3 decal variants:
1. Ki-27b, from Foong Bin Khap Lai 16, Thailand AF, 1943
2. Ki-27b, from Foong Bin Khap Lai 16, Thailand AF, 1943
3. Ki-27b, seized by the Cinese Nationalist AF in the summer of 1945
The results were Ki- 27, Ki- 28 and Ki -33, and the army chose the Nakajima aircraft for its outstanding tuen performace, and officially adopted it for use in 1937. The new Ki -27 was created as a modern, streamlined design, ther chief design engineer was Koyama Yasushi.