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YAWATA MARU: 1940 - 1:700th scale model kit

Product Description
N.Y.K. Line: The 1:700th scale waterline model by Aoshima of the graceful but ill-fated YAWATA MARU.

While the box is open, all plastic bits are still sealed in plastic. The instructions and decal sheets are also in the box.

NYK launched a trio of ships, NITTA MARU, YAWATA MARU, and KASUGA MARU, for Yokohama to Hamburg service. They were designed with lovely oriental-deco interiors. The first two ships sailed to San Francisco instead because of the outbreak of war in Europe. The third ship was never completed as a passenger liner. Instead she became the aircraft carrier TAIYO in 1942. Her two sister were converted the following year. All were sunk by U.S. submarines, with the KASUGA MARU/TAIYO being the last on August 18, 1944.

Excellent condition.
$25.00
Maximum quantity available reached.