platz 1/48 TPA-29 U.S. Navy Electronic Warfare Aircraft EA-18G Growler VAQ-131 Lancers 2020 Low Visibility

Scheduled to be released in June 6,800 yen (tax included: 7,480 yen)
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Electronic warfare aircraft EA-18G Growler.

It was released in March of this year, and it is the same VAQ-131 Lancer aircraft deployed at Misawa Air Base this time.

So what’s different from the previous work?

This time, we will reproduce the low visibility painting machine in 2020 .

Some people say that the high-visibility of the clear coloring from the last time is good, but there are also people who say that the low-visibility of the modern machine fits well.

Which group are you?

The image changes greatly with high visibility and low visibility. Please enjoy the big comparison with 1/48.

And the decal design has been completed, so let’s introduce it!

Of course, the decals are made by Cartograf, which has a reputation for high quality.

At the venue, samples of decals and finished products made using them will be exhibited.
Please see how it actually looks.

The kit is made by Italeri, which is easy to assemble, and has a total length of 381mm.
Equipment unique to electronic warfare is also modeled in detail.

platz 1/48 U.S. Navy F-14A Tomcat VF-21 Freelancers Atsugi Base

Scheduled to be released in July 5,000 yen (tax included: 5,500 yen)
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In reality, it has already been retired, but as a kit it is in the midst of active use.
This time, I chose markings from the VF-21 aircraft deployed at Atsugi base in the 1990s.

The high-visibility markings are reproduced by Cartograf, a unit familiar to Japan.
The finished length is a powerful 390mm, and the variable wings that can be said to be a feature of the F-14 Tomcat are also movable. It means that the fun after completion will also spread.


Scheduled to be released in June 3,000 yen (tax included: 3,300 yen)
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“Ferris camouflage” that appeared as an experimental camouflage in the 1970s.

The Marine Corps currently deployed in Japan, VMFA-312 Unit 312 has this Ferris camouflage, but we will reproduce the aircraft.

The decal is made by Cartograf and expresses the characteristic Ferris camouflage with a decal.
The parts are easy to assemble, and the fuselage shape and panel line are accurate.

The presence of the decals that express the ferris camouflage on the back of the fuselage and the top of the main wing is noteworthy.

If you paint light gray and put a dark gray decal of Ferris camouflage, you can almost see the whole picture!
We are also planning to exhibit the completed model at the hobby show, so please look forward to it!

platz FC-21 1/144 JASDF F-104J Starfighter “Glory” Last Flight

Scheduled to be released in June 2,800 yen (tax included: 3,080 yen)
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In addition, the F-104J, which has been requested by many airplane fans, is now available with new markings.
In this kit, we have selected the markings of the Gifu base aircraft and the last flight of the F-104J “Eiko”, which protected the skies of Japan for a long time from the 1960s to the mid-1980s, when it was retired in 1986. The markings are reproduced with beautiful Cartograf decals.
The model reproduces the sharp silhouette of the F-104, which was called “the last manned fighter”, with a total length of about 110mm.
This is also a set of 2 units made by F-Toys, which is easy to assemble.

Introducing the product version design of the decal along with the illustration!
This is the design of the last flight and the marking of the flight development experiment group at Gifu base.
The caution marks have been faithfully reproduced, and despite being a 1/144 slim and sharp aircraft, there
is a wealth of information!

platz 1/144 FC-22 U.S. Air Force F-16C Fighting Falcon Thunderbirds

Scheduled to be released in August 2,800 yen (tax included: 3,080 yen)
plastic model kit

And the final model of the airplane model introduced this time is the F-16 of the Thunderbirds, an aerobatic flight team with colorful markings.

There are many aerobatic teams around the world, but among them, the US Navy’s “Blue Angels” and the US Air Force’s “Thunderbirds” can be called the best of them.

Since we have made demonstration flights in Japan many times, some fans may have actually seen it.
US Air Force Thunderbirds. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the F-16’s A-type operation.
During that time, there was also a competition with the Air Self-Defense Force’s Blue Impulse.
Please realize the competition on the desk with 1/144 by all means.

The colorful and distinctive markings of blue and red that shine on the white aircraft are reproduced with beautiful decals made by Cartograf.
The parts are made by F-Toys, which is easy to assemble, and are a set of two.
Since it is a 1/144 kit that can be assembled easily, I would like you to prepare 3 kits and try to form a team of 6 aircraft.