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1/80 Scale "NIPPON MARU"

Woody JOE
WJ-SS8003-o
Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model
About the SHIN NIPPON MARU
"NIPPON MARU 2 generation" is born as NIPPON MARU becomes superannuated in 1984.This model is a kit to be made based on the drawing of a real ship, and to receive a complete supervision of Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., and even for commercialization to require three years.

1/80 Scale "SANT JUAN BAUTISTA"

Woody JOE
WJ-SS8004
Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model

About the SANT JUAN BAUTISTA
San Juan Bautista in the early Edo period, is about 500 tons of large Japanese-made western warship that was built in cooperation to Sebastian Vizcaino of Spain who was staying in Sendai. Was across the Pacific Ocean for trade negotiations in 1613.
Wooden ship restoration was completed in Miyagi Prefecture in 1993. However, the ship was damaged by the 2011 earthquake. Then was rebuilt in 2013.

Keicho Diplomatic Mission Ship museum

1/75 Scale "KAIRIN MARU / Sail is attached"

Woody JOE
WJ-SS7502
Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model

The sailing boat which navigated the Pacific for the first time in Japan.
It is a screw promotion-type motorized sailboat equipped with a steam engine on the wooden hull which Japan ordered from the Netherlands.
Ride a Japan-U.S. trade agreement exchange mission in 1860; to San Francisco.
It is the historic sailing boat which John Manjiro, Yukichi Fukuzawa boarded with Kaishu Katsu of the captain.

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1/160 Scale "NIPPON MARU"

WJ-SS16001
Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model

With the aging of the original Nihon Maru, Nihon Maru II that was completed in 1984.
A practicing sailing ship complete with residential facilities and educational facilities that can accommodate 190 passengers.
Overall length 110 meters. It is one of the world's largest high speed sailing ships capable of sailing at a cruising speed of 13 knots.
The kit uses precision wooden laser processed parts.
Metal etching parts and soft metal parts are also included.
It is a precision model in a state of being anchored in the port.

1/160 Scale "NIPPON MARU / Sailing type"

TAMIYA
WJ-SS16002
Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model

With the aging of the original Nihon Maru, Nihon Maru II that was completed in 1984.
A practicing sailing ship complete with residential facilities and educational facilities that can accommodate 190 passengers.
Overall length 110 meters. It is one of the world's largest high speed sailing ships capable of sailing at a cruising speed of 13 knots.
The kit uses precision wooden laser processed parts.
Metal etching parts and soft metal parts are also included.
It is a precision model in a state of being anchored in the port.

1/75 Scale "KAIRIN MARU / There is no sail"

Woody JOE
WJ-SS7503
Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model

The sailing boat which navigated the Pacific for the first time in Japan.
It is a screw promotion-type motorized sailboat equipped with a steam engine on the wooden hull which Japan ordered from the Netherlands.
Ride a Japan-U.S. trade agreement exchange mission in 1860; to San Francisco.
It is the historic sailing boat which John Manjiro, Yukichi Fukuzawa boarded with Kaishu Katsu of the captain.

1/75 Scale "AKOGARE"

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Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model

About the WoodyJOE 1/75 Scale Wooden Sailing Ship Model  AKOGARE
Wooden parts in addition to abundant metallic parts multiuse the laser cutting, and have improved the assembly accuracy and the scale feeling. Moreover, it is easy to assemble and the perfection is the highest. Three masts has processed the taper.

1/70 Scale "OSYOROMARU"

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Woody JOE - Wooden Sailing Ship Model
About the OSYOROMARU
It was used as construction and a Hokkaido University practice ship of Japan in 1907.