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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 – https://jmtn.wordpress.com/2007/01/30/preview-pictures-of-new-tomytec-items/. 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.

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

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March 11, 2007 - Posted by | Tomytec

3 Comments »

  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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