A plastic model that needs to be assembled and painted. Separate tools, paint, etc. are required.
Product introduction Completed in December 1941 as the 4th Agano-class light cruiser planned based on the 4th replenishment plan of 1945, Yahagi's plastic model assembly kit that fought hard in the Battle of the Philippine Sea and the Battle of the Philippine Sea. is. The model was reproduced in April 1945, as it was when it finally entered Okinawa, where it shared its fate with battleship Yamato. Unique weapons such as two quadruple torpedo launchers are also sharply finished. The fierce attack of the American carrier-based aircraft at the end of World War II can be seen from the appearance of being solidified with a large number of high-angle guns and anti-aircraft machine guns. The total length at the time of completion is 247 mm.