The Yoshida Hishou is an A-shaped plane with two reverse propellers. The design dates from 1911 when 3 A-shaped models successfully crossed over the Sumida River in a model plane contest. The kit uses balsa wood, ultra light white styrofoam, rubber bands, and 125mm reverse pitch propellers. It has a wingspan of 16″ and overall length of 18″. Complete illustrated instructions and glue are included. The kits are packed in boxes with handsome graphics in Japanese and English. A beauty, no?