Feldkuche German Field Kitchen Scenery

This is a plastic model kit of the 1/35 Scale Feldkuche (German Field Kitchen Scenery) from Tamiya's Military Miniature Series. For modelers age 10 and over.

Tamiya Feldkuche German Field Kitchen Scenery Plastic Model Military Diorama Kit 1/35 Scale #35247
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Specifications :

Scale: 1/35

  • Tamiya Product Number: 35247
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Spotlight Review

"Outstanding value!"
TheJellyRanger (Atlanta, GA)
Wonderful kit for under $20. So many accessories it’s crazy. You also get the limber trailer and a good mix of food items. As far as the figures, I actually think these guys are more detailed than your average Tamiyas. Great relaxed expressions allowing for more serene downtime dioramas. The mustachio’d cook is probably my fave. Jolly fellow who clearly loves to cook for the lads. Combine this set with TAM35129 and you’ve got a great camp scene. Highly recommended kit!

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  • Accurately reproduced field kitchen trailer.
  • Detachable limber.
  • Four lifelike figures: 2 soldiers, 2 cooks.
  • Lids of pots can be selected either open or closed.
  • Contains various accessories food containers, lantern, milk churns, bread, apples, kitchen pot, bucket, potato sacks, ladle, cheese.
  • Range and coffee heater.
  • Each plastic piece has molded-in details for a realistic appearance.
  • Pictorial assembly instructions.


Scale: 1/35

  • Tamiya Product Number: 35247


One 1/35 Plastic German Field Kitchen Scenery

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • Modeling Knife (EXL16001) (XACX3627) (EXL16018)
  • Hobby File
  • Plastic cement (TES3501) (PLS00002) (TAM87012) or glue (HLC107)
  • Paint (TAMIYA: Semi Gloss Black, Titanium Silver, Flat Black, Flat
  • Red, Flat White, Flat Flesh, Flat Aluminum, Flat Earth, Deck
  • Tan, Neutral Grey, Metallic Grey, Buff, Desert Yellow, German
  • Grey, Red Brown, Field Grey)
  • Tweezers (TAM74003) (EXL30416)
  • Paint Brushes
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"Great kit for any diorama on a larger scale."
LawDawg (Oklahoma)
I really like and enjoy this kit. I am planning a much larger diorama and this will be included within the diorama. I have built two of them and had no issues other than with the wheels and the part that connects the wheels to the stove or limber. You must be careful putting the wheels on or you could easily break the axle. Combine this with the Tamiya 35129 and the MiniArt 35062 and you have an outstanding diorama of German soldiers at rest and getting one of their daily meals. All combined, I probably had this item and the MiniArt item completed in about 24-30 hours. That said, I take a lot of time painting the soldiers and their uniforms as best as I can to my ability. Part of my problem is that I suffer from essential tremors and sometimes have to take a break and repaint an item where I wound up shaking and put paint all over the item. Overall, I would highly recommend this product to others, friends, and family, especially if you are going to have a larger diorama. This kit adds a little bit of realism to the dioramas and stand out on the field.

"Details and figures are great"
I really like this kit. Not only is the actual kitchen 'vehicle' great, but it includes some very nice figures and a few cool extras like food bag, small barrel, etc.

"The Army On Its Stomach"
This model underwhelmed me when I first saw it. For me this was and is a must have. Initially my photos are not in a diorama but this model lends itself as an accent to any setting. Called a goulash cannon by the soldiers this vehicle was a welcome sight when it approached hungry men. Guy Saher in his Forgotten Soldier mentioned more than once how they were served thick, glutious, not good food. For one thing, colder temperatures required a higher fat content to food. This thing could cook 52.8 galllons of stew, fired by coal preferably and wood if necessary. Available, is Gulaschkanone by Scott L. Thompson. Reviews say it is very imforative if biased. Buy two of these. One to use and one to put back. Some years ago, Tiger came out in hardback. It was less than 30 dollars. Today, 300 will probably not buy a good used copy. Just saying. Opportunity may be at my doorstep

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