--Musashi, the last battleship built by Japan, was laid down at Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works in March 1938 as the second Yamato-class battleship.
――In the construction, the improvement of the problems found in Yamato was incorporated, and the flagship equipment was further enhanced.
――Musashi, which was a national top secret like Yamato, was carefully concealed because it was built at a private shipyard.
――Since the 46cm main gun could only be manufactured at the Kure Naval Arsenal in Hiroshima, it was the first time for the Navy to build a transport ship Kashino dedicated to carrying 46cm guns, avoiding transportation by private ships for counterintelligence reasons.
--Musashi, commissioned in August 1942, departed for the Truck Islands, which was a strategic base of the Japanese Navy in January 1943.
――In February, Musashi, which had more interior decoration than Yamato, became the flagship of the Combined Fleet.
--Offshore model / Full hull model selectable
--Reproduce Musashi's unique parts such as the central structure and the back of the bridge with special parts
――A zero-type seaplane observation aircraft and a zero-type seaplane reconnaissance aircraft are included.
--Overall length: 376mm
* The image shows the product assembled and painted.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )