A little known photo from the NARA collection of a Type 100 Command Reconnaissance Aircraft or Mitsubishi Ki-46-III Ko. Photos of the same plane are featured in FAOW#38 and according to the caption this Dinah was captured by US forces in Luzon's Clark airfield. Although the camouflage looks to be light green, it is actually dark brown (ankashoku) following the IJAAF orders given in Autumn 1944. Although not visible in this photo there is a bomb rack under the starboard wing for air-to-air "Ta-dan" bomb.
It does not seem to have any unit marking on the tail, unless it was a small one on the tail missing part.