Mount Fuji -The Spiritual Peak of Japan – Limited Version 6
225(W) x 230(D) x 70(H) millimeters (1 / 70,000 scale) || Weight:1700 grams (Net), 2500 grams (Gross)
Materials: Made of wood and polystone
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The Highest Mountain in Japan
Since Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in the country, the diorama model of this spiritual peak is based on the real map data of the area. With all the necessary details, skilled artists were able to produce a perfect model via the latest technology 3D printer.
All of the mountains details, and even its surroundings have been precisely carved. It provides everyone with an excellent reproduction of the mountain with the latest technology. The replica is also painted with subtle hints of red. This is to better associate it with Mount Fuji.
The color is acquired by mixing blue and other different shades. Hence, all the right shades that make up the spiritual peak.
Mount Fuji Product Information
The replica of Mount Fuji comes with an immovable black wooden plate, making it weigh a max of 2,500 grams. Its size is 255 x 230 x 70 millimeters (W x D x H) and is a 1 70,000 scale.
It is crafted out of wood and polystone. This is a compound consisting of polyurethane resin. It is mixed with additives to give it more weight. Compared to PVC or ABS, polystone is tougher, more durable, and can maintain a better paint finish.
Perfection and Accuracy
Based on the map data issued by the Geographical Survey Institute, this product acquired the shape of Mount Fuji using the latest 3D output technology. It is a perfect replica of Mount Fuji, making it the best prototype because of high replicating technology.
There are tons of Mount Fuji reproductions, but are all different from the actual thing. Sometimes, the replicas become deformed due to change of aspect ratios. In this product from Kensin©, the topography of the mountain is reproduced as it is. Accurate terrains, perfect scenery, all looking just like the real mountain.
The Red Mount Fuji Version
The snow on the Mount Fuji figure is 3D-raised and colored, and the touch of Ukiyo-e is hand painted. Seeing Akafuji is a rare natural phenomenon. It makes the mountain look red and dyed in the sun. There are only a few opportunities to see this since it is a rare scenario.
Kensin© selected the best angle that looks better than the topography data around the mountain. They also made finishing touches to make it appear like a piece of art. Something that everyone can appreciate anytime, anywhere.