Been having fun in quarantine. Restoring, and assorting my Imai P-Land (sea)and Q-Land (space)kits. I think my obsession with these started in the 70's as I was glaring ads in my Father's "Model Art" magazines from Japan. Alas I could never actually find them as the Hobby Store my Dad frequented would only get random sci-fi kits as "Shipping space fillers". Not to say there weren't ones I regretted passing. But I had already learned many of the kits had great box art, the built-up you left much to be desired if not problematic in design. Many were pretty bad, and left half assembled out of defeat. But these P-Land kits were a distant fever dream. These are incredibly slow to find. I'm probably off of being complete by 3 un-built kits. I've luckily obtained 2-3 built up to play with. I also am the proud owner of Original Q-Land Box artwork. 3 of which were on YJP and the other two obtained from a private seller in Australia. Pretty sure it's the fragile nature of these kits and the vaccum-netic tiny vehicles, as I'm sure many were just tossed in the trash by jaded kids or ended up in a cursing Dad's foot, plus the Gerry Anderson crossover that could make them harder to find. Although I just cannot find any evidence, and I always look in Japan. I've never seen one in any vintage shop. Anyway as time progressed I'm sure i will share more images and stories.