Anigrand 1/144 Nakajima G5N Shinzan (mountain recess) Japanese Imperial Navy experimental 13-Shi transport aircraft, by Scott Van Aken. The Nakajima G5N Shinzan originated due to the Imperial Japanese Navy's interest in developing a long-range attack bomber capable of carrying heavy loads of bombs or torpedoes a minimum distance of 3,000 nmi (5,600 km; 3,500 mi). To meet this requirement, it became apparent a four-engine lay-out would be necessary.
J7W1 Shinden by Steve Martin (Hasegawa 1/48). One of the last warplanes of the Rising Sun, the Kyushu J7W1 Shinden (Magnificent Lightning) was basically ordered straight off the drawing board by the Imperial Japanese Navy in its desperate search for a high performance interceptor. The J7W1 was one of the few canard (tail-first) airplanes to be developed during WWII.