Imperial Japanese infantry plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
Thought of as invincible by the Allied forces in the early stages of World War II, the Japanese soldier was a brave, disciplined, often fanatical, warrior who fought to the death sometimes against overwhelming odds. Conquering all before them and...
Japanese Bamboo Spear Fighter squadAdd to Wish List
As the Second World War progressed, Japanese forces were pushed back from the territorial gains they had made in the early stages of the war. With Allied bombing and ground campaigns hampering Japanese industry the Emperor’s soldiers learnt to use...
Japanese Infantry with compression riflesAdd to Wish List
Using both disposable and rechargeable power-packs that capitalise on Japan’s other significant Rift-tech advance in battery technology; the compression rifle can have a significant impact at longer infantry ranges. Its high firepower is harder to employ at shorter ranges due...
Japanese Battle Exoskeleton SquadAdd to Wish List
Granted access to the mass of German Rift-tech development, Japanese scientists were able to make significant advances in new areas of technology. One such field was that of exoskeletons intended to enhance the endurance and speed of the fighting soldier,...
Japanese Assault Exo skeleton squadAdd to Wish List
Granted access to the mass of German Rift-tech development, Japanese scientists were able to make significant advances in new areas of technology. One such field was that of exoskeletons intended to enhance the endurance and speed of the fighting soldier....
Japanese Shibito squadAdd to Wish List
The Shibito Squads were relentless on the battlefields of 1947, immune to fear and programmed to fight until they collapse. US and Commonwealth troops found themselves under constant pressure in the remote battlefields of the Pacific Theatre. Without the need...
Japanese Scorpion light walkerAdd to Wish List
The Type 6 Ke-Ho Kei-Hokousensha ‘Scorpion’ clearly owes its speed and agility to the German Spinne but combines this with a much lower profile and far quieter engine, making it an excellent recce vehicle. Nicknamed the Sasori (‘scorpion’) by its...
Imperial Japanese Army infantry squad (summer dress)Add to Wish List
NCO with rifle. 7 riflemen. 2-man LMG team. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Flags not included.
Japanese Type 4 Ho-Ro self-propelled gunAdd to Wish List
Inspired by German self-propelled guns the Type 4 Ho-Ro assault gun was based on a reinforced Type 97 Chi-Ha tank chassis. The Type 4 Ho-Ro mounted the Type 38 150mm howitzer. Surrounding the front of the howitzer was 25mm of...
Chi-Ha medium tank with compression turretAdd to Wish List
The advent of Rift-technology, however, has allowed Japan to close the gap in some areas. Although increasing industrial capacity hasn’t been easy, the study of the Rift messages provided by Germany has allowed Japan to create a family of rapid...