Friday 1 October 2021

EE#3 - Mitsubishi Ki-21 "Sally" & Fiat BR.20 in hinomaru - OUT NOW!

After a very long wait, our latest publication in the Eagle Eye series, dedicated to two IJAAF bombers and titled "Mitsubishi Ki-21 "Sally" & Fiat BR.20 "Cicogna" in hinomaru", is NOW OUT!

192 pages, 
2 foldouts including extremely detailed multi-view illustrations in 1/72,
345 (!) photos of which 30 in colour,
70 colour illustrations,
97 drawings and other illustrations including "Sally's" manual,
17 maps.

Extensive coverage of all the campaigns the two bombers were involved in. Special and extensive focus on the Giretsu and other paratroop and glider operations. Special chapters on the Civilian and Green Cross "Sallys" and a lot more with many surprises and material that appear first time in-print!

You can order this monumental work now!
Price is 45+15(postage by air mail for all countries except Japan) = $US60

You can send payment directly to our PayPal address: 
Please don't forget to include your name and current postal address.

If you're interested to order our other publications in the Eagle Eye series (here & here) or other items from our on-line store, HERE, email us at our new address: with your name, address and a list of the items you're interested in and we'll reply within 24hours with availability and total pricing.

We have already started shipping all pre-orders.


Eric Vogel said...

Congratulations George and Kiri with this publication, it must have been a great effort to push on to the end to finish this book.
The photos of the Sally, on your website recently, gave a glimpse of what we can expect. I really look forward to read the book in the near future.

Best regards,


UniqloDudeHH said...

Good evening George,

I've just sent you the money. When will you start delivery? TIA.



Honza78 said...

I'm not inociously look forward !!!
THX George.

Arawasi said...

Thank you guys. Delivery will start before the end of this month.

David S. said...

Congratulations on finishing this important and much anticipated addition to the list of English titles focused on Japanese subjects.

Did the impressive number of pages (three times EE #1!) mandate any changes to the proven A4 format or magazine-style saddle stitch binding? I’m a hardcover fan, but saddle stitching works fine and is economical. Unfortunately, most glued softcover bindings wrinkle on the spine if opened fully.

PS Can't wait for Eagle Eye #4 on the Ki-48 ;)

Arawasi said...

Thank you David. Always A4 but yes, the binding needed to change. No hardcover titles in the Arawasi catalogue. Too cumbersome and heavy to ship around the world. More like the binding of our Manchukuo title, if you're familiar with it.
I'm afraid the next EE won't be about the Ki-48. There are two candidate subjects. The first is one that I've been working on for the past 20 years (!), the other is much easier. We'll see. Need to finish the next issue of our magazine first!

Mark Newton said...

G'day George, I've just sent the payment to your PayPal account. The timing of this book couldn't be better. I recently added an Italeri BR20 to my stash, and I also have a Revell/Takara Sally on its way to me from Japan. I'm very excited to have the book, too.

All the best,


Arawasi said...

Hi Mark, received payment okay, will notify you when I ship. I'm sure you'll find plenty of inspiration in our book for your models.


zegeye said...

I've send the money for this excellent publication. Can't wait for reciving it. 8-)

UniqloDudeHH said...

Hello George,

I‘ve just received my copy. Great work. Thank you very much. Will you write another book about the Ki-49?

Have a great day and stay healthy.



Dan Salamone said...

I received my copy the other day. The book arrived very quickly, was professionally packed, and the book itself is a superior product in every way. Congrats on creating this wonderful reference, and to anybody on the fence about buying the book, buy with confidence!


Michael Thurow said...

EE#3 just arrived this morning - a wonderful book George! Many thanks for dispatching it so quickly.

Slawomir said...

Today the book arrived to me. FANTASTIC! Thanks, George!

Mark Newton said...

G'day George,

EE3 arrived a few days ago, but I didn't get a chance to look at it properly until yesterday. It's superb! I can only guess at how much work has gone into publishing it, but it was well worth it. Many thanks from me and my son, who is becoming very interested in Japanese aircraft.

All the best,


Arawasi said...

Thank you too Mark. Very glad you liked it. Hopefully we have a new fan among or ranks.