The Mitsubishi Ki-2 was a light bomber built for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service in the 1930s.
Despite its antiquated appearance, the Ki-2 was successfully used in Manchukuo and in North China during the early stages of the Second Sino-Japanese War, in areas where danger from enemy fighter aircraft was minimal.
It was later used in a training role.
Initial production variant, powered by two 435 hp (324 kW) Nakajima Kotobuki radial engines.
Final production variant with nose turret and semi-retractable main landing gear, powered by two 559 hp (417 kW) Mitsubishi Ha-8 engines.
A single de-militarized long-range record-breaking aircraft operated by Asahi Shimbun.