Trisha Shetty

Ten Japanese Great Inventors

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn

The system of industrial rights in Japan celebrated 100 years of its existence in 1985. As the celebration of the one hundred year anniversary of the Japanese system of industrial property rights, Japan Patent Office selected ten great inventors whose contributions were particularly memorable and of historical significance in the industrial development of Japan.

Reliefs of these inventors were created and presented in the lobby of the Japan Patent Office to commemorate their achievements and introduce them to Japanese people.

The inventors

The ten inventors are:

  • Sakichi Toyoda Patent Number 1195, Wooden Weaving Machine Driven by Human Power
  • Kokichi Mikimoto Patent Number 2670, Cultured pearl
  • Jokichi Takamine Patent Number 4785, Adrenaline
  • Kikunae Ikeda Patent Number 14805, Sodium Glutamate
  • Umetaro Suzuki Patent Number 20785, Vitamin B1
  • Kyota Sugimoto Patent Number 27877, Japanese typewriter
  • Kotaro Honda Patent Number 32234, KS Steel
  • Hidetsugu Yagi Patent Number 69115, Yagi Antenna
  • Yasujiro Niwa Patent Number 84722, Phototelegraphic Method
  • Tokushichi Mishima Patent Number 96371, MKM steel
  • References

    Ten Japanese Great Inventors Wikipedia

    Similar Topics
    Tere pyaar mein paapad
    Faye Barker
    Jim Redman