The Mitsubishi G4M1 Model 11 was officially adapted in 1941 as the successor to the Type 96 bomber. Featuring a long flight range which enabled it to attack enemy fleets from land bases, it went on to serve as the IJN's main land-based bomber in the Solomon Islands in 1942. Most of the G4M1s during the Solomon Island campaign had their outer tail cones removed to provide a better field of fire for the tail-mounted 20mm cannon.
'1/48 scale plastic assembly kit of the Mitsubishi G4M1 Model 11. Length: 416mm, Wingspan: 518mm. 'The tubular form of the G4M1 has been accurately reproduced. 'Realistically reproduced tail cone with outer section removed. 'Cockpit details, including instrument panel, gun sight, floor panel, and bulkhead, feature realistic details. 'Canopy above the left side pilot seat, dorsal turret, and the aircraft's flaps can be depicted in either up or down position. 'In addition to clear canopy parts, pre-painted canopy parts are also conveniently included. 'Kit contains a total of 17 figures: 1 depicting Admiral Yamamoto, 1 observer, 2 pilots, 1 gunner, and 12 mechanics. '2 kinds of decals included to depict Admiral Yamamoto's and Vice Admiral Ugaki's transports respectively.