This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit. In June of 1945, the Japanese Army imported three Bf 109 E-7s from its ally Germany for research purposes. Studying the Bf 109 was a great way for Japan to learn about heavy fighters by conducting a simulated air battle with a Japanese Army Type 2. It's also said that it served as a reference for designing a water-cooled engine and mass-produced aircraft. This kit can be built as the first or second Bf 109 E-7s; the aircraft kit is from Tamiya, with new decals as well as scene parts like a Japanese Army mechanic and pilot, a fuel drum, and a Type 89 fixed machine gun. A seat belt from the Nano Aviation series for German aircraft is also included.