Ki-43 of the 204th Sentai. The unit was formed with Ki-27s in Manchuria in 1942, and disbanded on Formosa in 1945 with Ki-43s. The red-white tail flash is the HQ Flight marking, the other 3 flights had white-red-yellow respectively. The undersides were unpainted. The 204th served on a variety of fronts including Thailand, Indo-China, Burma, Philippines and Okinawa.
Ki-51 “Sonia” recon/ light bomber from the 27th Sentai, in Burma, 1942. The yellow stripe indicates that this aircraft is from the 3rd Company. They were a mixed unit with “Anns” and “Marys”; later they were equipped with the Ki-45 “Nicks”.
Ki-84-I “Frank” of the 104th Sentai which spent most of their war (1944-45) in Manchuria and Northern China. Spinner, fin tip, and rudder strip are in the Company colour - The red represents 1st Company. The white wing tips were on other 104th Franks, possibly an additional Sentai marking.