Restoration of the Port": Yukimasa Ito Paintings N(1:150)
Yukimasa Itoh's work will be exhibited at the exhibition "2011 Spring/Summer Story - N Tabijo" and will be available for delivery after the exhibition. Please note that this is an exhibition of works by Yukimasa Ito.
Please note that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this work will be donated to the Great East Japan Earthquake relief efforts, in accordance with Ito's wishes.
Yukimasa Ito (K.ITO) Pre-painted N(1/150)
Case dimensions: 22cm wide, 17cm deep, 16.5cm high
Structure: Tomytec's "Fishing Port B" and others
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
A series of works by diorama artist Yukimasa Ito "2011 Spring/Summer Story", Act III, Part 2.
The main character of this story is Ko-chan, a snow-melter. What story will Ko-chan tell us?
This is the last of the stories.
In fact, this is the scene where the author was most confused. I don't know how to describe it, but I heard that the head is even more shiny than before.
I'm sure you'll agree that it's a great idea. But I'm happy to say that he got me to the sea safely...
This is the first time I've ever been to the beach.
The Pacific Ocean is in trouble right now, but I'll do my best, too
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