"One of Japan's main food sources in the Edo period was fishing along with the crops. Being an island, it was rare not to find small piers or fishing ports in the small villas located on the coast. These small piers were occupied mostly by small boats, or Oshiokuri-bune, the name these received.
For the usual tasks of fishing in this type of ships were only four fishermen, the fact that on board were eight oarsmen gives us an idea of the need to gain speed to quickly reach the market in Edo (Tokyo) where the rich merchants paid for these first and coveted spring tuna equivalent to half the salary of a normal person. "
PVC foam, HDF.
Width: 7.2cm / 2.8in
Height: 8.5cm / 3.4in
Lenght: 8.6cm / 3.4in
Width: 13.2cm / 5.2in
Height: 3.5cm / 1.4in
Lenght: 22.0cm / 8.7in
Width: 5.5cm / 2.2in
Height: 2.5cm / 1.0in
Lenght: 14.6cm / 5.7in
This terrain piece is designed for Kensei but can be used in any other 28mm scale game. Combined with the other elements these can represent a common fishers and farmers small village.
Fishing Pier includes a set of individual pre-colored pieces. Some of the pieces come in a PVC/MDF sheet and you will need to cut the connections that fix them to the PVC sheet with an X-acto knife.
Assemble the different parts using by following the assembly instructions that can be found on following link: https://plastcraftg.com/pages/assembly-instructions
The use of cyanoacrylate glue or a similar one is recommended to assemble the model.
This model comes pre-colored and it is delivered unassembled.
Any models shown in the photos are for scale only and not included.
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