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Heavy Cruiser Chokai 1942 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

The heavy cruiser Chokai has been completed. Chokai is the 4th of Takao-class heavy cruiser. The ship's name comes from Mount Chokai on the border of Akita and Yamagata prefectures in northern Japan. This Fujimi Chokai kit, including its etched parts, I had a hard struggle. When I finish it, It has a sense of precision and looks cool.
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Aircraft Carrier Hosho 1944 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

Fujimi's aircraft carrier Hosho was built. That said, a few years ago I completed the Hosho parts, which was included in the kit for outfitting the Yamato, a disappointing 1/700 lucky bag. I used a special etched part. I can't believe that the etched parts of Fujimi's ship model are so scarce. It's OK if third parties provide us with more and better products.
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Battleship Yamashiro 1944 Imperial Japanese Navy Aoshima 1/700

The Aoshima Battleship Yamashiro was made with special etched parts from the same manufacturer. I am thankful that it comes with a deck seal. The sandbags are piled up around the anti-aircraft machine gun during the naval battle off the coast of Leyte and it gives me a sense of presence.
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Battleship Yamato 1941 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

I built the battleship Yamato when it was commissioned in 1941 by Fujimi. When I bought Fujimi's ship's lucky bag, the first ship outfitting set was sent to me, so I decided to try it out. For God's sake, Fujimi, I want them to distribute more etched parts. There is no point in the premium.
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Destroyer Urakaze 1944 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

It is a destroyer kit of Fujimi. Out of the two sets, I made only Yukikaze, so I made the other one with Urakaze. It seems that the number of machine guns is only different because it is the same type of ship. I'm getting used to the etched parts, but it's hard to use the instant glue.
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Heavy Cruiser Tone 1944 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

I built Fujimi's heavy cruiser Tone. Uses Fujimi's special etched parts. It is interesting to arrange 4 water reconnaissance planes on the rear deck as an accent. Even without etched parts, Fujimi's special series has fine molds, so it has a good finish.
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Battleship Kongo 1941 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

I made Fujimi's battleship Kongo. This time, I tried my best with special etched parts and deck seals. If I use a deck seal, it will be complicated how to paint and assemble. I like to paint after assembling everything, but that's not the case.
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Destroyer Yukikaze 1945 Imperial Japanese Navy Fujimi 1/700

I would like to have a kit of Fujimi's destroyer Yukikaze and exclusive detail-up parts to finish as precisely as possible. Some parts were bent, but the assembly was completed somehow. Etched parts were mostly used.
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Destroyer Hatsuharu 1941 Imperial Japanese Navy Aoshima 1/700

It is the Aoshima destroyer Hatsuharu. I bought a kit with etched parts. I think it is just the right amount of etched parts for beginners. I like this kind of detailed work, but how old can I do that?
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Light Cruiser Tenryu 1942 Imperial Japanese Navy Hasegawa 1/700

Hasegawa Tenryu has a reputation for being easy to assemble. I added a handrail for the etched part and I tried to make an antenna. The area of the linoleum deck is quite large. It is a light cruiser that is good at night battle equipped with many torpedo tubes.
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