More than 28 years have passed since the American writer K.W. Jeter coined the term “Steampunk", and since then, the steampunk’s popularity has been in constant rise…
Japan fully embraced the steampunk vibe and one of the most spectacular steampunk artifacts ever built is the “NI-TELE Really BIG Clock", built in Shiodome, Tokyo by the famous director Hayao Miyazaki. It truly is a “Really BIG Clock", because it weights 28 tons, it is 10 meters tall and 18 meters wide…
If you like it, click here for a detailed photo tour of the NI-TELE Really BIG Clock.
Yesterday’s Japan Photo: