The number of infected people in Tokyo was small yesterday, but Governor Koike had an interview. The number of infected people is expected to increase dramatically today. And the day after tomorrow, a state of emergency will be declared and the capital Tokyo will be blockaded, forebodingly. Governor Koike’s condition has suddenly changed since the postponement of the Olympics was decided. It was a very clear transition. I heard a rumor that there are fewer flu patients but more flu deaths than usual this winter. Is that true? It’s really not funny. This is no time to make a model.
When I wound the right tracks, it was about 2 tracks short. The body length of Chi-Nu is about 20 centimeters longer than that of Chi-Ha. Even so, it would have been better if Vision Models added more…
Now that I’ve finished assembling the turret, the next is to paint it. It’s a large turret and looks pretty strong. If this had been completed in about 1942, the Imperial Japanese Army might have won more.
It looks like the results of a social experiment will come out soon that we won’t be tested even if an infectious disease spreads. I regret the health center’s refusal of the examination. I think the infection in the hospital and the city spread because they couldn’t decide whether I was infected or not. Although I’m a citizen of Tokyo, it would be better for the government to set restrictions on the movement of citizens to prevent them from returning home during Golden Week in Japan.
Are you serious about meat tickets, fish tickets, and travel tickets for economic measures? Two gauze masks will be delivered to each household. The first time I heard it, it was a joke on April Fool’s Day! This wasn’t a joke. There are 8 million empty houses for posting masks, so a few billion yen will be wasted.
A state of emergency was finally declared in Tokyo today, but the number of infected people is not as many as I expected, and there are only about 80 people. Maybe the situation restored to its normal state?
The other day, I saw a movie about a virus infection called “Contagion”. However, I am afraid that the terrible situation that is happening overseas now is more real than in the movie. I had heard the music in this movie before, so I was wondering, and I looked into it, and Cliff Martinez, the music director, was the same person as a virus-spreading game “Plague Inc: Evolved”. It’s fun as a game, but it’s terrifying when it happens.
Japanese tank type-3 tank Chi-Nu is finally completed. Even the type-1 tanks could not have been sent to the southern front that I completed last time, but the M4 Sherman of the U.S. army appeared on the southern front, and it was necessary to have a tank equipped with more powerful anti-tank guns.
The development was decided in May 1944 and a prototype vehicle was made in September 1944. Considering that the development of aircraft and battleships was prioritized, even if there was a diversion of the body, it proceeded very quickly.
The only decal on the markings is the car number at the rear, it is the 30th tank regiment, which was formed in July 1944 based on the Shihei (Siping) Tank School Corps. The Shiping Tank School was established in Manchuria.
It is a tank soldier with the Japanese flag wrapped around his body. It was a domestically deployed vehicle, and it was ready for a homeland war, maybe it was enough to wrap a flag around him. People on the ground at the time probably didn’t know when the war would end.
I am interested in models of tanks, airplanes, ships, military figures, I build it little by little when I feel like it. I am also interested in the history of war. My starting is Tamiya’s Military Miniature series in the elementary school.
From elementary school through university students repeatedly suspend and restart my modeling, it’s about 25 years of this hobby’s history.
Born in February 1970, I live in Tokyo. From February 2007 I was quietly doing a site called “Miniature-Arcadia”. It is being transferred to this blog with the same name from December 2016. My update pace is uneven, but please come to see here occasionally.