Model Dealers in Japan

Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby Spevna on Wed May 18, 2011 4:01 pm

Admiral-Badruck wrote:are they 15mm or 28mm it is hard to tell from where I am can see...



28mm.

There are some clearer pics on the actual site;
http://www.lead-adventure.com/

These Post Apocolyptic TinTin characters are great!
http://www.lead-adventure.com/product_info.php?cPath=1&products_id=48
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby Admiral-Badruck on Thu May 19, 2011 12:24 am

I like the whole line to be honest...
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby ashmie on Thu May 19, 2011 6:33 am

Paints will be my main concern once they start to run out. I guess I can always stop up at Yellow submarine or when I go home.
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby Spevna on Thu May 19, 2011 11:15 am

ashmie wrote:Paints will be my main concern once they start to run out. I guess I can always stop up at Yellow submarine or when I go home.


I get all my paints from DIO World, the local DIY centre. They have pots that are at least double the size of Citadel for about half the price. They don't seem to have done my minis any harm
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby kaz on Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:05 pm

ashmie wrote:Paints will be my main concern once they start to run out. I guess I can always stop up at Yellow submarine or when I go home.


Hello.
I started selling Vallejo gamecolor line in my shop.
You could buy them here http://terra-incognita.jp/71.html.
Ordering by e-mail is welcome!
order@terra-incognita.jp
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby job on Tue Mar 04, 2014 1:24 pm

I just want to plug for Ringtail and a Yuuta-san there. I've had two good experiences ordering first Dropzone Commander and then Warhammer products from the store.
http://www.ring-tail.com/shop-category. ... a=E&Cat=15

Good selection of models and it is nice that the money goes to support some gaming space in Japan.
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby Bugman74 on Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:58 am

I'm a big supporter of supporting Japanese retailers and I hope to continue to do that in the future whilst living here.
I just wish that more online retailers would except Papal as a payment option as that is the method of paying for hobby stuff.

Ringtail has a great selection, but I have not ordered from them as yet. As my local store closed I will have more opportunities to help other stores with my money :)

VOLKS Akihabara has an online store and is the Japanese distributor of Vallejo products.

https://www.volks.co.jp/page_ex.jsp?CON ... version=en
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby job on Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:19 am

Volks has been a location I've been interested in for some time. I've meant to drop by on one of my Tokyo trips.

As for Ring-tail, I highly recommend. There's also a point system so you earn some future discounts depending upon what you buy and how much you spend. Big range of model makers. Free shipping over 10,000 yen.
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby The Other Dave on Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:26 pm

job wrote:Volks has been a location I've been interested in for some time. I've meant to drop by on one of my Tokyo trips.

You know they have a store in Osu, right? That's where I get all my Vallejo paints.
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Re: Model Dealers in Japan

Postby job on Sat Jan 20, 2018 1:40 pm

The Other Dave wrote:
job wrote:Volks has been a location I've been interested in for some time. I've meant to drop by on one of my Tokyo trips.

You know they have a store in Osu, right? That's where I get all my Vallejo paints.

Oh Volks! Oops I mixed it with another shop in my tired state of mind. :oops:

This was the other store:

https://arrows-llc.com/webstore/product ... id=1030099

I've always meant to buy from them to see what's it like.
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