Japan’s inspiration behind shrinking circuits

the ability of the Japanese to miniaturize electronic components, which is based on their three-hundred-year-old artistic tradition of putting landscape paintings on a tiny lacquered box, called an inro, and of carving a whole zoo of animals on the even tinier button, called a netsuke, that holds the box on the wearer’s belt.
— Essential Drucker, pg 92

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