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Make Your Own Samurai Castle 9 : National Treasure Okayama -Papercraft 3D Puzzle Model Kit 1/300

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Condition: Brand-new
Genuine: Yes
location: Japan
SKU: JSUB0278101
Size: Height:0cm × Length:29cm × Width:21cm (Height:0.20inch × Length:11.69inch × Width:8.31inch)
Weight:99 g (0.22 lb)
Maker: Facet Japan
Manufactured Number: M09-2
EAN: 4571350470196

  • 1/300 scale model kit, finished size 14.5x21x16.0cm, 5.7x8.2x6.2"
  • Super realistic model designed based on historical drawing before the castle destroyed in 1945
  • 8-10 hours to complete
  • Assemble from 8 sheets of A4 size paper
  • Easy to understand photo instruction


Okayama Castle is a Japanese castle in the city of Okayama in Okayama Prefecture in Japan. The main tower was completed in 1597, destroyed in 1945 and replicated in concrete in 1966. Two of the watch towers survived the bombing of 1945 and are now listed by the national Agency for Cultural Affairs as Important Cultural Properties.

In stark contrast to the white "Egret Castle" of neighboring Himeji, Okayama Castle has a black exterior, earning it the nickname Crow Castle.
Today, only a few parts of Okayama Castle's roof (including the fish-shaped-gargoyles) are gilded in gold, but prior to the Battle of Sekigahara the main keep also featured gilded roof tiles, earning it the nickname Golden Crow Castle.

Construction of Okayama Castle was started in 1573 by Ukita Naoie and completed by his son Hideie in 1597. Three years later, Hideie sided with the ill-fated Toyotomi Clan at the Battle of Sekigahara, was captured by the Tokugawa Clan and exiled to the island prison of Hachijo. The castle and surrounding fiefdoms were given to Kobayakawa Hideaki as spoils of war.
Kobayakawa died just two years later without leaving an heir, and the castle (and fiefdom) was given to the Ikeda Clan, who later added Koraku-en as a private garden.
In 1869 the castle became the property of the Meiji government's Ministry of War, who saw the samurai era castles as archaic and unnecessary. Like many other castles throughout Japan, the outer moats were filled in and the old castle walls gradually disappeared underneath the city. On June 29, 1945, allied bombers burnt the castle to the ground. Reconstruction work began in 1964 and was completed in 1966. In 1996 the rooftop gargoyles were gilded as part of the 400th anniversary celebrations.
The reconstructed castle is a concrete building complete with air-conditioning, elevators and numerous displays documenting the castle's history.


Condition New. Good condition!
Binding Toy
Brand Nippon Paper Craft Meijo series
EAN 4571350470196
IsAdultProduct 0
Manufacturer Facet Japan
MPN M09-2
Publisher Facet Japan
Studio Facet Japan

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