J’s Language School  Fuji TV interview “とくダネ” 2017 Feb. 13th

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What do you think about Japanese ローテク (Low Technology)?

日本のローテクについて、どう思いますか?

Comments: J’s Students

Ms. Eva (USA)      ファックス Fax machine

Mr. Abni (Turkish)  しょっきあらいき Dishwasher

Mr.Kevin (France)  てちょう Pocketbook

Low technology, often abbreviated low tech (adjective forms low-technology, low-tech, lo-tech) is simple technology, often of a traditional or non-mechanical kind, such as crafts and tools that pre-date the Industrial Revolution. It is the opposite of high technology.

Low technology can typically be practised or fabricated with a minimum of capital investment by an individual or small group of individuals. Also, the knowledge of the practice can be completely comprehended by a single individual, free from increasing specialization and compartmentalization. Low-tech techniques and designs may fall into disuse due to changing socio-economic conditions or priorities.