This is a 1/700 Plastic Japanese Battleship YAMATO from Tamiya.|
For ages 10 and over.
In August 1940, Japanese battleship YAMATO was finally launched at water
from Kure naval yard's dry dock. Work on the YAMATO project began with the
development and modernization such as the huge armament 46cm turret, it was in
1934. This project was in a top secret for a while because the YAMATO had to
be a final hope for Japanese naval at that time. Most of main countries which
had naval were tying to develop the plan enforcing naval because the Washington
Treaty of 1922 prohibiting on the construction of new battleships according to
its size, weight, and armaments were supposed to be expired in those days.
Plastic pieces attached to sprues and molded in gray and red; clear
pieces also included.
Ready to assemble precision model kit.
Highly detailed exterior.
Several different guns included for armament.
Includes crane and flag.
Unassembled float planes included.
Metal piece included for flotation assistance.
Colorful instruction sheet which shows painting schemes.
Detailed pictorial instructions.
One 1/700 Japanese Battleship Yamato
Cement for plastics (TESR3512)
Paint: Chrome Silver, Gold Leaf, Flat Black, Flat White, Flat Yellow,
Yellow Green, Hull Red, Flat Brown, J.N. Green, J.N. Gray, Neutral
Gray, Metallic Gray, Buff, German Gray, Red Brown
File or Emery Board
Water for decals
Length: 15" (38cm)
Width: 2" (5.1cm)
Keep small pieces and sharp edges away from children ages 3 and
under. For ages 10 and over.
Care should be taken when using tools and modeling knives.
Paints recommended for use with this kit are for adult modelers only.