First up is a group built by Blog Modelers (here) of no less than nine Zeros in 1/72.
The best Zero presentation by Blog Modelers member, "hinomaru kokutai". Fine Molds 1/72 with scratch built frame.
A nice Tamiya A6M2 in 1/48 by Mikansei Team member Asada-san.
Old Tamiya A6M5hei in 1/48 by another Mikansei Team member, Ooyama-san.
A tribute to Zero Ace Sakai Saburo in 1/48, Tamiya, by one more Mikansei Team member, Ogino-san.
Hasegawa A6M2 in 1/48 by Mokei No Kai Wadachi member Sakamoto-san.
Hasegawa A6M3 1/48 by Blue Magic member Sakaguchi-san. Brush painted.
A very impressive scratch built wooden A6M5 in 1/32 by Zenkoku Solid Model Club Rengokai (a get-together of six different solid model clubs from around Japan) and Saiun Kai member, Katsuragi-san. Prop, flaps etc are all movable. Best Zero of the show in our opinion.
Tamiya A6M2 in 1/32 by Fuji Wing 8 member, Ichiji-san.
Fine Molds A6M5 and Ace model Kurogane in 1/72 by Osaka Prototype member, Kondo-san.
Fine Molds A6M3 in 1/72 by another Osaka Prototype member, Nishimoto-san. Brush painted.
Fine Molds A6M2 in 1/72 by one more Osaka Prototype member, "yasenyahiro".
And now, time for some rather "unusual" Zeros.
Airfix 1/72 inspired by 50 year old Aurora box art by Blue Magic member, "yellowman".
Hasegawa 1/48 aerobatic Zero-sen by MGS member, Adachi-san.
Who said Japanese airplanes can't be fun! Tamiya A6M5 with traditional Japanese gold-lacquered design by Nagoya Mokei Aikokai member, "fukucho".
Many more photos tomorrow.