Japanese inventors

'land peel' is a furniture developed by japanese industrial design student shin yamashita  from the kyoto institute of technology.  http://shinple.com/

'land peel' is a furniture developed by japanese industrial design student shin yamashita from the kyoto institute of technology. - Brad Read Design Group Pty Ltd

World's Smallest Helicopter Ready For a Spin  ... see more at InventorSpot.com

GEN H-4 Helicopter To Take Flight in Leonardo da Vinci's Hometown

Guinness World Records has declared the GEN to be the world's smallest one-man helicopter. Now the inventor of the GEN Japanese inventor Gennai Yanagisawa, will demonstrate the chipper chopper in the Italian hometown of famed

The Myriad Year Clock (万年自鳴鐘 Mannen Jimeishou?, literally, Ten-Thousand Year Self-Ringing Bell), was a universal clock designed by the Japanese inventor Hisashige Tanaka in 1851. It belongs to the category of Japanese clocks called Wadokei. This clock is designated as an Important Cultural Asset by Japanese Government.

Wadokei clock, designed by the Japanese inventor Hisashige Tanaka in This clock is designated as an important cultural asset by Japanese government.

Japanese inventor's typhoon turbines harness storms' energy - http://www.sogotechnews.com/2016/09/29/japanese-inventors-typhoon-turbines-harness-storms-energy/?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=autoshare&utm_campaign=SOGO+Tech+News

Japanese engineer Atsushi Shimizu designed Challenergy, the world's first vertical-axis Magnus wind power generator created specifically to harness kinetic energy from typhoons.

3ders.org - Japanese inventor uses modified FDM 3D printer to 3D print plants in any shape and size | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

Japanese inventor uses modified FDM printer to print plants in any shape and size

Hino-Komuro 1908    The Hino-Komuro pistol (sometimes spelled Komura) was developed by a young Japanese inventor named Kumazo Hino, and financed by Tomijiro Komuro in the first decade of the 20th century.   There are only about a half dozen known examples of the Hino-Komuro still existing, and most are in .32ACP caliber, with a couple in 8mm Nambu. Period advertising for the gun indicates that they were offered in other calibers as well (including 5mm and 6.35mm).

Hino-Komuro 1908 The Hino-Komuro pistol (sometimes spelled Komura) was developed…

The Kunitomo Air Gun was an air rifle, circa 1820, by the Japanese inventor Kunitomo Ikkansai who developed various manufacturing methods for guns, and also created an air gun based on the study of Western knowledge ("rangaku") acquired from the Dutch in Dejima.

The Kunitomo Air Gun was an air rifle, circa by the Japanese inventor Kunitomo Ikkansai developed various manufacturing methods for guns, and also created an air gun based on the study of Western knowledge ("rangaku") acquired from the Dutch in Dejima.

"Japanese inventor uses modified FDM 3D printer to 3D print plants in any shape and size" - 24/10/14

"Japanese inventor uses modified FDM printer to print plants in any shape and size" -

DSLRs to get video capture function | A Japanese inventor has filed a patent that could lead to DSLR cameras being able to capture digital video footage Buying advice from the leading technology site

DSLRs to get video capture function

Nikon executives will no doubt be feeling jolly pleased with themselves after Nikon came top in two of the most prestigious categories at the annual Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) awards ceremony.

Sakichi Toyoda (Toyota) was a Japanese inventor & industrialist. He was born in Kosai, Shizuoka. The son of a poor carpenter, Toyoda is referred to as the "King of Japanese Inventors".  He is also the founder of Toyota Industries Co., Ltd.  He invented numerous weaving devices. His most famous invention was the automatic power loom  Born: February 14, 1867, Japan  Died: October 30, 1930, Japan

Sakichi Toyoda (Toyota) was a Japanese inventor & industrialist. He was born in Kosai, Shizuoka. The son of a poor carpenter, Toyoda is referred to as the "King of Japanese Inventors". He is also the founder of Toyota Industries Co., Ltd. He invented numerous weaving devices. His most famous invention was the automatic power loom Born: February 14, 1867, Japan Died: October 30, 1930, Japan

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