名古屋 尺八製作所 強熱手携コンロ

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  1. Rai Japan

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    Manufacturer "尺八製作所"
    read the characters from the reverse in old Japanese. (From right to left)
    It is older than 1950 since the burner is smaller than SNAIL which we posted in the past, a low fire is possible.

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    Great stove with an interesting flame-spreader! :content:

    I take it the one with the "V" sits on top of the star "*" patterned one?

    Alec.
     
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    @Alec
    Sorry, I can not understand the question well.
    I'm not good at English.
     
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    @Rangie I think you mean the 2 burners.
    I believe they are there for comparing the size. This one is smaller than the SNAIL stove burner.

    VERY nice post. Great photos.

    Shakuhachi Seisakusho, is this correct?
     
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    Very fine stove, beautifully photographed. Thank you @Rai

    John
     
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    @snwcmpr
    >2 burners.
    exactly!

    >This one is smaller than the SNAIL stove burner.
    exactly!

    >Shakuhachi Seisakusho, is this correct?
    exactly!
     
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    @Rai Thank you. A beautiful stove, well presented.
    :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
     
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    Google translates the title as:

    Nagoya Shakuhachi Works Strengthening cooking stove
     
  9. Rai Japan

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    Tank you shagratork

    強熱=Strengthening
    手携=portable(Old Japanese language)
    コンロ=cooking stove

    Probably older than World War II

    mischief
    Heart mark
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    Very nice flame pattern! :thumbup:
     
  11. Rai Japan

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    I made a mistake
    強熱="Strong fire" or "Strong heat"
     
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    Would the whole name be?:

    "Nagoya Shakuhachi Works Strong fire/heat cooking stove"
     
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    I would use powerful.
     
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    stunning!

    :)
     
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    GREAT flame pattern! Very nice stove. Thanks for posting. :D

    Alex
     
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    A work of art. I should try and find one.
     
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    Beautiful! Well done!
     
  19. snwcmpr

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    I see it as ... What would I fix on a Coleman 500.
     
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