My First Encounter with Model Railroading 2 : Yoshiaki Ishikawa Painted Non-scale

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Yoshiaki Ishikawa, completed diorama, non-scale (approx. 1:12 scale)

Approximate size (including case): 345mm wide, 335mm deep, 235mm high

About the layout (tracks): 9mm gauge. Assumed to run the included cars counterclockwise.

About the cars: A three-car train is included. It is intended to run counterclockwise on the rails of this work.

Power source: 2 AA batteries built into the base of the work. A switch is also located on the side of the pedestal. Place the car on the rails in the orientation shown in the photo, and turn the switch ON to start the train. The speed and direction of travel cannot be adjusted. If the car does not start running properly, push the car slowly counterclockwise. If the lights are dimmed when the power switch is turned ON, the batteries are low. Please pull the wire on the side of the pedestal to replace the batteries.

Note: Please note that due to the narrow curve radius and unique feeding method, only the included vehicle can run.
Note:Due to the handmade nature of this product, details may vary.

Information editing: Sakatsu Gallery

My First Encounter with Model Railroading 2" (Video Production: Sakatsu Gallery)

The work of Yoshiaki Ishikawa, popular for his dioramas of kawaii trains running through a fantastical world.
This work is based on and improved from a Hamamatsu Diorama Grand Prix exhibit in 2019. It is a 1/12 scale, dollhouse size work, which is rare for Ishikawa.

In the 1950s, model railroad manufacturers sold three-line O-gauge model trains.
Some of the cars were deformed and made of brass or tinplate so that children could handle them, but as toys, they were quite expensive. It seems that they were the object of boys' admiration.
This work reproduces such memories of those days with priority given to the image. The cars running in the ultra-compact layout were specially made by Mr. Ishikawa, and the dolls were also made by him with a retro touch, as if they appeared on the cover of a children's book or picture book of the time.
It comes with a clear acrylic case exclusively for for beautiful storage and viewing.

Note: Due to the handmade nature of this work, details may vary.

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