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Publisher: Neko Publishing
Country: Japan         Language: Japanese

Main Genre: general
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

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Japanese-English sub-title `Human and Aircraft Story of Aviation Adventure`. Big format (235x300cms) magazine-cum-book (`mook` as the locals call them), printed on the type of paper normally reserved for subjects like art and interior design.

Each issue covers a variety – some might say a hotch-potch – of subjects, ranging from seat of your pants flying (aerobatics, bush, combat flying) to modelling and restoration projects, rounded off with a few token book reviews and (lowering the tone/tome) prizes for a readership survey draw.

Photographic content is of a high standard (that man Tokunaga gets his name on the masthead again!). As is often the case a sprinkling of generally bad English is used for some titling. With an editorial staff of four – they can hardly be the most hard-pressed editorial team in the world – you`d have thought someone would`ve noticed that the now sold-out Issue No.1 was entitled `Schnider` (sic) – no trophies there!

Increasingly irregular publication. Only one issue (No.6) was published in Aug 2001 (featuring a flight in a US civil-registered F-104), and all of two (Nos.7/8) in 2002, the latest appearing in December. Japanese text only.
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Further information: Neko Publishing, Hibunya 4-21-13, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8545. Editorial – Tel: +81 3 5723 6006, Sales – Tel: +81 3 5723 6013, Fax: +81 3 5723 6023. Website: schneider-mag.com


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