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Samurai Farmyard Set

 Samurai Farmyard Set

Samurai Farmyard Set

A set of farm structures, fields and accessories from old Japan.


The rice barn is 120mm long, 100mm wide and 105mm high. It's printed in several pieces to combine any print lines with the woodgrain and roof thatch.


The bamboo fence can be found even in present-day Japan as a quick and easy garden fence, and could be used to mark boundaries, hold back weeds or soil, or keep chickens. The straight section is 120mm long and 25mm high, and two versions are included; with and without bases. Corner sections are included.


A water well is an essential part of any farm, and this one comes with a wooden roof and detailed posts and a bucket. It is approximately 70mm x 45mm wide, and 53mm high.


This wooden handcart was designed to transport small loads of farm produce, and was pulled by one peasant farmer. A set of accessories is supplied with this cart; a stack of roped barrels, a stack of straw bundles (single bundle also included), and a stack of boxes (single box also included) with a lid.


Other accessories included are some basic farming tools (plough and hoe), plus some large wooden tubs. All are fully textured.


A rice paddy is supplied in two formats; bare earth furrows and short rice stubble. You can print the rice paddy at standard size to make a square 12cm field, or you can resize and combine fields as you want (see blog), and add the separate rice rows later. The rice paddy is also watertight, so you can add a few millimetres of clear resin as muddy water for even more realism. Alternatively you could use the bare earth furrows as a simple generic ploughed field.


Finally, some basic farm animals are also included - although please note that these are not our creations or part of the paid files. They are taken from Thingiverse (available under Creative Commons Licenses and fully attributed) and resized to match this farm set, and are included for your convenience. The animals included are those typically found on medieval Japanese farms; a horse, two water buffaloes, chickens, and a shiba dog.


This downloadable ZIP file contains the following STL files :


  • Rice barn with thatched roof
  • Rice paddy with various options
  • Bamboo fence with straight and corner sections
  • Water well and bucket
  • Hand cart
  • Farm boxes, barrels and bundles
  • Farming tools and tubs
  • Farm animals


This product will be delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.

  • All of the parts of this file can be printed on a 3D printer build plate of 150mm x 150mm (125mmx125mm for models released ~2023).
  • All parts have manifold (3D-printable geometry) and have been test printed.
  • Models designed for 28mm (1:64 scale) wargaming, but can be resized for other scales on your printer.
Samurai Farmyard Set

$8.00 (USD)

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Excellent set - would love to see a geisha cart option for the the cart in the future - I know sarrisa makes one in mxf…but I’d rather 3d print….keep the incredible models coming

- by Benjamin

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Thanks for the review - and I'll add a geisha cart to the list!

Great set. So much stuff, it will really fill out my village scenes. I still haven't painted it all yet but it adds the perfect detail to my feudal Japan games.

- by Samuel

Not everything is painted yet but they were all amazing and exactly what I wanted. Pictured is my finished rice fields, painted with mud and resin puddles.

- by April

Fantastic set! Love it. Only problem is the scale. I had mine printed by a licensed seller in the uk. The photo shows warlord figs compared to my print. The wheels on the cart are 30mm. I would definitely reduce the scale by at least 25%

- by Pete

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Yes, fair point! It was a bit of a trade-off, as the spokes needed to be big enough to print, but reducing the wheel size made it look a little too chunky. Those hand cart wheels are big in real life, though - easily shoulder height!

Good morning. I thought I would send a photo of my farm so far. I reduced it to 50% to fit in with my 15mm Samurai Army. It is this scale so that I can use it for skirmish gaming in the same scale

- by Stephen Renwick

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Lovely to see it still works at half scale! Been following along on your blog for the past couple of weeks - great stuff!

Buffalo got into the new rice planting!

- by Wade

Harvested rice paddy

- by Wade

First finished of many prints to come. Mix of rice paddy

- by Wade

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What a great story told with just these fields!

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