All the dependencies are included in the package or are avaible on the DLS, except for the pantorgraphs, wich must be downloaded from Rizky’s website (jirctrainz.com). They’re included in the freeware EMU packs (such as the 201-205 Series one)
Replacing the 7000s (Again).
The first buyer of the 1000 Series was Ueda Electric Railway (a subsidiary of Tokyu itself), wich bought four 2-car sets converted from KuHa cars in 2008. Re-numbered (not really) as the “1000 Series”, they entered service in the same year, keeping Tokyu’s red livery. Set No.4 was later repainted into a blue-white revival livery carried by older “Marumado” (“Circle Windows”) MoHa 5250 Series trains (wich, by the way, are avaible for trainz: keimei made them a while ago).