About National Treasure Ginkaku
The National Treasure Ginkaku is a building in a mountain cottage built by the 8th Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa in Higashiyama, Kyoto.
After Yoshimasa's death, it became Jishoji Temple, and Ginkaku is the Kannonden. Completed in 1489, it well represents the taste of Higashiyama culture along with its garden. It is a building that contrasts with the gorgeous golden Kinkakuji Temple.
About the kit
Ginkaku is faithfully reproduced by laser processing.
The characteristic east, west, north and south, walls and roofs with different shapes are realistically expressed.
17 types of wooden laser parts, 18 types of wooden parts, 2 types of metal parts, 5 types of other parts.
Material: Natural wood such as cypress and agathis, metal
Accessories: Color assembly instructions, water surface sheet, wood for pond stones
Finished weight: 500g
* Paint and diorama materials (trees, ball gravel, powder) are not included in the kit.