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Arteis0213 Apr 2017 8:13 p.m. PST

Ever since I first started collecting 28mm samurai figures, I've yearned for a Japanese castle to go with them. That dream is finally coming true!

Over the years I've seen a few castle models advertised on the internet, but they were either too expensive, or didn't quite capture how I thought a Japanese castle should look.

But when I spotted the latest new models in Plast Craft Games' Fukei range, I realised straight away that they would fit both the traditional appearance and the affordable cost I was after.

Here's a photo review I've just done of these buildings: link


saltflats192913 Apr 2017 10:08 p.m. PST

Thanks for this

Mako11 Inactive Member13 Apr 2017 10:14 p.m. PST

Looks really great!

Jamesonsafari Inactive Member14 Apr 2017 7:37 a.m. PST

Those are really cool.
I'll have to save my pennies

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP14 Apr 2017 10:08 a.m. PST

Nice castle!

Must Contain Minis16 Apr 2017 1:26 p.m. PST

Those are nice

Borathan16 Apr 2017 7:28 p.m. PST

How is the edging on the pieces? I know several of their older ones, at least used to, have some issues with the bright white plastic they used as the base piece that stood out like a sore thumb without some work done.

Did they fix that now?

Arteis0217 Apr 2017 11:44 p.m. PST

Of the three kits I've reviewed, the only place where there is white plastic showing (as apart from MDF or thick card edges) is on the corners of the little upper storey building of the sumi tower.

I found these edges very easy to paint with brown acrylic to match the wood, as you can see in this photo:


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