The Chi Ha tank was one of the most heavily produced Japanese tanks used in World War 2 with over 2,000 units being made.
It was armed with a 57mm gun and would fight in an infantry support role.
These light tanks were used with dash and daring and surprised the British by appearing in areas where they did not believe tanks could be used, the wet jungle proving no obstacle to them.
Resin and metal model, supplied unpainted and unassembled
MATCHING BOOK- JAPANESE TANKS 1939-1945