Sone Shunsuidō (曽根春翠堂) was a Japanese camera maker and distributor, founded in 1902 and based in Tokyo, Kanda. In the 1920s, the manufacturing branch was called Tokyo Camera Works and used the "T.C.W." initials.
- Adam (4×5cm, 1918)
- Sweet, Alpha and Pony Sweet (4×5cm, 1918)
- Speed Reflex (c.1919) made by Kuribayashi
- X (5.5×8cm)
- Secrette (4×5cm and 4.5×6cm, 1923)
- Apollo and Lloyd (6.5×9cm, 1923)
- Convex Reflex (6.5×9cm SLR, 1924)
- Tokioscope (4×10.5cm or 45×107mm stereo, c.1926–8)
- Monarch (4.5×6cm)
- Special East (6.5×9cm, 1929)
- ↑ Lewis, p.28. The address was Kanda Ogawamachi-dōri Nishikimachi 1 (神田小川町通錦町一丁目). Source: advertisements in Ars Camera February 1922, November 1924, June and December 1926, and advertisements in Asahi Camera March 1928 (p.A18) and May 1929 (p.A26).
- ↑ Lewis, p.36; Baird, p.42.
- Ars Camera. Advertisements by Sone Shunsuidō in February 1922 and November 1924. No page numbers.
- Asahi Camera. Advertisement by Sone Shunsuidō in May 1929, p.A26.
- Baird, John R. Collectors guide to Kuribayashi-Petri Cameras. Grantsburg, WI (USA): Centennial Photo Service, 1991. ISBN 0-931838-16-9. P.42.
- Lewis, Gordon, ed. The History of the Japanese Camera. Rochester, N.Y.: George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography & Film, 1991. ISBN 0-935398-17-1 (paper), 0-935398-16-3 (hard).