"KAIRIN MARU / Sailing type"Japanese Sailing Ship

Woody JOE
WJJSS 75-03 / Level 3
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1/75 Scale "KAIRIN MARU" Wooden Sailing Ship Model, by Woody JOE

The sailing boat which navigated the Pacific for the first time in Japan.
A sailing ship where Japan in the Samurai period ordered shipbuilding in the Netherlands. The sailboat was a screw-propelled ship equipped with a steam engine on a wooden hull.
Kanrin Maru is a historical sailing ship sailing to San Francisco to conclude the Japan - US Trade Treaty Convention in 1860.

Learn more about this product at the following site.
Ship Model Building News for Clare Hess

Please see here for the display case.
Sailer Model Display Case / TYPE 11

*Warship calendar, start of work 1856. Placement on duty 1857. Military retirement 1871.
*Total displacement, 620t
*Full length. 48.8m
*Overall width, 8.74m
*Power, the sail of three masts. Steam engine of 100HP
*Maximum velocity, 6 knots (10km/h)
*A weapon, 12 cannon gates

About the Model
*Improvement version (laser beam machining part use)
*Time until completing: For about 150 hours
*Sail is attached to the product.

Manufacturer Woody JOE
Scale 1/75
Package size
Length 820mm
Width 203mm
Height 487mm
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