Cells：The story of a marvelous battery with a small sun inside
Fumio Matsubara thought he heard a faint noise. These days he often woke up in the middle of the night because of the stress. Now he sensed a quiet noise in the Western tableware workshop connected to his home. His wife Chizuko and daughter Kumiko slept peacefully next to him. The clock's luminous hand, next to the pillow, pointed just past 2:00 a.m.
(Is it just my imagination? There is no way there should be a thief in a place like this.)
Fumio lay down again and closed his eyes. He remembered the face of Yat-chan, an elementary school classmate with whom he reunited by chance last week.
He’d gotten a phone call the previous day. He had heard that Yat-chan, who was his close friend, had graduated from a university in Tokyo, but there was no news about him after that.
(If only I could see Yat-chan earlier. I'm sure it'll get better from now on.)
Born in Yokohama in 1938.
Entered Shioyama Elementary School in 1945.
He graduated from Yokohama City Maita Elementary School after working at Kamakura City Onari Elementary School and Yokohama City Hie Elementary School.
He graduated from Kanto Gakuin junior high school and high school.
He graduated from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1958 and the master's course in 1939.
In the same year, he joined Toshiba Corporation and was assigned to the Thermal Power Engineering Department. Since then he has been engaged in the development, planning, design and construction of thermal power plants at home and abroad.
In 1967, he was stationed in Melbourne.
From 1976, he retired in March 1998 after working as a planning section manager, development section manager, heavy electric accounting department estimation planning section manager, electric power planning department manager, thermal power planning department manager, general planning department manager, thermal engineer manager, and technical supervisor.
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