The Kuma-class were the representative Japanese Navy light cruisers of the
Taisho-era. Completed in 1920, she took part in operations around the Aleutian
Islands and the Philippines. This model depicts the ship as she appeared in
1932, with 3 funnels, 8cm DP guns, and a canvas canopy over the bridge.
Degaussing cables and anchors are also sharply recreated. This model would make
a great display with other Kuma-class light cruisers.
Specs & Features
- Completed Length: 230mm
- Ready to assemble precision model kit.
- Highly detailed exterior.
- Several different guns included for armament.Metal piece included for
- Waterslide decals.
- Detailed pictorial instructions.