1       View the entire WWII Japanese weapons catalog     Pistols, rifles, grenades, tanks, artillery, machine guns and chemical weapons, anti-tank guns, mortars, grenades, armored cars, sniper rifles, mortars, and more.

  1 - a       Weapons     This section contains the pistols and rifles used by the Japanese in WWII. Weapons include the Nambu pistol, Model 14, Model 94, Model 26, Model 38, Model 44, Model 99, sniper rifle, and more.

  1 - b       Weapons     WWII Mortars and Grenade discharges. Including the following dischargers; Model 10 50-mm, Model 89 50-mm, Model 98 50-mm, Model 11 70-mm. And the following mortars: 70-mm barrage, Model 97 81-mm, Model 91 81-mm. booby traps and more.

  1 - c       Weapons     Antitank and infantry guns. Field artillery including Model 94, Model 38, Model 90, Model 95, Model 14, Model 91, Model 92, Model 4, Model 89, Model 96 and others.

  1 - d       Weapons     View all the data in the areas of field artillery, anti-aircraft artillery, naval weapons and the latest information of chemical weapons.

  1 - da       Weapons     This is a study on field artillery. Pieces covered include the Model 94 75-mm mountain gun, Model 38 75-mm gun, Model 38 (1905) improved gun, Model 90 (1930) 75-mm gun, Model 95 (1935) 75-mm gun, Moel 14 (1925) 105-mm gun, Model 91 105-mm Howitzer and others.

  1 - db       Weapons     This section covers anti aircraft and naval artillery pieces. They include the Model 96 (1936) auto cannon, the single and dual 40-mm auto cannon, the Model 88 (1928) 75-mm gun, Model 10 3-inch gun, Model 3 (1914) 12-cm naval gun, and more.

  1 - dc       Weapons     Covers chemical warfare. From gas masks like the Model 95, Model 99, Model 93 No 2, Model 93 No 3. Also gas detector kits used by the army and navy. All the way to chemical artillery shells and bombs. Also covers grenades.

  1 - e       Weapons     Chemical weapons, chemical detectors, gas masks, gas candles, aerial incendiary bombs, gas shells, flame throwers.

  1 - f       Weapons     This section reviews the Japanese tanks, tankettes and armored cars of WWII. Among the items reviewed are lighter tanks, medium tanks and heavy tanks. Also included are the amphibious tanks (Model 2594 - 1934). Tankettes Model 92, Model 94 and Model 97.

  2       Weapons -     Tanks (Updated information - 1944)

  2a       Weapons -     Amphibious tanks, Armored cars, self propelled guns, flame throwing tanks and tank guns (Updated information - 1944). Specific information includes: Type 94 amphibious tank, Type 2 amphibious tank, Model 25 Vickers-Crossley armored car, Model 92 Naval armored car, Sumida armored car and many more.

  3       Projectiles and grenades     View the entire contents at once. This link gives you access to the entire inventory of Japanese WWII projectiles and grenades.

  3a       Projectiles and grenades     This is a study of the Japanese rockets employed during WWII. Contents include ground to ground, anti aircraft rockets, aircraft rockets and suicide boat rockets. Items discussed are the Type 10 19-cm rocket, Type 3 19-cm rocket, 20-cm navy rocket, 20-cm army rocket, 30-cm Mark I rocket and more.

  3b       Projectiles and grenades     The early Japanese rockets were not very good. With the help from German scientists they improved quite a bit in later years. Covered here are the guided missiles, rocket propulsion systems, jet propulsion systems and others.

  3c       Projectiles and grenades     Covers the chemical munitions employed by the Japanese armed forces during WWII. Items are: gas bombs, gas shells, the marking of chemical munitions. vomiting gas artillery shells, blister gas shells, choking gas, poison gas, smoke shells for marking and cover. Many more shells.

  3d       Projectiles and grenades     This is a study on WWII Japanese gas grenades, smoke artillery shells, Smoke grenades, and smoke candles. Items documented include: Frangile hydrocyanic acid grenade, Type 92 tear gas grenade, Type 92 vomiting gas grenade, gas candles, 110 pound smoke bomb, and much more.

  3e       Projectiles and grenades     Studies chemical, incendiary and illumibating shells. Included are the Molotov cocktail, fuzed and unfuzed. Incendiary stick grenade, Navy solid oil bomb and more. Also covered are the following illumination shells: Type 10 (1921), Type 89 (1929), Type 95 (1935), Type 90 (1930), etc.

  4       Weapons -     View the entire list of WWII Japanese equipment. This includes telephones, signal lamps, tractors, antiaircraft control equipment, horse drawn equipment, and more.

  4a       Weapons -     This section explores the observation equipment (binoculars, telescopes, ramge finders, etc.). Also looks at the personal body armor, artillery equipment, artillery and antiaircraft fire control.

  4b       Weapons -     The Japanese employed a series of tractors and earth movers to construct the military facilities as they moved forward conquering land. Tractors include the Model 92, Model 98 and Model 95.

  4c       Weapons -     The Japanese employed a surprisingly large number of horses during WWII. This section covers pack horses, spare parts wagons, ammunition wagons, and other types of horse based equipment.

  4d       Weapons -     This section deals with the Japanese WWII communications equipment. Items such as telephones, radio equipment, switchboards, telegraph sets, signal lamps, signal flags, hardware required to make communications operational and more.

  5       Weapons -     View the entire contents of this section. They include Cavalry, engineering and land transport amphibious equipment, construction, demolition, map surveying, cavalry saddles and equipment. cars, trucks and trailers.
  5a       Weapons -     This site contains information about amphibious equipment, construction and demolition equipment. Includes map surveying tools. Cavalry related items
  5b       Weapons -     This section is dedicated to Japanese automotive and land transportation. Includes trucks, trailers, motorcycles, bicycles and tricycles. Also covered are Japanese tents and medical equipment.