Nihon chinbotsu (2006)

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For other works sharing this title, see Nihon chinbotsu

Nihon Chinbotsu movie poster of the 2006 remake.

Movie (2006)
Japanese title: 日本沈没
English (and French) titles: Sinking of Japan / Doomsday: The Sinking of Japan

Tsuyoshi Kusanagi (Toshio Onodera)
Kou Shibasaki (Reiko Abe)
Etsushi Toyokawa (Yusuke Tadokoro)
Mao Daichi (Saori Takamori)

Japan will sink down to the sea. The government's only hope is to evacuate all Japanese to other countries.

Eurocopter AS332L1 Super Puma

Reg. JA119B Eurocopter AS332L1 Super Puma (c/n 254) of the Tokyo Fire Department (東京消防庁航空隊).

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Boeing 747-400

A CGI Boeing 747 of a fictitious airline.

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McDonnell Douglas RF-4E Phantom II

McDonnell Douglas RF-4E Phantom II of the 501st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (JASDF) which were retired in March 2020.

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Boeing 747

A Boeing 747 seen from her 5 o'clock is hiding another 747, a -200SF cargo variant wearing the colors of NCA-Nippon Cargo Airlines.

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Behind the Boeing 747-200SF of Nippon Cargo Airlines, a Boeing 747-400 alongside a 767 ? both of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Far left, a Boeing 747-251F/SCD (or -2J9F) of Northwest Airlines Cargo.

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Boeing 767

Boeing 767 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

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Boeing 747

Boeing 747 of Northwest Airlines.

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Boeing 777

Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines.

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Airbus A330-223

Airbus A330 of Air France.

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Boeing 747-400

Boeing 747-400 JAL-Japan Air Lines.

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Airbus A330-323

Airbus A330-323 of NWA-Northwest Airlines.

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Boeing CH-47JA Chinook

Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) CH-47JA.

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Boeing CH-47J Chinook

Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) CH-47J, code 486.

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(top) Already flying, a NAMC YS-11. Year 2006 is the point which led to retire most of the NAMC YS-11 (or refitted them with new engine in a different nacelle for compliance with the new Japanese aircraft regulations). This one still has the original nacelle.

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Kawasaki C-1

Several Kawasaki C-1 are seen wearing code/serial :

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Military Fixed-Wing).
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022/78-1022 and (028/88-1028 ?).

Boeing CH-47JA Chinook

Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) CH-47JA.

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Landing on Ōsumi-class tank landing ship JS Shimokita (4002).

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Sikorsky UH-60J

Sikorsky UH-60J search and rescue version for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF).

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