Slated for a May release from Aoshima, a 1/700 scaleKanmusu Repair Ship Akashi.
Aoshima models of Japan has announced the re-release of the IJN light cruiser Tama in 1350 scale.
Aoshima announces the April release of their 1/700 scale KANMUSU LIGHT CRUISER OYODO.
Aoshima models of Japan has announced the March 2017 release of the seaplane tender Akitsushima in 1700 scale.
Aoshima models of Japan has announced an etch set to go with their Akitsushima seaplane tender in 1700 scale.
Aoshima models of Japan has announced the March 2017 release of the aircraft carrier Victorious in 1700 scale.
Aoshima announces the February 2017 release of the 1/700 scale Light Cruiser 001 Last Type.
Slated for a February 2017 release is Aoshima's 1/700 scale British Aircraft Carrier HMS Hermes Battle of Ceylon Sea.
Aoshima of Japan has announced the September 2016 release of kit AOS01239, the Imperial Japanese Navy light aircraft carrier Ryujo as she appeared at the time of her destruction during the Battle of the Eastern Solomons.
Aoshima shares news of two new releases in the 1/700 scale range; HMS Hermes and IJA Hei Type Special Ship Akitsumaru.
Aoshima of Japan has announced the April 2016 release of AOS01210, a 1/700 scale version of the Imperial Japanese Navy Fleet Oiler Hayasui.
Some naval historical sources regard the Akitsu Maru and her sister ship, the Nigitsu Maru, as the first amphibious assault ships. This pioneering naval concept will become available as a kit this Spring.
Aoshima of Japan has announced AOS00933, a tiny 1/2000 scale version of the U.S. Navy battleship USS New Jersey (BB-62) as she appeared during World War Two.
Aoshima is reissuing several kits this December from their waterline series off IJN ship kits. They range from carriers to destroyers.
Aoshima has announced the October 2015 release of photoetch parts for their recent 1/700 scale USN aircraft carrier Wasp.
Aoshima of Japan has announced the October 2015 release of a combination kit consisting of a 1/700 scale US Navy Aircraft Carrier Wasp & Japanese Submarine I-19.
4 Waterline kits are to be released this summer from Aoshima, starting in June and going through August. They are two carriers a, 'food' ship and a seaplane tender, all from the Second Word War.
Aoshima of Japan has has announced the June 2015 release of kit AOS08379, a set of “Deformation Combined Fleet” full-hull Imperial Japanese Navy ships.
Aoshima is releasing an updated version of their kit of the IJN battleship Kirishima. A Kongo class battleship, Kirishima began life classified as a battlecruiser and became a 'fast battleship' after several refits in her 37 year service life.
Two new WWII Imperial Japanese submarine kits are coming this spring from Aoshima. The first is the KD6 type submarine I-168 and they other the C-3 cargo type, I-52.
Aoshima had an earlier kit (No. 509) of the Chiyoda as she was as a seaplane tender in her early life, a special submarine tender (No. 549) and now is offering her as she was after her reconstruction to a light carrier.
Kiyokawa Maru was a seaplane tender in the Imperial Japanese Navy, built at Kawasaki's Kōbe Shipyard. Launched in December 1936 as a merchant vessel for the Kawasaki Kisen K. K. Line. On 28 September 1941 she was refitted as a seaplane tender after being requisitioned by the IJN for the war effort.
A new waterline kit of the Royal Navy's most active early war carrier.
The Kamikawa Maru was one of nine merchant ships converted into seaplane carriers between 1937 and 1942. Each tender was equipped with two catapults on their aft well deck and carried eight aircraft. The ships were equipped on their bow and stern with single 6in guns and AA guns, 2 13.2mm, by their bridges.
Aoshima is updating their Kongo kit as a ‘Retake’ series release, slated for January 2015.