Water mill : Seiichiro Mihara - painted - Non-scale
Size (including base, some parts protrude from the base): approx. 28cm (W) x 29cm (H) x 23cm (D)
Note: The stone next to the cart is the water sound switch, and the stepping stone at the entrance to the hut is the power switch for the waterwheel, which slides on and off. You can enjoy the sound of water and the rotation of the waterwheel.
The waterwheel is powered by 1 x AAA battery for the rotation and 2 x AAA batteries for the sound of the water. The batteries can be replaced from the underside of the device.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
The work of Seiichiro Mihara, who has many years of experience in model making and creates traditional Japanese scenes with a handmade feel.
The watermill is equipped with a gimmick that combines the power to turn the watermill with the sound of water.
In order to recreate the impression of looking up at the house, the roof has been carefully sloped to give a tighter appearance.
The waterwheel has been carefully designed to give the impression of looking upwards.
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