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Kawara Shashinki-ten (河原写真機店) was a Japanese distributor based in Osaka, active from the early 1920s to the early 1940s.[1] It advertised the Okaco, the Oko Six and the Letix at the beggining of the 1940s.


  1. The address in 1921 was Ōsaka-shi Higashi-ku Hironomachi 4 (東区平野町四丁目). Source: advertisement in Ars Camera September 1921. The address in 1941 was Ōsaka-shi Higashi-ku Kawaramachi Denteimae (大阪市東区瓦町電停前). Source: advertisement reproduced in Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p.61.



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