general purpose leather carry case issued to the armed forces of Japan.
Tan leather construction with white stitching. Sporting a hinged lid
with a single strap and buckle for closure. The pouch has three leather
loops in the back for attaching to a belt. With four brass feet in the
A fairly good size pouch measuring 7.75" X 4.5" x 5.75".
general purpose canvas carry bag issued to the armed forces of Japan.
Canvas construction with a shoulder carrying strap
stitching. The picture on the right shows how the pouch is secured with the use of
A large brown leather case specifically designed for
The inside of the case has spaces for pens and pencils.
Construction includes D rings, roller style buckle.
Size; 11" x
Army. Lieutenant Colonel shoulder boards.
binoculars in case
compass. Plastic construction on
mask with head straps and clear lenses. The item was carried in a
brown canvas bag with shoulder straps. Issued to the different branches
of the armed forces.
This is the standard
belt issue to all Jap Army personnel during WWII.
issue Jap ankle boot
given to most Army soldiers in the front. The construction
consists of brown leather, lace up with hob nails on the soles.
construction of this pocket knife
shows signs of being late war. The handles are constructed from
unfinished wood. The blade is of folding style. The knife has a can
opener on one side.
Unit battle flag.
meatball' by allied soldiers
Private 2nd Class;
Private 1st Class;
with aluminium reinforced edges and lid. The handset is also made from aluminium. The cord is cloth insulated. The phone has a hand-crank on the
The wiring diagram and instructions can be seen on the inside of the
|This is a raincoat
issued to Army troops. The construction consisted of treated cotton,
plastic buttons and two front slanted pockets. A hood could be attached
to the coat. The hood was closed by the use of a strap that would button
together. The coat was knee length and khaki in colour
are the pants
that were issued to Army troops for tropical weather. The construction
consisted of light OD cotton, straight leg style. The buttons on the fly
were wooden. The pants had two pockets on the side, a belt loop and draw
strings on the legs. The most commonly size found is small. Pants would
normally, but not always, be stamped with the date of manufacturing. It
is also possible to find the name of the owner written or sewn in a tag
in the inner section of the pants.
container, measuring 13" in height. The lantern is of metal
construction with a wooden handle. the front swings open to gain access
to the lighting mechanism. Additional parts for the lamp are found in
the extra cases shown in the picture.