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Epson Receives the Prime Minister’s Prize at the National Commendation for Invention 2021

Takashi Toyooka (left) and Makoto Zakoji (right)

Seiko Epson Corporation today announced that, “The Invention of a High-Brightness, High-Image-Quality Projector using Monochromatic Laser Light Source (Japanese Patent No. 5928569)” has received the Prime Minister’s Prize at the National Commendation for Invention 2021 (sponsored by the Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation). This is the second time that Epson has received this prize since 1974, when Epson received this prize for Japanese Utility Model Registration No. 957711 for “The Invention of a Device for Correcting the Date and Day of the Week of a Calendar Watch.”

A ceremony will be held on June 22 at The Okura Tokyo, Minato Ward, Tokyo.

The National Commendation for Invention*1 are awarded by the Japanese Imperial Family*2 and are intended to contribute to the improvement of science and technology and the development of industry by honoring those who have completed or implemented inventions in Japan and those who have contributed to the promotion of inventions. The winner of the best invention or design receives the Imperial Invention Prize, followed by the Prime Minister’s Prize.

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