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Fujimi models of Japan has announced the July 2017 release of the the IJN Aircraft Cruiser Mogami in 1/700 scale.
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Fujimi has announced the July 2017 release of kit FUJ02033, a Yamato turret.
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Fujimi announces the late February release of a 1/350 scale IJN Aircraft Carrier Kaga Premium.
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Projected for a late February release, Fujimi announces a 1/350 scale IJN Aircraft Carrier Shokaku w/Wood Deck.
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Due for a late January 2017 release, Fujimi presents their 1/700 scale Small Direct Education Ship Admiral Graf Spee.
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Fujimi has announced the February 2017 release of photoetched cranes to outfit their 1/3000 scale Naval Port kits.
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Fujimi has announced the January 2017 release of FUJ40136, a tiny version of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s First Carrier Division in 1/3000 scale.
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Fujimi has announced the January 2017 release of FUJ40138, a tiny version of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s Fifth Carrier Division in 1/3000 scale.
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Fujimi has announced the January 2017 release of FUJ40137, a tiny version of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s Combined Fleet flagships in 1/3000 scale.
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Fujimi has released FUJ40133, a tiny “Sea Level Extension Panel” in 1/3000 scale.
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1/3000 Truk Lagoon (Other Scale)
Fujimi has released FUJ40132, a tiny version of the Truk Lagoon Naval Anchorage in 1/3000 scale.

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Fujimi has released FUJ40130, a tiny version of the Sasebo Naval Port in 1/3000 scale.

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Fujimi has released FUJ40129, a tiny version of the Yokosuka Naval Port in 1/3000 scale.

Apparently designed for wargaming, Fujimi’s little anchorage comes with full port facilities and eight of what have to be the smallest injected plastic ship models around (battleships Musashi & Nagato, aircraft carrier Shokaku, cruiser Oyodo, and four destroyers). The scene measures 29.5 x 17.6 x 4.0 cm.

The new Yokosuka micro-fleet anchorage is listed by Hobbylink Japan at http://hlj.com/product/FUJ40129 and can be ordered now for Ą2,080 (about US$20.00).


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Fujimi has released FUJ40131, a tiny version of the Kure Naval Port in 1/3000 scale.
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1/3000 scale!
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the August 2016 release of kit FUJ43141, the IJN Aircraft Carrier Hiyo (1944) in 1/700 scale.
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Fujimi models of Japan has announced the March 2016 release of FUJ46003, the proposed Super Yamato Class Battleship Kii.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the latest of their goofy "Chibi-Maru" warships; in this case, the fleet carrier Taiho.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the December 2015 release of FUJ46001, a 1/350 version of the Imperial Japanese Navy destroyer Shimakaze.
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Fujimi of Japan has released of FUJ42160, a “Chibi-Maru” version of the Imperial Japanese Navy Battleship Yamato.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the November release of FUJ42188, a “Chibi-Maru” version of the Imperial Japanese Navy Fleet Destroyer Akizuki.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the November releases of FUJ42193 and FUJ42194, “Chibi-Maru” versions of the Imperial Japanese Navy battleship/carrier hybrids Ise and Hyuga.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the November release of FUJ11461, “Chibi-Maru” versions of the Imperial Japanese Navy Fleet Carrier-Based Aircraft.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the release of FUJ42189, a “Chibi-Maru” version of the Imperial Japanese Navy carrier Shokaku (Flying Crane).
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Fujimi has announced the October 2015 release of FUJ42190, a full-hull cruiser Myoko in 1/700 scale.
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Tim Reynaga reported on a 1/350 Shimakaze destroyer kit by Max Factory in mid August and now Fujim has announced a kit of there own for the end of this coming November. It is part of their 'Warship Next' series.
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Fujimi of Japan has announced the August 2015 release of the carrier IJN Zuikaku ("Happy Crane") in a TOKU Easy snap together edition.
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A new mold kit (No. 43132), that is to be released by August 24th, It has the option to be assembled as one of two vessels. The four Agano-class cruisers were all named after Japanese rivers.
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The Go Shiki 2Goh 5Gata Catapult was the most common naval catapult used in the Imperial Japanese Navy for its battleships and cruisers. A kit of this apparatus will be made available this month.
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Haruna was a warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War I and World War II. Designed by the British naval engineer George Thurston, she was the fourth and last battlecruiser of the Kongō class, amongst the most heavily armed ships in any navy when built. Fujimi is releasing a limited 'premium' version kit of this imperial battlewagon.
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Coming for the end of this month a new 1/350 Kaga. After releasing an early 3-flight deck Kaga in 1/700, Fujimi is rolling out a kit of the aircraft carrier's final appearance in the bigger scale.
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Takao was the lead vessel of her class and they were the largest and more modern cruisers in the Japanese fleet. Her sister ships were Atago, Maya and Chōkai.This re-release of their previous Takao kit now comes with a dedicated photo-etch set.
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This month Fujimi is releasing 3 full hull kits of the Imperial Japanese aircraft carriers, Hiryu, Soryu and Akagi. I made some tweaks to the original posting due to previous translation issues with the Fujimi site description of the kits.
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An early version of the Kaga when she sported 3 flight decks is one of Fujimi’s latest releases.
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Coming later this month, a kit of a cruiser that served as fast troop transport and a carrier of the Kaiten suicide submarines.
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Fujimi is releasing this month a full-hull Kongo in her 1941 configuration. Kongo started life as a battlecruiser and ended it as a battleship.
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Fujimi is releasing some new kits and re-releasing some others this month. Here's a listing of what's new.
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New Tool Kaga Coming
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Fujimi has been busy retooling a host of 1/700 World War II Imperial Japanese ships. There are aircraft carriers and battleships, aircraft carrying battleships and a couple of Pearl Harbor veterans.
Fujimi Models has been busy preparing for a host of 1/700 aftermarket sets for World War II Imperial Japanese ships. Ranging from carriers to battleships, photo etch to wooden decks, there is something here for every Japanese ship fan.
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  • Fujimi 1/700 IJN Minelayer Ship "Okinoshima"
Latest news in from Fujimi Models – two more great new 1/700 releases.
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  • Fujimi IJN Tsugaru
  • Fujimi IJN Kongou