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Nakajima Aircraft Company

 Country: Empire of Japan

 Industry/ Capability:
Japan's first aircraft MFR.
Nakajima's MFG. facilities:
Tokyo plant
Musashino plant
Donryu plant
Ota plant
Koizumi plant


 Head Office:
Yurakukan, Marunouchi, Tokyo

 Noteworthy:
Nakajima B5N Kate
Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar
Nakajima Ki-44 Tojo
Nakajima A6M2-N (A6M Zero floatplane)
Nakajima Ki-84 Frank
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 Additional Notes:

Nakajima was one of the few companies that controlled all aspects of its manufacturing. From airframes to engines to all subparts and assemblies, Nakajima produced each part in its own factory.

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Nakajima Sakae 21

powered the famed Mitsubishi Zero and Nakajima's own Hayabusa fighter


Navy designations were Sakae (Glory, Prosperity) 10, 20 and 30 series. The Imperial Army used the designations Ha-25, Ha-105 and Ha-115.
The significant difference between Sakae 21 and 31 was simply the water-methanol injection system.

This is a real blueprint, expertly restored from original plans and vintage design drawings. — measuring a generous 42"x 30".

Nakajima's Sakae Prosperity was a two-row, 14-cylinder air-cooled two row radial engine used in many (including the legendary Mitsubishi Reisen A6M Zero Fighter) Japanese aircraft during World War II.

As installed in a Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero, the Sakae 21 radial engine developed 1,020 hp. at 2,600 rpm. at 6,400 ft., turning a ...   continues: Click here


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Nakajima's supercharged radial engine… pushed the performance of the A6M well past the original Mitsubishi specifications. — the Zero would go on to become the stuff of legend.

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History and Description: Nakajima Sakae 21...
Nakajima Sakae 21
This is a real blueprint, expertly restored from original plans and vintage design drawings. — measuring a generous 42"x 30".

Nakajima's Sakae Prosperity was a two-row, 14-cylinder air-cooled two row radial engine used in many (including the legendary Mitsubishi Reisen A6M Zero Fighter) Japanese aircraft during World War II.

As installed in a Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero, the Sakae 21 radial engine developed 1,020 hp. at 2,600 rpm. at 6,400 ft., turning a... continues below

Continued from above…    ft., turning a 10 ft. 3-in, diameter constant speed propeller, which is very similar to Hamilton Standard design. "Sakae" was the navy designation; the army called the first of the series the Ha-25 and later versions were designated Ha105, Ha115. Navy designations were NK1 Sakae 10, 20 and 30 series.

A total of 21,166 were made by Nakajima; 9,067 were manufactured by other firms.

By Debs McCaffrey