Nakajima airplane
Musashino city Midori cho.
  • What is this place?
  • Musashino Center Park.
  • This neighborhood is spacious.
  • There was a big company's factory in this neighborhood.
  • What is the factory?
  • It is the Nakajima airplane Musashi factory.
  • What company was Nakajima airplane?
  • It is the company which Chikuhei Nakajima established.
  • Did the company make an airplane?
  • They made Japanese fighters in World War II.
  • Is that Zero fighter?
  • Zero fighter was made by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
  • I know the company.
  • But, I don't know Nakajima airplane.
  • Nakajima airplane developed the engine of Zero fighter.
  • Did they not make airplane?
  • Nakajima airplane made Hayabusa fighter and Saiun fighter.
  • Have you heard Nakajima airplane?
  • I don't know the company.
  • The company was dismantled by GHQ.
  • The dissolution of the big financial combines?
  • I think that there was a reason for others.
  • Are they because they made a weapon?
  • Do you know the American bomber B29?
  • The airplane was used for Great Tokyo Air Raids.
  • It dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
  • Chikuhei Nakajima said that
  • the technique of the airplane is important in the war.
  • Was B29 a decisive factor of the victory or defeat?
  • I don't know.
  • The Nakajima airplane developed a large bomber.
  • The name of bomber was Fugaku.
  • What shape is it?
  • The document is not left.
  • They burned all.
  • What did they intend to do by bomber?
  • Fugaku bombs the United States.
  • And, they fill up with gas it in Germany.
  • In addition, they bomb the United States and return to Japan.
  • It is a difficult strategy.
  • Did Japan develop a nuclear weapon?
  • Japan developed a nucleus from 1938.
  • But It was not able to be in use.
  • How did that company go?
  • The dismantled Nakajima airplane became some companies.
  • The engineer became the car manufacturer.
  • Which company were they in?
  • The company is Subaru.
  • Or Honda.
  • It is the technical source of the Japanese car.
  • I see.
  • Okay, I meet a client in Kichijoji.