New Japanese Plastic Model Airplanes

Online shopping for new japanese plastic model airplanes, saving you up to 20%. Tamiya is ranked 1st out of 2 new japanese plastic model airplanes manufacturers, followed by Hasegawa. 1/40-1/49 Scale is the most popular of the 2 new japanese plastic model airplanes categories, then 1/70-1/79 Scale.

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Tamiya A6M2 Type 21 Zero Fighter Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61016
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A6M2 Type 21 Zero Fighter

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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1/48 Scale Tamiya #TAM61016. In the summer of 1937 Japan started action against China and threw into the front a great number of the newest planes which Japan had created with their original ideas and technique. Concerning fighters in particular, Japan had abandoned biplane type which was counted as the common sense of the then world and already employed the Type 96 Carrier Fighter (96 Kansen) that Japan had produced on the basis of many pieces of new technique and ideas such as all-metal, internally braced low wing monoplane design and the engine cowling designed to reduce air resistance. 96 Kansens always successfully engaed with I-15 and I-16 fighters and SB-2 bombers of Russian make as well as Gladiator fighters of
Tamiya Nishikisuisen Rufe Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61017
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Nishikisuisen Rufe

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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1/48 Scale Tamiya #TAM61017. In 1939, the Naval Aviation Headquarters conceived a plan of trial manufacturing a floatplane fighter, a new type beyond all precedents in the world. On the assumption of landing and invading the Southern regions, the Japanese Navy intended in those days to station float planes in waterways and bays near the landing places until the completion of land air bases for the purpose of defending those under construction and occupied territories. Since the floatplanes might have to fight with enemy fighters in the air, they were required to be pure fighters comparing favourably with enemy fighters in performance. The Navy firmly believed that sufficiently armed floatplanes would be able to fight on
Tamiya Raiden Jack Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61018
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Raiden Jack

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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1/48 Scale Tamiya #TAM61018. In September 1939, aircraft manufacturers Nakajima and Mitsubishi received an unofficial order to trial-manufacture the Raiden, the Japanese Navy's first interceptor (a fighter to undertake the air defence of land bases). It was finally decided, however, that the development and trial-manufacture of the Raiden should be conducted only by Mitsubishi. It was in April of 1940 that the plane was designated "14-Shi Interceptor (J2M1)" and official requirements were set out by the Navy. The requirements gave priority to climbing power, maximum speed and high altitude performance. Aircraft engines of those days that could meet all these requirements were only the air-cooled engine "Kasei" type 11 t
Tamiya A6M5C Type 52 Zero Fighter Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61027
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A6M5C Type 52 Zero Fighter

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1/48 Scale Tamiya #TAM61027. Total production of the Type 52 series consisted of 10,449 aircraft of which Nakajima produced 6,570. It first entered combat in August 1943 at a time when the Japanese forces were withdrawing from previously held islands in the South Pacific. The type 52c was the last of the A6M5 series, and the most effective against Allied aircraft due to its armament configuration three of 13mm machine guns and two 20mm cannons. A total of 93 Type 52 and 52b zeros were field modified to "c" weapons configuration. The 7.7mm machine guns, housed in the cowling of the Zero since its first introduction, proved to be less effective during the latter stages of the conflict, due to the heavier armor protection
Tamiya Kawasaki Ki-61-Id Hien (Tony) Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61115
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Kawasaki Ki-61-Id Hien (Tony)

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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Tamiya #TAM61115. This is the 1/48 Scale Kawakaki Ki-61-Id Hein (Tony) Plastic Model Kit from Tamiya. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.
Tamiya Mitsubishi A6M5/5a Zero Fighter Zeke Aircraft Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61103
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Mitsubishi A6M5/5a Zero Fighter Zeke Aircraft

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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Tamiya #TAM61103. This is the 1/48 Scale Mitsubishi A6M5/5a Zero Fighter Plastic Assembly Kit from Tamiya's Aircraft Series. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.
Tamiya Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter (Zeke) Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/72 Scale #60779
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Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter (Zeke)

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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Tamiya #TAM60779. This is the 1/72 Scale Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter (Zeke) Plastic Model Kit from the Tamiya War Bird Collection. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.
Tamiya Nakajima Hayate (Frank) with Kurogane Scenery Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61116
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Nakajima Hayate (Frank) with Kurogane Scenery

Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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Tamiya #TAM61116. This is the 1/48 Scale Nakajima Hayate (Frank) with Kurogane Scenery Set Plastic Model Kit from Tamiya. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.
Hasegawa 1/48 Mitsubishi F1M2 Type Zero (Pete) Mod. 11 Japanese Navy Observation Seaplane
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1/48 Mitsubishi F1M2 Type Zero (Pete) Mod. 11 Japanese Navy Observation Seaplane

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Hasegawa #HSG19196S. This is the 1/48 Scale Mitsubishi F1M2 Type Zero Observation Seaplane (Pete) Model 11 with Updraded Photo-Etched Parts Plastic Model Kit from Hasegawa®.
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