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Battleship Series

TAMIYA 1/350 Scale Battleship Series.This magnificent scale takes us sailing into a new category of big ships. which are large enough to take advantage of excellent detailing, but still small enough to be displayed sensibely. Our precise precise reproduction will give you enormous satisfaction.

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TAMIYA "Japanese Yamato Battleship" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.25

Tamiya's Flagship Sets Sail
Based on the latest historical research, this famous WWII battleship has be reproduced down to the finest detail in this 752mm long 1/350 scale model kit. Even parts which had not been seen before in model form, such as the turret barbettes, have been reproduced as Tamiya challenges conventional ship model standards.

TAMIYA "Heavy Cruiser Tone" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.24

TAMIYA "Japanese Heavy Cruiser Mogami" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.23

TAMIYA "Japanese Light Cruiser Mikuma" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.22
Stylish Light Cruiser Form
The Japanese Navy's Mogami-class light cruisers were planned under the London Naval Treaty limits with an 8,500 ton standard displacement with 5 triple 15.5cm gun turrets. There were four ships in the class with the Mikuma being the 2nd to be completed in August 1935. She received distinctive Mogami-class features such as the flared bow, compact superstructures, and uniquely shaped funnels, while having different details on the aft mast and crane from those of Mogami, the 1st ship of the class.

TAMIYA "Japanese Aircraft Carrying Cruiser Mogami" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.21
The Aircraft Carrying Cruiser
In the latter half of the Pacific War, the Japanese Navy refitted the Mogami to improve her reconnaissance ability. Construction of the Mogami was completed in July 1934, and she was initially armed with five triple 15.5cm main guns. After the withdrawal of the London Naval Treaty, she was refitted with three triple 20.3cm main guns and became a heavy cruiser.

TAMIYA "Japanese Navy Destroyer Yukikaze" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.20
A Brave Warrior
After the withdrawal from the Naval treaties, plans were laid to build Kagero-class warships. The Yukikaze was the 8th completed destroyer built of the Kagero-class in January 1940. The Yukikaze saw fierce action at Midway, Guadalcanal, Mariana Islands, Leyte Gulf, as well as serving in other battles throughout the Pacific Theater. Furthermore, she also served as a patrol ship and assisted in transportation duties.

TAMIYA "Japanese Navy Submarine I-400" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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Crane can be posed in both extended and stored positions even after assembly. Crane arm and hook are depicted by precision photo-eetched parts.

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Hangar door can be posed in both opened and closed positions. Inner part of hangar door details, as well as propellers and trolleys for the Seiran aircraft are all depicted by photo-etched parts.

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Conning tower bristles with antenna and snorkel details, as well as the single 25mm gun mount. Periscope can be modeled in up or down positions.

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Three triple-mount 25mm AA guns feature meticulous detail thanks to the use of advanced laser processing techniques.

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The submarine\'s screw propellers are also highly detailed, and the rudder is installed via polycap, allowing it to be fully movable.

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This area shows the 8 torpedo tubes and the diving planes, which can be modeled in the extended or retracted positions.

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Just like the actual submarine, 3 Seiran aircraft with wings folded can be stored inside the hangar

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A full set of photo-etched parts including crane arm, various antennae, and Seiran propellers are included with this kit for the most realistic finish possible.

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.19
About the I-400
Created as part of a plan to attack major cities in the United States and the Panama Canal, the three I-400 class large aircraft carrier submarines were quite technologically advanced.

TAMIYA "German Tirpitz Battleship" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.15

TAMIYA "German Bismarck Battleship" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.13
About the German Bismarck Battleship
At 06.00 hours on Saturday 24th May 1941, at position 63o 20' N, 31o 50' W, the Royal Navy was dealt one of its most shattering blows. The 42,000 ton battle-cruiser Hood was destroyed after an action lasting barely eight minutes with Bismarch, the largest and most modern battleship in service with the German Navy.

TAMIYA "U.S. Navy DD445 Fletcher" 1/350 Scale Battleship Series

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TAMIYA Battleship Series No.12