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1/350 IJN BB Mikasa The Battle of Tsushima

by  Hasegawa
Product Description
This item is an injection-plastic ship model kit. 420 parts.   Click here for sizing chart.

The Mikasa was made the flagship of the Japanese fleet in 1903, and led the fleet against the Russian Baltic Fleet in the Battle of Tsushima (the Japan Sea) in 1905, taking part in the now-world-famous "Togo Turn" that enabled the Japanese navy to virtually wipe out the Russian fleet in a very short time. This gorgeous injection plastic kit of the Mikasa allows you to bring into your home all the precise detail of the only surviving Japanese battleship in the world! Hasegawa's tooling provides a full hull split left and right, and a detailed structure, with crossbeams inside the hull to support the deck and provide a very stable construction. The funnels and the front and rear bridge are constructed separately and then installed on the completed deck. As this is the Mikasa as she was in the Battle of Tsushima, she's got four 30.5cm main guns, 14 15.2cm secondary battery guns, 20 7.6cm secondary battery guns, and four 4.7cm rapid fire guns. Metal chain is included for the anchor chains; water-slide decals are included for markings. A display stand is also provided, and some water-slide decals for labelling the stand base are included. Rigging instructions are included (though rigging is not). The completed ship measures 37.9 cm long, 9 cm wide, 16.8 cm high.

Assembly Guide
Z (Big Ship) Series
Date Released:
June 2005
Package Size/Weight:
44.0 x 24.8 x 10.8 cm / 870g


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