OPENED RESIN KIT 14" TEST SHOT!! Godzilla 1962 Kingoji 360 DAIMOS
This is unbuilt / unpainted resin kit.
TEST SHOT!! Godzilla 1962
Monster Labo DAIMOS 10th anniversary kit
"TOHO Kenbunroku No.13 360 Kingodzi / Kingoji (Godzilla King Kong model)"
* Diorama is not included. Only the Godzilla and the logo plate are included.
Approx Height: 14 inch / 36 cm
Approx logo plate size: 3 x 4.7 inch / 8 x 12 cm
Weight : 10lb / 4.6kg
Sculptor: Hiroshi Murakami
What’s Resin Kits?
Collecting and building resin kits (widely called “garage kits” in Japan)
is Japanese representative subculture rapidly grown after 1980.
Most popular subjects are often female anime figures and other anime characters,
KAIJU monsters such as Godzilla, creatures, military, and others.
Most commonly they are cast inpolyurethane resin,
but other materials are soft vinyl, plastic, FRP, and white metal.
Originally the kits were sold and traded between hobbyists at conventions like Wonder Festival.
As the market grew a number of companies began producing resin kits professionally,
such as Volks, Kaiyodo, and Kotobukiya.
Well-known private makers are Godzilla Dream (Yuji Sakai Zokei Kobo),
T's Facto, Image, DAIMOS, Monster Maker 28 (MM28), Asai Zoukei,
GowRow, KITORA, TANAKA KENNICHI, and more!
The scale of figure kits varies, but 1/8 seems to be predominant.
Prior to 1990 the dominant scale was 1/6. Larger kits (1/3, 1/4, etc.)
generally command higher price.
The builder has to paint and assemble the model, preferably with an airbrush.
However, they can also be painted with a regular brush using a variety of techniques
to achieve similar effects as when painting with a conventional airbrush.
KAIJU JAPAN introduce these resin kits that are hard-to-find in Amazon, ebay or other online stores!!