Updated specifications! A newly designed sticker is attached, and it can be reproduced more realistically.
Reproduce tourist spots all over the country with a model! You can easily create a famous tourist spot.
Sapporo Clock Tower, nicknamed the Clock Tower, was built in 1878 as a performance hall for Sapporo Agricultural College. It is a building with a characteristic appearance with a large clock placed on a triangular roof. Conceived by W. Wheeler, who succeeded W.S. Clark and became the vice-principal, and is modeled on the wooden architectural style called balloon frame that was popular in the Midwestern United States at the time. The large clock with dials on the four sides of the clock tower is manufactured by Howard, Boston, and is a mechanical tower clock that uses weights for power.
It was designated as a national important cultural property in 1970, and was certified as one of the "100 Soundscapes of Japan" by the Environment Agency in 1996. Currently, it is used as a museum / hall.
The newly added stickers include the clock face and window frame. The clock tower can be reproduced more realistically by attaching a sticker. The size of the completed clock tower is 90 mm in length, 63 mm in width, 65 mm in height, and the pedestal is 152 mm in length, 93 mm in width, and 12 mm in height.
**This product is a kit that requires assembly and painting.
**Adhesives and tools are required for assembly and painting.