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Japanese inventor's typhoon turbines harness storms' energy -


The reason why Nintendo’s Super Mario smartphone game won’t have in-app purchases is brilliant ,

Japanese Hobbyists Build a Working Transformer

Move over Michael Bay, a duo of Japanese inventors - Kenji Ishida and Wataru Yoshizaki of Brave Robo...

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).


Speech-Silencing Weaponry

Japanese Inventors Create Speech Jamming Gun to Shut Up Chatty Cathy's #mostamazinggadgets #techgadgets

The eerie 3D model which allows parents to hold their baby... BEFORE it's even born


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


Real-life transformer changes from a robot into a CAR

Japanese inventors have unveiled their humanoid Transformer robot (pictured). Called 'J-deite quarter' it can change from a robot into a car. The current model is 4.3ft (1.3 metres) tall.


Hamburg Steak (Hambāgu)

Hamburg Steak or Hambāgu (ハンバーグ) as the Japanese like to call it, is probably the most popular entrée to stick in a bento lunch in Japan. Although it’s unclear exactly when this dish was introduced to Japan, it presumably comes from the American Salisbury steak, which is named after its inventor Dr. J. H. Salisbury.