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Arashyama Museum (Closed)
Arashyama, Japan

The Arashyama Museum was located near Kyoto. The collection included tanks, uniforms, artillery pieces etc. The following items where formally on display at the museum, until it closed in 1991. Currently, there whereabouts of the collection are unknown. The museum at one time also had a wing mounted gun camera on display.

Ha-41 engine with propeller
Single Ha-41 engine and propeller used in the Ki-49 Donryu (Helen). After the museum closed the location of this engine is unknown.

NK9C Homare 12 engine with propeller
Single engine and propeller from P1Y Ginga (Frances). After the museum closed, the location of this engine is unknown.

Kawasaki Ki-61-1ko Hein (Tony)
Wreckage of a Tony was displayed until 1991. After the museum closed, the location of this engine is unknown.

A6M7 Zero Manufacture Number 82729 Tail 210-B-118
Displayed at Arashyama until 1991 now displayed at Kure Marine Museum



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