Honpo-ji is a Buddhist temple located in Kyoto, Japan; it was established in 1436. The temple survived 7 centuries and it can be seen nowadays, which is just great because it means that you can actually see a real Honpo-ji Pagoda - a prototype of the cardboard model! Pagoda is a multi-tiered building with a tiled roof that usually can be seen near the temples in Japan and other Eastern Asian countries.
The model is recommended for historical war games about Medieval Japan, Japanese invasions of Korea or about the Pacific war during WWII; the Pagoda is compatible with 10 or 15 mm miniatures of 1/100 and 1/72 scale. One more cool thing about this kit - the model is made in H0 scale and can be used is railroad dioramas as a nice terrain alongside near the railways!
The model is made of durable cardboard of 1 millimeter thick; it has double-sided full-color printing and embossing. So you have no need to paint this terrain because it has nice and realistic exterior pictures and detailed interiors.
Note that through the material of the model (cardboard) you can modify it or turn it to a ruined or a burned out building.
The model is provided with language independent step-by-step instructions and can be easily assembled without glue or scissors.
|Game system||War games|
|Scale||15 mm, HO (1/87), 1:100 (10 mm)|
|Shipping weight||0.3 kg|
|Contents||65 details, assembly instruction|
|Size of the assembled model (L*W*H)||5x5x8 inches (130x130x210 mm)|