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    chobittsu (3 månader sedan) #48266274That model is about 38cm long (1/350 scale) and is made by Hasegawa. There are also 1/700 scale waterline models from the same brand.
    In Akihabara, you may have a good chance to find it at 1 of the 2 Volks stores: 1 in the Akihabara Radio Kaikan and the other is Volks Hobby Tengoku not far from there.
    You can also get it online at HLJ: Link

    Thank you so much. I will have a look into that.
    3 månader sedan
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    pyoko (3 månader sedan) #48263567Oh, looks very interesting. Thank you for your blogs, I enjoyed reading them a lot.
    May I ask you about that Mikasa model? Do you maybe remeber the size (actual, not scale) or some more information I could use to search it on yahoojp or other pages?
    My boyfriend and me visited Mikasa in Yokohama two years ago and he really wanted to have a model of it afterwards. Sadly we did not find somethin fitting. We looked in the Mikasa dedicated shop next to the ship, but they only had one very big model to buy. We later tried in Tokyo at some hobby shop with lots of warships, but no luck.
    Since you are a warship enthusiast aswell as experienced Japan traveler it would be great if you have some info for me about Mikasa model(s). Should be more on the smaller side, because small appartment though :P
    I would love to surprise my boyfriend with one :)
    btw we will be in Tokyo/Akihabara in May so if you now where to look for one that would be great.
    thanks in advance

    That model is about 38cm long (1/350 scale) and is made by Hasegawa. There are also 1/700 scale waterline models from the same brand.
    In Akihabara, you may have a good chance to find it at 1 of the 2 Volks stores: 1 in the Akihabara Radio Kaikan and the other is Volks Hobby Tengoku not far from there.
    You can also get it online at HLJ: Link
    3 månader sedan
    1pt
    Oh, looks very interesting. Thank you for your blogs, I enjoyed reading them a lot.
    May I ask you about that Mikasa model? Do you maybe remeber the size (actual, not scale) or some more information I could use to search it on yahoojp or other pages?

    My boyfriend and me visited Mikasa in Yokohama two years ago and he really wanted to have a model of it afterwards. Sadly we did not find somethin fitting. We looked in the Mikasa dedicated shop next to the ship, but they only had one very big model to buy. We later tried in Tokyo at some hobby shop with lots of warships, but no luck.

    Since you are a warship enthusiast aswell as experienced Japan traveler it would be great if you have some info for me about Mikasa model(s). Should be more on the smaller side, because small appartment though :P

    I would love to surprise my boyfriend with one :)
    btw we will be in Tokyo/Akihabara in May so if you now where to look for one that would be great.
    thanks in advance
    3 månader sedan
    1pt
    Very cool photos! Shizuoka is a lovely place. It housed the life size Gundam for a while! It was outside the Tamiya paint factory while it was there :D
    3 månader sedan
    1pt
    Nice post. Also, happy to read that you're a fan of Japanese warships. Ditto, here. ;)
    3 månader sedan
    1pt
    Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
    Ohh love those warhips! Im a fan of the arpeggio modelkits which are basically these model kits with a bunch of stickers different box and a paper model :p

    Too bad kongou ship isnt there or yamato those are my fav ships ^^
    3 månader sedan
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