Assemble Water Mill (reverse side)
1 Paste up 13 and#14 (12 sets is made).
And it is made to move freely, although it lets it pass in the hole of #11 and #12 without pasting up. All other parts glued on #1
2 Cut "Shoji-paper" (very, very thin paper. included) using scissors, and pepar on the #16. be carful about the amount of the glue, less is better than too much.
If a shoji paper is stuck on No. 16, it will insert between No. 15 and No. 17. No. 16 is not pasted up although 15 and 17 are pasted up. It enables it to open and close freely.
3 No. 8 is pasted up after pasting up No. 4 and No. 5.
An axis is put on No. 1 (it does not paste up) and No. 9 is pasted up on No. 1. An axis rotates freely.
No.18, No. 19 No. 20 and the front door (it assembled with the section 2) are pasted up on the No. 1.
4 No. 6 and No. 7 are pasted up. I use small spring clip for the fixation when pasting up. It inserts and pastes up to axis shaft. Finally No. 8 is pasted up.
5 Before the ground, a mountain, and a pump are pasted up on a base,
The ground and a water pump are pasted up on a base.
Color powder is pasted up on a mountain. Adhesives are first applied to an edge and it is getting down from powder on it. Then, adhesives are applied to the whole and powder is sprinkled.
Green powder is sprinkled over the part of a mountain in some places. I made the tree using the sponge which it had by imyself (it is an option. not include the kit). And, I painted base the color of black.
No. 27 and B are pasted up on No. 26.
No. 31 A and No. 31 are pasted up. A radish called a Daikon is dried and pickle is made. It has painted in white and green.
It lets No. 30 pass for a Japanese radish, and puts on No. 29 and No. 28.
No. 3, No. 21, No. 25, No. 32, No. 33, and No. 34 are also painted.