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Genzo’s reputation was established after receiving an award at the first National Industrial Exhibition, held in 1877. He was also responsible for the launch of Japan’s first successful manned balloon flight, at the Sento Imperial Palace in Kyoto. In 1882 (Meiji 15), his business expanded with the publication of a catalog of instruments for physics and chemistry (“Science Equipment Catalog List”) featuring a total of 110 physics instruments. In 1886 (Meiji 19), he was asked to teach at the Kyoto Prefectural Normal School. He also established a science and technology magazine, the Physics and Chemistry Industrial Arts Journal.
@島津製作所創業記念資料館 Shimadzu Foundation Memorial Hall
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