The Empire of Japan Channel at iModeler

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Banzai!…1/48 Mitsubishi Ki-51 Type 99 “Sonia” Imperial Japanese Army , Empire of Japan Group Build

12/2020 After a bunch of German stuff this year it´s time to move to another Axis Power. And it did fit perfectly for the Empire of Japan group build. Nichimo kit, first released in 1975, detail is nice and fit is good, only the canopy didn´t [...]

Aichi D3A1 ”Val” (艦爆), Midway Island, Hasegawa, 1/48

Hi everyone! This is my Hasegawa 1/48 Aichi D3A1 Val, built as part of The Empire of Japan 1919 - 1946 Group Build, here on iModeler. The Aichi D3A Type 99 Carrier Bomber (Allied reporting name "Val") was a World War II carrier-borne dive bomb[...]

1/48 Hasegawa Aichi B7A2 (Grace) Attack Bomber

This was the subject I built for the "Empire of Japan" group build. It was a Japanese dive bomber/torpedo aircraft with a gull wing configuration. I built it as the torpedo version from the 752nd Naval Flying Group. Overall this is a nice kit to[...]

Fine Molds 1/48 Mitsubishi Ka-14, the A5M ”Gull wing” Prototype

This is my first completion for our ever growing Empire of Japan Group Build. This is the Mitsubishi Ka-14, which eventually because the A5M "Claude". Apparently there were six different prototypes built. Each one was slightly different from[...]

1/72 Hasegawa G3M2/3 Nell

I built this as part of the iModeler "Empire of Japan" group build now under way. I had this in the stash since 2006 and it always looked nice in the box, so thanks for the inspiration to build it. It was a great kit...good fit throughout and [...]

Hasegawa 1/48 Nakajima Ki-27 “Nate”

Hi everyone! This is my Nakajima Ki-27Ko, built as part of "The Empire of Japan 1919-1946" Group Build, hosted here in this site. The Nakajima Ki-27 (九七式戦闘機, Kyūnana-shiki sentōki, or Type 97 Fighter) was the main fighter aircraft used b[...]

New Group Build announcement, the Empire of Japan 1919-1946

Now that a lot of us are working from home, or have to stay home because of the virus, no time is better than the present to start something new. A few months ago I mentioned this idea for a group build. Here it is.................... and e[...]