LEGO may have an image as a company which makes building blocks for children, but they are diversifying. In 2021, LEGO Japan will launch their Botanicals series oriented squarely at an adult audience (recommended age 18+).
According to a LEGO Group survey (LEGO Play Well Study 2020), 70% of adults are looking for new ways to relieve stress. The time spent making these new sets will bring mindfulness and stress relief to busy adults every day. Moreover, reflecting the theme, the LEGO Botanical collection uses a number of plant-derived plastic elements made from sustainable sugar cane.
“I think many people are looking for ways to change their mood and relax," said LEGO Group Design Leader Jamie Berard. "We are delighted to be able to help you seek comfort in your busy daily life through this beautiful LEGO botanical collection. Customizable elements and mindfulness. These experiences will help you to express your individuality while cultivating your creativity."
LEGO Botanical series
Since the Bonsai Tree model can make two types of trees, evergreen and sakura trees, you can create a completely new look with the changing seasons. Cute frogs are hidden in the petals of the cherry blossoms. It comes with a rectangular flowerpot and a wooden pedestal for an elegant and sophisticated finish. It's the perfect product for both LEGO fans and those looking for a new way to relax.
Name: レゴ®盆栽 LEGO Bonsai Tree
Price: open price
Number of pieces: 878
Size: H 18 cm~, L 21cm, W 20 cm
The length of the stem is adjustable and can be easily arranged to fit any vase. You can also combine flowers such as snapdragon, roses, poppies, asters, daisies, and pampas grass. You can make various arrangements according to your mood and adjust them to the room. You can also combine it with the LEGO Rose 40460 and LEGO Tulip 40461 (sold separately), which you'll find exclusively at the LEGO store, to create even more varied bouquets.
Name: レゴ®フラワーブーケ LEGO Flower Bouquet
Price: open price
Number of pieces: 756
Size: H 36 cm
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