61018-Aircrafts-1/48 Navy local fighter Raiden 21 type
Developed by the Japanese Navy as an air defense fighter at a land base during the Pacific War. A plastic model assembly kit for the Raiden 21 type, which began deploying troops in September 1945 and struggled to intercept the B-29 using heavy armament. It is a model with a unique style that is unique to Japanese aircraft, such as a thick fuselage equipped with a large engine with a large diameter. The main legs and tail wheels can be assembled by selecting the flight state and landing state. Three types of slide marks have been set, including a tank, two pilot dolls, and an aircraft belonging to the 302nd Air Corps that was active in air defense on the mainland.