Daiso Case Layout #5 "Farmhouse in the Mountains 2": Yoshiaki Ishikawa, painted, 1:150 size

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Yoshiaki Ishikawa Completed diorama Ultra small layout N (1/150) size People are about 1cm tall

Approximate size (including case): Width 230mm Depth 133mm Height 134mm

Decoration: LED lights, button cell (2 x LR44) power supply and switch on the underside of the base

About the layout (track): curve equivalent to R40, track width 9mm, rail feeding is not considered.
The new layout "Farmhouse in the Mountains 2" is a left-right reversal of "Farmhouse in the Mountains 1", with slightly different detailing and layout.

About the car: Mini-mini train included.
The mini-mini train is a very small carriage specially made by Mr. Ishikawa, which runs on its own with a built-in button battery (2 LR44). It starts running when the batteries are loaded and stops when the batteries are removed. Speed control is not available.
Two LR44 batteries are supplied for running. It is ready to use on arrival.

Note: Due to the tight curve radius, only miniature trains are allowed to run.
Note:Due to the handmade nature of this product, details may vary.

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

The work of Yoshiaki Ishikawa, popular for his dioramas of kawaii trains running through fantastic worlds.
This is a very small layout that fits into the "Collection Box Arch Deep Type" from Daiso.

Running on this ultra-compact layout is a miniature train specially made by Mr. Ishikawa. This carriage has a built-in button battery and will run continuously for a long time when loaded with batteries.
Although the whole production is small, it is packed with buildings, trees, dolls and other small items that make it a must-see!
It also comes with built-in LED lights, so you can enjoy the night scene in a dark room.
The case is included, so there is no need to worry about dust and is ideal for interior decoration.
The collection boxes can be easily displayed side by side or stacked to create a series of collections, as the name suggests.

Due to the handmade nature of the pieces, some details may vary.

You can also find the works of Mr. Yoshiaki Ishikawa.

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