Tobu World Square was first established in 1993 and took five years of preparations before its doors officially opened. The models are 1/25th of the original size and include miniature people and gardens. The details on the structures are so phenomenal that it is as if you had the real building right in front of you. The park is split up into 6 different zones featuring world heritage sites and famous constructions. The zones they have listed are Modern Japan, America, Egypt, Europe, Asia, and Japan. You would think that these miniature architectures would be small, but in fact their tallest model is about 26 meters high. There are a total of 102 buildings from 21 different countries reproduced on the grounds of Tobu World Square. The 140,000 miniature figures of people are about 7 centimeters tall and are placed all over the reproductions. For a fee some of the miniature people will move, sing or play instruments. Some of the world famous structures like the Eiffel Tower, Great Wall of China, Todaiji, Statue of Liberty, and many more are a few that were reproduced. Tobu World Square is an 8- minute walk from Kinugawa Onsen (hot spring) area and is a great place to see the world in one place.