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J7W1 Shinden Restoration 3D Design Tips

Kyushu J7W1 Shinden 3D design reconstruction record

lureheadI restore the 18th Experimental fighter “Kyushu J7W1 Shinden” of an illusion developed with STRATA3D just before the Pacific Wars end of the war. I introduce design Tips of 3D Shinden while introducing various contents such as the tendency of the times at the time of the Shinden (Kyushu J7W1 Shinden) development, the history, an anecdote, performance, a design drawing, a design, various data, evaluation to Shinden from the various countries in the world, topics of Shinden of the overseas site, a plastic model, RC radio control, a scale model. The advanced body design which the canard has will never disappear from the memory of airplane fans in the world.


The body of J7W1 Shinden was resolved into Garber institution of the Smithsonian, and it has been kept now. After Pacific Wars end, the wreckage left in the corner of the runway of the Kyushu airplane was restored by an order of GHQ once. However, it was disintegrated again without taking off and was carried to U.S.A.. And time more than 60 years passed. But the plan of the reconstruction is unclear.

Perhaps while I live through, it may not have a chance to be restored to the original state. For the airplane fan who was born after World War II, it may be said that Shinden is a masterpiece airplane letting you feel the warmth in the times when an airplane breathed in a neighborhood of people more than the present.

I drew the rendering image of this page by new body data this year. The detailed portions are still remained. They are in a totally untouched. I’d like to let you feel breathing from this airplane.

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3 Responses to “Kyushu J7W1 Shinden 3D design reconstruction record”

  1. Marc Shaw said

    Hey, I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say GREAT blog!…..I”ll be checking in on a regularly now….Keep up the good work! 🙂

    – Marc Shaw

    • kikakuya said

      Thank you for your comment. New influenza has begun to extend in Japan. Please keep your health good for your family. Regards, Lure Head

  2. Alex O said

    Is there any way that you can help me with the photo from the museum at a higher resolution ( a bether quality ). Im intrested because i whant to reproduce the exact interior of my 1/48 scale aircraft kit. Domo arigato

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