About this product:
J-List is happy to have been selected by Gakken as its special international partner for its popular "Otona no Kagaku" (Science for Adults) line of magazine + science projects. Since being founded in 1947, Gakken has created fascinating learning materials about science that have won them fans all over the world. Each issue of Otona no Kagaku gives you all the parts and information you need to build fun and awesome science projects!
This issue lets you build your very own Theremin, he world's oldest electronic musical instrument. Invented in 1920 by a Russian scientist, you use a wand to change the pitch of the sounds that are beautiful to the ear. Assembly is easy, all you need is a screwdriver. A popular project that's very educational!
English Instructions Information: Gakken has prepared English instructions for this issue, encapsulating the information needed to assemble this project. In addition to a complete English webpage for this issue, you can view the support page for this issue" and download the assembly instructions in PDF format. .
This is a science magazine + science project kit from Gakken that's entirely in the Japanese language. While assembly should be easy for most fans, knowledge of Japanese may be required to successfully complete the projects. J-List is unable to assist with individual assembly questions, and all support will be handled by Gakken directly.
This issue of Otona no Kagaku is available to customers for bulk purchasing for educational and other use. For more information contact us via this link.