A Japanese Historical Miniature Wargamer's diary.
Great looking pics, thank for sharing!Jason
You fellows put on some really lovely looking games. Well done!
Nice looking game there. :)
Hi Sada,Always so much fun to follow your work! I have been to Japan many times but never find Warmgaming stores. Where are they located at? I would love to go visit when I am in town!Ben AKA VS
Dear Der Feldmarschall;Dear Rosbif;Dear DFlynSqr; Thank you for the comment.Dear Victorious Secret; Though regrettable, the store which sells the figure for historical war games is not located in Japan. All the figures I have contributed to this blog are the articles imported from overseas. I am doing private importation. However, there is a store of the Games Workshop. Moreover, since many those who apply the figure for admiration are in Japan, a paint and a tool will be obtained if it goes to Akihabara.
Hi Sada,Like you I am a Perry Miniature fan, I will be going to Akihabara next year. I was hoping to see gaming stores but I find very few Japanese online related to paint 28MM and 1/72 scale. During the mid 80's Hobby Japan magazine used to showcase 25MM fantasy figures but no more. I guess American/European RPG is just not popular in Japan?VS
Dear Victorious Secret;Although RPG is played even in Japan, there are not so many people who play using a figure(25mm & 28mm).Most 25mm figures are not imported.Probably, the player of WarHammer is only using it 28mm.The persons of most which is playing the historical miniature war game in Japan are the directions which have visited Japan from the foreign country.It does not become precocious although the culture of the miniature war game has rooted in Japan.