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The aircraft was made because of a requirement by Imperial Japanese Army that they needed a twin-engine advanced trainer for training the crew. There is a Ki-54 fuselage in the storage at the Australian War Museum Annex.
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- "Tachikawa Ki.54 Type 1 ("Hickory")". Daves' War Birds. Retrieved 2013-12-24.
- "Tachikawa Ki-54c 'Hickory' aircraft oil and pressure shock absorber plate : Warrant Officer L A Pearce, RAAF". Australian War Memorial. Retrieved 2013-12-24.