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Posted November 02, 2018 03:00:37 Japan has a long and storied history of wearing helmets.

In the early 20th century, it was one of the few nations that actually had the technology to produce the helmets themselves, and it was an innovation in helmets.

These were, in essence, hand-made, so the helmets were a form of personal protection that had been around since before World War II.

The helmets became so popular that by the 1950s, the helmet industry was so big that the country had its own helmet factory, called Kita.

Today, Japan has an estimated 40,000 companies manufacturing helmets, and about a quarter of those are based in the country.

“We are still making helmets and we have an amazing number of people working on the helmet business,” said Shota Fukuda, director of the helmet manufacturing company, Kita Helmet Co. The company has its roots in the late 1980s, when Kita was a joint venture between Toyota and Honda, the two Japanese companies that produced some of the world’s most popular consumer goods.

As the Japanese economy boomed in the 1990s, Toyota took the helm of Kita, and in 2000 the company moved to an expanded factory in Shizuoka, near the city of Ushio, in Japan’s industrial hub of Osaka.

Toyota began working on a new generation of helmets in the US and Europe.

In 2003, it released the Juke, a model that had a more aggressive design and was more durable than its Japanese predecessor.

The Juke was a success, and the company’s helmet business went from strength to strength.

In 2014, Kitaro started to offer more advanced, higher-quality helmets for a lower price.

Kitaro also introduced the first commercial production of a full-face helmet.

By the beginning of 2017, the company had more than 3,000 employees working on helmets for the Japanese market.

Kitaros most popular helmet, the Jukai, sold out in three weeks, and more than 100,000 were sold within six months.

To compete, Kitas helmet factory in Ushios industrial hub in Osaka had to expand from its original capacity of about 1,000 to about 4,000 workers.

That meant the company needed to expand its manufacturing capabilities and expand its workforce, and to do so it hired more workers from abroad.

For the first time in its history, Kota started using the technology it had developed in the 1970s.

That technology was called the Kitarodio helmet, and its makers were the Japanese giant, Kuma.

The company says the Kita helmet is the only one in the world that can produce a full helmet that is not just a face mask.

When the company began making helmets for other nations in 2015, the headgear was so good that they didn’t have to replace the helmets with a new model, but instead were allowed to make new ones, Keta said.

But the helmet companies have always had to contend with the problem of the cheap plastic helmets.

The plastic has to be made from recycled material, which is not always as expensive as it could be, and can be made at low cost.

And plastic is not recyclable in the way it is made in the United States.

It’s also difficult to recycle when it comes to plastics.

Even the Japanese government has acknowledged that the quality of helmets made in Japan can be somewhat inferior to that made in other countries.

On top of that, the Japanese are still trying to find ways to produce and sell helmets for export.

The helmet industry in Japan is a global one, but the biggest market in the global helmet market is China.

The Chinese market is estimated to be worth $200 billion a year, according to data from Euromonitor International.

Some countries have tried to change the way they sell their helmets to improve their reputation.

Japan has one of those countries.

The country has started selling its own helmets, as well as helmets made by Kita and others.

China also started making its own products and has taken steps to try to compete with Japan.

It has been trying to boost its helmet manufacturing industry by exporting more and more of its helmets overseas, and China’s President Xi Jinping is a big fan of Kitaroes helmet.

China has plans to open the first factory in Japan and is also building its own factories in China.