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(Japanese Model Train Newsletter)

Tomytec new releases for June/July 2007

The following items are scheduled for release in June & July of this year …

June 2007

Machinami Collection #6 – this is a set of old style shops and other commercial buildings – you can see the pictures of them already posted here – The buildings, from top to bottom, are …

  1. Soy Sauce shop
  2. Ryokan A
  3. Storage buildings
  4. Ryokan B
  5. Green Tea cafe
  6. Soba Noodle shop

As usual there are 6 different buildings with a colour variation of each one, for a total of 12 per box.

Tree Collection #2 – this is three different types of trees, and as far as I know they come assembled with the branches formed, and you can add foliage material to suit yourself.

  • A – Cherry Blossom (3 – 60mm high)
  • B – Bamboo grove (12 together – 100mm high)
  • C – White Birch (2 pairs – 65mm high)

Minimum purchase is a set of three comprising one of each type and they must then be in multiples of three. Apparently there was a ‘Tree Collection #1’ late last year, but my supplier forget to tell me about it 👿

July 2007

Figure Collection #3 (7, 8 & 9) – these are sets of figures to use in trains or at stations – there are seated passengers as well as those standing holding on to the overhead rails or straps. Each set has the same figures in them but with a colour variation. Minimum purchase is a set of three comprising one of each type and they must then be in multiples of the three.


 The deadline to order any of these items is now past. 


March 11, 2007 - Posted by | Tomytec


  1. As 95% of the Japanese model train market is N scale, everything I sell or post about is by default N scale, unless specifically mentioned otherwise …

    Comment by redracer | March 18, 2007 | Reply

  2. Are they all for N?

    Comment by gamera63 | March 17, 2007 | Reply

  3. I never saw anything about Tree Collection 1 either. Keep up the excellent work Doug.
    Your site on Japanese buildings has been superb.

    Comment by Malcolm Scoular | March 11, 2007 | Reply

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