Kato N Scale Unitrack Plans

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Mike Choo Choo, Jan 19, 2005.

  1. Mike Choo Choo

    Mike Choo Choo New Member

    :) I've been searching online for several days for information about Kato Unitrack Plans. I've been to Mike's site, Kato.USA, Kato.Japan, etc. as well as several other very interesting sites. I'd love to purchase the Kato N Scale Unitrack Plans book but it appears to be only available in Japan and must be purchased with yen!!! Anyone have any ideas how I could get it here in the states? I checked Amazon.com and was directed to Japan (yen)! Maybe someone has some other info about track plans with specific Unitrack components mentioned?

    Thanks Fellow N-gaugers......choo choo
  2. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

    Welcome to the Gauge Mike. Hope you find what you are looking for. I am surprised there wasn't anything about Unitrack plans at the Kato site.
  3. MrBones

    MrBones New Member

    Mike, have you checked at


    at the top of the page, click on the Unitrack button. That should take you to a few unitrack plans, on the left hand side of that page.

  4. Mike Choo Choo

    Mike Choo Choo New Member

    Thanks guys for your responses! Yes I've been to the Kato site (USA and Japan). There are some layouts there but I'd love to get the book published in Japan that has many more with all track and component specs.

    Mike Choo Choo :)
  5. MrBones

    MrBones New Member

  6. Mike Choo Choo

    Mike Choo Choo New Member

    Thanks Mr Bones.....I'll keep trying to find the book. Sure wish I knew Japanese.....lol!

    Mike Choo Choo :wave:
  7. MrBones

    MrBones New Member

    Mike, I found a place in England if that is any help at all.

  8. MrBones

    MrBones New Member

    Mike I found it. On the Kato site, on the left side, click on "catalogs and brochures". Then on the next site, click on "catalogs and books". On the bottom of the next page, it lists it for $10.98, Item #25-012. It is in Japanese though.

  9. sams

    sams Member

    do they have a japanese-english dictionary in their "catalogs and books" section too? ;)

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