After the death of Pharaoh, Khufu Ship was built as a ship sailing in the sky with the sun god.
Ancient Egypt often sailed the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea, and shipbuilding technology was also high.
The two ships buried on the south side of the Khufu Pyramid are about 50 meters in length.
The first was discovered by an Egyptian archeologist in 1954 and the second by a Japanese scholar in 1987, and conservation and restoration studies are currently underway.
A precision museum model that has been scaled down faithfully to an Egyptian display ship based on detailed materials by Japanese archaeologist Professor Yoshimura supervised.
Although it is simple in appearance, it is a precision wooden model that pursues the internal structure and ease of making.