RINNAI’S GASUKONRO

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  1. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello all.


    This is initial gasoline stove RINNAI 'S GASUKONRO of Rinnai that is the gas machine and tool manufacturer in Japan.
    The Rinnai company was made by two founders in 1920.

    The motive with which Mr.Naito established the company looks admiringly at the flame with blue kerosene cooking stove (PRIMUS?) that is imports used in front of the shop in the pottery shop of the cake.
    I was going to produce such a stove by myself. And, the Nagoya gas (present Toho Gas) that worked was resigned and the Rinnai company was made from Mr.Hayashi and two people who were the colleagues.

    http://www.rinnai.co.jp/recruit/graduates/history/1.html

    http://www.rinnai.co.jp/csr/special/html/past.html

    http://rinnai.jp/top


    Regards,Motoshi

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  2. otogi

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    What a nice stove is!!

    I think that it is very special stove.
    I guess that small amounts of a number of internationally known Japanese stove.
    Thank you for introducing this product.

    Thank you for always showing great stoves.

    Regards
    OTOGI
     
  3. yonadav

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    Hi Motoshi,

    I believe this is the funniest looking petrol stove that I have seen. Looks even stranger than the Borde.

    You say it is from the 1920's?

    Yonadav
     
  4. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello OTOGI.
    Thank you for a great comment. It is difficult also in Japan to find this stove.

    Hello Yonadav.

    Year of manufacture when this stove is correct is not understood. I think that it is about 1925 perhaps.

    Regards,Motoshi
     
  5. hikin_jim

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    That's a very nice looking stove, Motoshi-san. Thank you for sharing it with us.

    I think having the windscreen/pot support separate from the stove would make the stove safer. If the coil were vertical and the stove were inside the windscreen/pot support, I think the danger of overheating and therefore explosion would be quite high.

    HJ
     
  6. Ed Winskill

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    Most interesting.
     
  7. Admin

    Admin Courtesy of Iani

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    Very stylish
     
  8. Motoshi Makino

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    Hi HJ.
    I also think that your idea is correct.

    Regards,Motoshi