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Tōkyō Shashinkan (東京写真館, meaning Tokyo Photo Studio) was a Japanese camera maker and distributor in the late XIXth and early XXth century. It was a pioneer in selling lightweight cameras aimed at amateurs, called keiben shashinki (軽便写真機, i.e. "light and convenient cameras").[1]

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  1. Lewis, p.10, this page at R.Konishi Rokuoh-sha.

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