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Vision of J7W1 Shinden

Posted by kikakuya on October 27, 2009


I’d like to introduce some photographs that I’ve made up my mind to make 3D restoration of the fighter of this phantom.  They’ve given me a chance. In those photographs, they made me find an appearance to dance in the sky like swallow, at the same time, hidden brightness and darkness in last war, balance of destruction and creation.  It can be said that a certain kind of social dandyism felt by this airframe has been a meaningless inheritance that Japanese seniors (my father’s age) left now. However, wishing that it keep existing on the corner of the mind to which this inheritance longs for peace indefinitely doesn’t stop. ・・For my grandchild and all families.

J7W1 Shinden dismantled in “The Paul E. Garber Preservation, Restoration, and Storage Facility”.

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J7W1 Shinden(1946-1946) restored by GHQ after end of the war

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Photograph © : J7W1 Shinden House All rights reserved.

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