14 feet in height and consists of a whopping 800,000 bricks. The tree is adorned with several "paper" lanterns that light up at night to make the tree that much more picturesque. Ahead, see a few pictures of the park's springtime addition and watch a video detailing its construction.