People express their love for cities they’ve traveled to in different ways, but there’s no better way to remember your favorite places than to bring them back with you.

Making this possible is 3D printing company iJet and Japanese map publisher Zenrin, who’ve teamed up to create 3D scaled dioramas of Japanese cities for people to hang on their walls.

The maps display a bird’s eye-view of each city, and currently showcase three locations in Tokyo and Hiroshima — the Tokyo Tower area, the Jingu Stadium area, and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome) area. You can see the most prominent landmarks in each place, like the Tokyo Tower and Atomic Bomb Dome.

Tokyo Tower

Jingu Stadium

Hiroshima Peace Memorial

The 3D print maps can be hung on a wall or placed on a bedside table, wherever you want to display your love for your favorite city. They come in a variety of sizes, starting from small ones in the size of 10 centimeter squares (3.9 inches) to larger ones in 30 centimeter squares (12 inches).

Considering how intricately made these maps are, the prices for them are not outrageous. For example, the small ones go for 9,800 yen (87 USD), while larger ones cost upwards of 140,000 yen (1,247.68 USD).

You might be thinking, “But why only Tokyo and Hiroshima?” Well, the company will soon be accepting requests to recreate other cities, too! Here's a complete list of cities they plan to have available in 3D:

Japan: Areas around Tokyo Station, Asakusa Kaminari-Mon, Odaiba, Shinjuku Metropolitan Government Office, the Diet Building, Nagoya Castle, Kyoto Station, Osaka Dotembori, Hakata Station, Kumamoto Castle, and other designated cities

Overseas: Berlin, Hamburg, Lyon, Madrid, Rome, London, Brussels, Frankfurt, Paris, Munich, Birmingham, Lisbon, Naples, Vienna, Milan, Marseilles, Nice, Amsterdam, Turin, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Stuttgart, Barcelona, Serbia, Valencia, Prague, Liverpool, Dublin, Helsinki, Geneva, Zurich, Dortmund, Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Budapest, Gothenburg, Long Beach, Detroit, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Seattle, Chicago, Washington DC, New York, Cleveland, Boston, Huston, Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia

You can head to their website for more details, as well as to buy the maps listed above.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.