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JGSDF Tank Crew 1965-1990s Finemolds 1/35

I made a set of Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force tank crew with Finemolds. They are wearing uniforms used from 65 to '90s. All 4 of us are wearing Type 65 work clothes and I was wondering what color to paint with. It will match well if you put it on a Type 61 tank.
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Japanese Tank Crew Miniart 1/35

Miniart Imperial Army tank crew set. The head of the kit has various expressions. Except for the figure with a sword in one hand, it looks like a shirt or work clothes. It also includes crew, who wrote on the Japanese flag wishing for the survival of the war and the return of life, and whose body was covered with the battle flag.
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WWII Japanese Army Infantry Tamiya 1/35

It is a fairly old kit of Tamiya. The Japanese Army infantry set. A hat with a sunshade is characteristic of Japanese soldiers. Soldiers with Type 89 grenade launchers have 2 ammunition bags that can hold 4 bullets around their hips. The diameter is 50 mm and the weight is 4.7 kg. It's a rare weapon.
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Imperial Japanese Army Tank Crew Set No.2 Finemolds 1/35

Finemolds tank soldier set. I changed the head to resin and did other things. Tank soldiers in the Imperial Army generally wore work uniforms called "Iko" (work clothes and hakama) in consideration of ease of movement and the environment during maintenance.
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WWII Imperial Japanese Navy Fighter Pilot Tamiya 1/16

It's Tamiya's Zero fighter pilot figure. The 1/16 scale is much larger than the 1/35 that I usually make. standing in flight suits and life jackets. Of course, the mold of the face was very good, and the military sword was unexpectedly cool.
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Imperial Japanese Marines In Tarawa Master Box 1/35

Master Box figure set, Imperial Japanese Marines. Even though this kit was an injection, it was expressive and there were many props, so I enjoyed making it. It's strange that I can enjoy it in a rush scene, but I think it's a good kit.
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