I'm entertaining an idea of making a small power supply to get a certain hot air brush (For hair styling) to function on the Japanese power grid.
I like this hot air brush that runs only on 120V/60Hz and would like to use it on a study abroad trip coming up in June to Mishima, Japan (Which has a 100V/50Hz mains voltage/frequency in the place I'll be staying.)
What would be a reasonable solution to running a 1100W hot air brush like this that on the 100V/50Hz?
I had an idea of using either a full bridge rectifier (With capacitors (Although I haven't run the formulas for sizing)) or an 18650 battery bank -> 1500W inverter.
Are there other practical solutions that I missed?
EDIT 0: The hot air brush is a Revlon One-Step Volumizer (https://www.amazon.com/Revlon-One-Step-Hair-Dryer-Volumizer/dp/B01LSUQSB0/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=revlon+ht+air+brush&qid=1553485451&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spell)