Discussion in 'Japan' started by Rai, Nov 26, 2018.
@Rai Would it be:
Manufacturer: Nagoya Shakuhachi Works
Name/model: Powerful portable cooking stove
I think so.
I think that it is a factory that makes instruments.
"Works" often means metal equipment manufacturing factory. Like Nippon Steel Nagoya Works: http://www.nspc.nssmc.com/en/company/office/nagoya.html
Maybe 尺八 means also something else than music instrument. Could that been a metal manufacturing company name during "old times"?
The old company name is "1. place name" "2. name of founder" "3. place name + production" etc.
This time I thought it was a pattern of 3.
Because there is no place name in Shakuhachi in Nagoya.
Modern Japanese history is short, and old Workshop is lazy.
Motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha was also a woodworking company at the time.
Or it may have OEM sold what was created by another works.
I broke tripod ...
Old "kettle water bottle" is just fit.
I have a old friend that translates technical documents in Japanese/English. I have emailed him to ask if the email I have for him is still good. I will check later.
I cannot get "Nagoya" in any of my results.
I have tried the translate several ways.
尺八製作所 = Shakuhachi Seisakusho
All I can find about "Shakuhachi" is that it is a flute.
The use of the word "Seisakusho" is in an application of the word for a Factory/Manufacturing/Works.
There are many examples. Here is one.
Nagoya is a city in Japan.
"Shakuhachi Factory/Manufacturing/Works in Nagoya"
I do not know about translation.
English is difficult.
1) Yes, Nagoya is a city.
2) I could not find a connection of "Shakuhachi" to Nagoya.
Japanese is difficult to me.
Companies in the prewar are often renamed, so it is difficult to find out.
>Japanese is difficult to me.
Korean Hallasport fuel container is very similar to your kettle:
It looks alike!
My stuff is 2L.
Besides, I have a similar water bottle made by evanew.
I will send a picture tomorrow.
It is a customized copy of Palco Canteen from America.
That’s a very attractive stove.
It is "CANTEEN & KETTLE 1.5L" of EVER NEW.
It is made in Hong Kong.
It is easy to use, but it has no rigidity, distorted.
Morita and EVER NEW cover.
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