The Ki-79 advanced trainer was developed from the Ki-27 'Nate' fighter by the Mansyu company in Harbin, Manchukuo (Japanese-controlled Manchuria). At least nine Ki-79s ended up in the early Indonesian Air Force. The type was called Nishikoren by the Indonesians.
This impressive bomber has found a shelter from the blazing Indonesian sun. It is remarkable that of all the Soviet friendly states only Egypt and Indonesia were allowed to use this type (next to China's licence built Harbin H-6)