Joshin Super Kids Land Osu Store · Sannomiya 1 Bunkan Exhibition Notice

Today we will have a sample exhibit of products released this month

It is an introduction of our store.



At Joshin Osu shop

Moving Background Movie, Battle of Leyte Ocean Battle is ExhibitingOtome Tokimeki

This video is in February this year

At the Wonder Festival in Makuhari Messe

I did an exhibition.


You can see the situation of naval battle from a game like viewpointsunglasses



In addition, Kimono of the ship NEXT series is used for animation

This month Nagato, the latest work of this NEXT series, is on sale.


Parts of prototype Nagato are also exhibited at Osu point.



Since we plan to display the animation until the beginning of the year

Please try going to see it as soon as possiblenote








It is Joshin Sannomiya 1 Bunkan.


In the car NEXT series, in August Alphard,

Velphire’s white pearl crystal shine in October

Just released

In December of this month FJ Cruiser is on sale.


At Sannomiya store we are displaying a lot of finished products of the same serieslove

This series uses pre-colored color plastic.

In addition, the product is multicolor molding, it can be assembled without painting.


Beautiful brilliant body reproduced without painting at store front by all means Glittertoo

Please see it.




So again next time!

NEW FROM Dragon Models -1/35 PLA “Gongchen” Tank (Captured Type 97 Chi-Ha w/”Shinhoto” New Turret – Smart Kit


EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195868800
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 12/5/2018
EST ARRIVAL: January 2019







It’s a limited-edition kit of the “Gongchen” tank, the very first tank used by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). This specific Type 97 w/Shinhoto (new turret) tank was captured from the Japanese in 1945. It later saw combat against Kuomintang troops in the Chinese Civil War and it was chosen to lead a victory parade in Tiananmen Square on Oct 1, 1949. Even today the “Gongchen” tank, whose Chinese name roughly means “Heroic”, is housed in a Beijing museum.

This 1/35 scale model is a hybrid that makes use of the chassis and hull from Dragon’s existing Type 97, combining it with the Shinhoto turret from Japanese maker. For modelers wishing to own an important slice of Chinese and PLA history, this kit is a fine selection. However, customers will have to be quick as it will be available for only a limited time.

Announcing our latest release – the 1/72 Redstone Launcher! -1/72 Spacecraft Series


  • Finely detailed Redstone rocket with launch stand
  • Finely engraved recessed panel lines and bolts
  • Parts and decals included to build any ONE of the following versions:
    • Juno I with Explorer I, America’s first satellite, or
    • US Army PGM-11 Redstone IRBM, or
    • Sparta, or
    • WRESAT missions
  • High quality water-slide decals
  • Detailed instructions included
  • Photo-etch parts included

Length:         approx. 293 to 302 mm (11.6 to 11.9 in) (without stand)
Diameter:     25mm (1.0″)

Width:           54mm (2.1″)
Parts:            29-31 (plastic) plus 14 (photo-etch)

New 1/72 Redstone Launcher Plastic Model Kit

The Space Race Begins!

During the late 1950s, the cold war continued to increase tensions throughout the world, as both the United States and the Soviet Union had an arsenal of missiles at their disposal, with many more under development. But now the attention would be directed towards space, and who would get there first. The Americans used one of their most reliable rockets – the Redstone – added three more stages to make the Juno I, and mated it with the Explorer I satellite. It successfully launched on January 31, 1958 from Cape Canaveral in Florida, and a new era had begun for the United States. In the coming years, the Redstone rocket would prove to be a very reliable booster, and was used to launch satellites and the first American Astronauts into space.


Contains parts and decals to build any ONE of the following versions:

  • Juno I with Explorer I satellite (Jupiter-C)
  • US Army PGM-11 Redstone IRBM
  • Sparta



McDonnell Douglas FGR2 Phantom 1:72


  • 1) XV466 D, No1435 FLT, RAF Mount Pleasant November 1991
    2) FGR.2 XV469 H 2 Squadron June 1976
  • 3) FGR.2 Phantom XV408 92 Squadron RAF Germany


As the Royal Air Force were looking to update their strike and close air support capabilities in the 1950s and 60s, they were initially expecting indigenous British designs to fulfil both of these roles, but spiralling development costs and government intervention saw them forced to look overseas for their new aircraft. As one of the world’s most successful multi-role jet aircraft, the McDonnell Douglas Phantom was selected for both the Royal Navy and the RAF and even though it was procured at a time of great uncertainty for the British aviation industry, it proved to be both a capable and popular aircraft in UK service.

Scale 1:72
Skill 3
Flying Hours 3
Number of Parts 160
Dimensions (mm) L247 x W162
Age Suitability 8+

Expected: January 2019

Pre-Order NOW