LimitlessDreams-An Outpouring of Passion
The twelve years during which they pursued their dream of becoming number one worldwide was an era of confusion and turmoil for both Honda Motor and the rest of the world.Let's listen to the words of the people who along with Soichiro and Fujisawa lived their lives to the fullest amid the turbulence of that period, striving toward their dreams with creativity and a burning passion for success.

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1950's
Both Neighborhood Workshops and Super Factories Always have"Dreams and Youthfulness" (1959)
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Competing for the First Time in the Isle of Man TT Race
Young Men Put All They Have into this challenge to the World (1958)
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"A Product That Has Good Appearance is Also Good on the Inside" (1957)
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"Quality Products have no International Boundaries" (1956)
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"Maintaining an international viewpoint, we are dedicated to supplying products of the highest efficiency, yet at reasonable prices, for worldwide customer satisfaction." (1956)
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The First "Racing Laboratory on Wheels" Ran in the Mount Asama Volcano Race (1955)
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"Mutual Trust and Friendship"
Communication from the Heart Sustained Honda (1954)
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Declaring Entry in the Isle of Man TT Races (1953)
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“Putting the Customer First” (1953)
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If You’re Not the No.1 in the World, You Can’t Be No.1 in Japan (1952)
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Using Direct Mail to Develop Sales Outlets for the Cub F-Type (1952)
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E-Type The Early Days of the “Honda 4-Stroke” (1951)
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1940's
Takeo Fujisawa Joins Honda (1949)
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The Appearance of a full-fledged Motorcycle, the Dream D-Type (1949)
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“Always Make Your Products Friendly.”
This Attitude Prevailed from the Very First Product (1948)
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Do You Remember September 24,1948 ? (1948)
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The Honda A-Type, Honda’s First Product on the Market (1947)
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Suddenly, the Honda Characteristics Begin to Show:
“Engineering Without Personality Doesn’t Have Much Value.” (1947)
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Encounter with a Cast-off Military Surplus Engine
The Starting-point of the “Dream” and the “Response to the Needs of the Time” (1946)
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1930's
“Joy of Manufacturing” (1936)
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