In the Hasegawa booth there were a few models that won the anual "Joyful Modellers' Convention of Hasegawa". One of the most impressive was the Nakajima B5N in 1/48 by Mizuguchi-san. Crew and flight deck are scratch built and the whole project was completed in one month!!!!
Another model from the JMC contest was the Mitsubishi J2M "Raiden" in 1/32 built by Furuno-san, in 60 working hours!!!
A very unusual "Raiden". Nichimo 1/72 (!!!) built by Blog Modelers member "hinomaru kokutai".
A really battered Hasegawa "Raiden" built by Tokushima Modelers Club member Yoshimoto-san. Excellent work on the engine.
Two "Raiden" in captured markings with no other data.
Aichi D3A1, Fujimi 1/48, by NonStock member Matsumura-san.
Hand paint markings.
One more (Val), Hasegawa 1/48, by Nomura-san.
A really very impressive (Val), Hasegawa 1/48, by Tokushima Modelers Club member Matsumoto-san.
Very clean Yokosuka D4Y2 "Suisei", Fine Molds 1/48, by Sugisaki-san
A lone D4Y2-S night fighter, Fine Molds 1/48, no other data.
Aichi B7A "Ryusei", Hasegawa 1/48, by DOGEN member Matsumoto-san.
Interesting paint job and very nice flight deck.
Lost in a huge presentation, a small Mitsubishi B5M, Hasegawa 1/72, no other data.
A turbosupercharged Nakajima C6N2 "Saiun", Fujimi 1/72,
by Museo 72 member "Paisuke"
Nakajima J1N "Gekko", Fujimi 1/72, by another Museo 72 member Iwao-san
Beautiful Mitsubishi G3M "Nell", Hasegawa 1/72, by Nasu-san.
Aichi E11A1, Fujimi 1/72, by Oikawa-san
Yokosuka K5Y2, Otaki 1/48, no other data.
Too many "Ohka" this year.
Two Yokosuka MXY7 "Ohka", Fine Molds 1/48,
by Osaka Prototype member Kondo-san
Three "Ohka", Fine Molds 1/48, by Kato-san.
The cockpit of the twin seater is scratch built.
A dramatic diorama with a fantastic (considering the kit) Aichi E13A "Jake", Hasegawa 1/72 and a PT117, Revel 1/72 by "KCC Yoshioka Kazuya Mokei Club"