From the manufacturer:
At WWII's end, several of Japan's aircraft were repainted with a green cross as a sign of surrender. Many planes, including select Ki-46-IIs, transported Japanese diplomats to work out the terms of surrender in September of 1945. This Ki-46-II retains the IJAAF roundel. Many historians believe this was unintentional. The Ki-46-II shown here took delegates from Rabaul to the Royal New Zealand Air Force field in Jacquinot Bay.
All parts come molded in white plastic with clear for the canopies. Measures 153mm long and 204mm wide when completed.