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Tama - Wikipedia

Tama, Musashi (多摩郡), an old district in Musashi Province, Japan Tama Area (多摩地域), the western portion of Tokyo Prefecture Tama Cemetery, the largest municipal cemetery in Japan. Tama Hills, an expanse of hills stretching along the southwestern flank of Tokyo Tama New Town, a residential development in the Tama Hills.…

Long before LEAF: the 1947 Tama electric car

Jun 14, 2017 · In 1947, the company succeeded in creating a prototype 2-seater truck (500-kg load capacity) with a 4.5-horsepower motor and a new body design. It was named "Tama" after the area where the company was based. Its top speed was 34 km/h (21 mph). Next, the company ……

Nissan Heritage Collection Tama Electric Car

"TAMA" is an electric vehicle developed by Tokyo Electro Automobile Co. that was a spin-off of TachikawaAircraft. When this car first rolled out in 1947, Japan was suffering from an acute shortage of oil, goods and food while the supply of electricity had a surplus since there were almost no home appliances or bulk users of electricity.…

Prince Motor Company - Wikipedia

The Prince Motor Company was a Japanese automobile manufacturer from 1952 until its merger with Nissan in 1966. Prince began as the Tachikawa Aircraft Company, a manufacturer of various airplanes for the Japanese Army in World War II, e.g., the Ki-36, Ki-55 and Ki-74. Tachikawa Aircraft Company was dissolved after the war and the company took the name Fuji Precision Industries. It diversified …Industry: Automotive industry, Aerospace ……

Tama Drums - Wikipedia

Tama Drums, (from Japanese 多満 (Kanji) タマ (Kana), read tama) is a brand of drum kits and hardware manufactured and marketed by the Japanese musical instrument company, Hoshino Gakki. Tama's research and development of products, along with production of its professional and most expensive drums, is done in Seto, Japan, while its hardware and less expensive drums are …Headquarters: Seto, Aichi, Japan…