――The public housing is a five-story yokan-type housing building that was built and started moving in by the Japan Housing Corporation in the early 1965s.
――The staircase is on the north side, the dust chute is on the side of the stairs, and the balcony is installed and standardized on the south side.
――Since 2004, it has been the [UR rental housing] of the UR Urban Organization, and in recent years, the residential buildings have been constantly evolving, such as unique and distinctive painting, water supply pipes, expansion of switchboards, and roof repairs. increase.
――The public corporation specifications can be seen in many places throughout Japan, including the Kiyose Asahigaoka housing complex in Tokyo and the Toyoshiki housing complex in Chiba prefecture.
――The motif of the product is [65-5N-3K].
--Commercialization of public housing (public corporation & UR rental housing) with unpainted structure kit
――It is possible to make the public corporation era and the UR era separately by selecting the mounting parts.
--One public housing can be manufactured
--Ivory molding for outer walls, roofs and foundations
-Comes with a spider glass with a printed window sash
--The residence number, entrance door, and accessory accessories are included in the attached sticker (newly produced).
--A cut line (groove) can be set on the attic side to connect multiple buildings.
* Instant lettering and paint are not included with this product.
* Since it is an unpainted kit, it needs to be assembled and painted.
* Product specifications may differ from the actual product.
[Product set composition]
--Outer walls, roofs, foundations (ivory)
--No.6802 Residence number Instant Lettering A (corresponding to one building)
--No.6803 Residence number Instant Lettering B (corresponding to one building)
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )