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Old May 1st, 2012, 23:27   #1
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JGSDF (Rikujo Jieitai) 陸上自衛隊







I'll get the vest when I get a Type 89.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 00:22   #2
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Real? Repro? I heard getting the real camo is very hard.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 00:35   #3
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Looks fantastic.

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Old May 2nd, 2012, 01:30   #4
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It's repro I'm wearing my pants right now. Paided around 150$.
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Old May 7th, 2012, 15:58   #5
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Full marching load
Pretty much wore 90% of all the kit I own, just cause.

Camo: JSDF Speckled

Headgear
PASGT Kevlar Helmet with Camo Cover x800 Goggles
Patrol Cap in Speckled Camo
Boonie Cap in Speckled Camo
Type 81 4 cell Chestrig

Load Bearing Gear

PLA Outerbelt
Type 65 Canteen
Type 56 5 cell Magazine mag
Type 56 Drum pouch
Romanian Bayonet frog
Russian Canteen
Puxing 888 with Condor pouch
Cavalavy headset
Huang OD Dump pouch
Revolver belt Holster
Type 65 ruck

Random Other equipment

Type 90 Liberty Shoes
Altima Kneepads
Woodland Groundsheet
OD Poncho
PNV-57E
Entrenching Tool
Gas mask Pouch with Type 65 gasmask + spare filter
Surefire 6P with Infra-red filter
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Old May 7th, 2012, 16:35   #6
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The thick material works well in hot weather, wore it this past weekend, was pretty much like wearing a regular BDU.

Perfect all year camo, AND it is also water proof (beeds up)
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Old August 18th, 2012, 22:58   #7
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Here are my JGSDF gears.

JGSDF Summer shinmeisai BDU and chestrig.
The BDU even has a long pen-pocket like thing on the back and the sleeves.
These are used for putting branches and bushes to keep yourself camouflaged.

For the head gears, I got the PASGT helmet with JGSDF camo and officers cap with chrysanthemum crest.

As for the firearms, I got the Tokyo Marui Type 89.
All I am missing is the Tanaka Sig P220 JGSDF version, but I should be getting that in the next few weeks.

Lastly, 自衛隊 should be pronounced Jieitai, not Jietai :P
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Old August 18th, 2012, 23:46   #8
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Lastly, 自衛隊 should be pronounced Jieitai, not Jietai :P
Just a question, but does Japan have a Latin based pronunciation method of writing similar to Pinyin?

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Old August 19th, 2012, 00:02   #9
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Only the Romaji has the latin based pronounciation.
As for the Japanaese Kana (Hiragana and Katakana), they are moraic and for the Kanji, it's syllabic.

As for Pinyin, I don't think Latin based pronounciation can capture all the different tones the Chinese language uses. The most precise way is to write these in IPA symbols.

I could go into more details, but I think I will stop here before someone shoots himself after reading this.
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Old August 19th, 2012, 00:11   #10
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Thanks.

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As for Pinyin, I don't think Latin based pronounciation can capture all the different tones the Chinese language uses.
Its Latin characters, but a lot of the combinations of letters do not actually sound like English/French/Latin. Plus the multiple tone accents. It does get quite confusing, and I am happy the wife puts up with my attempts ... so far any ways.

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The most precise way is to write these in IPA symbols.
Perhaps, but that would confuse a guy like me even more.

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Old August 19th, 2012, 01:26   #11
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Not your traditional JSDF Loadout, a little more modernized

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Old August 20th, 2012, 05:31   #12
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Here are my JGSDF gears.


Lastly, 自衛隊 should be pronounced Jieitai, not Jietai :P
Oops you are right I forgot the i, Excuse my mistake I am still learning

自衛隊 - じえいたい- ( Ja-e-i-ta-i)

@Dimitir
Romaji is a good start, but eventually you will have to start using on of the the three alphabets, Katakana, Hiragana and Kanji. The first two aren't too hard to memorize it just takes practice to use them to read and write. Now Kanji (Chinese Characters) takes time...

@Najohn Looking good!
I got my Raincoat, Helmet band, Radio pouch and Suspenders in Yesterday I'll throw up some pictures when I get home from work.
Hats off to anyone that knows Japanese, needing to learn 3 alphabet to read and write + Grammar is alot of work.

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Nice meeting you I'll be adding the Summer uniform to my collection of uniforms soon and a Type 89 soon.
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Old August 20th, 2012, 10:48   #13
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Now Kanji (Chinese Characters) takes time...
I am not learning Japanese, but I am learning Chinese, but thought I'd ask if Japan ever went the same route as China did with pinyin.

Mind you, I got to be honest, for a typical mono-tone bai gui, who has a hard time pronouncing the tones of each sound. I find learning the Chinese written much easier then the tones. The wife is teaching me mainly simplified, but there is some traditional she has thrown in to help since most printed materials in Toronto are still in Traditional (as is Kanji, I believe).

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Old August 20th, 2012, 11:02   #14
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Japanese actually use Simplified like mainland China, and some places like Singapore...
Oh interesting, I figured since the Japanese adopted it ages ago, before simplified they'd have kept it the same and not went Simplified as the PRC did. Thanks!

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Essentially, what I've found is, if you know Traditional, you should almost have 100% no problems reading Simplified though.
The wife knows both traditional and simplified due to her taking it in university (in Beijing), but I don't know, "country" today ( 国 ), which is Jade ( 玉 ) with a box around it, but the traditional form of Jade is the same, but the country symbol is radically different ( 國 ). I personally had a hard time figuring that one out.

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Old August 20th, 2012, 15:26   #15
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自衛隊 - じえいたい- ( Ja-e-i-ta-i)
It's (Ji-e-i-ta-i)
By the way, nice to meet you too Kingsix, it would be awsome if you got the summer uniform and the Type 89. We need more people with that style :P

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Japanese actually use Simplified like mainland China, and some places like Singapore...
Japanese does not use the simplified form of Chinese characters. Maybe for few words like "Kokuji", but they is almost always use the traditional form of Chinese characters.

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I am not learning Japanese, but I am learning Chinese, but thought I'd ask if Japan ever went the same route as China did with pinyin.
I know for a fact both Chinese and Japanese has several Romanization way of writing. For Chinese, it's Pinyin, IPA, Yale, Wade-Giles and Gwoyu luomazi (sorry for not writing the diacritics, was too lazy ).
As for Japanese, there are IPA, Kunreisiki and Hepburn.
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