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Tōkyō Kamera K.K. (東京カメラ㈱, Tokyo Camera) was a camera retailer in the mid-1950s, with stores in Nihonbashi, Ginza and Setagaya. In 1953, it sold and perhaps made the Stereo Master, a set for stereo photography comprising a prism attachment and a viewer. Little else is known about that company.
|Advertisement by Tōkyō Kamera in Asahi Camera September to November 1953. (Image rights)|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Advertisements in Asahi Camera September 1953, p.200, October 1953, p.228, and November 1953, p.200.
- Asahi Camera. Advertisements by Tōkyō Kamera:
- September 1953, p.200;
- October 1953, p.228;
- November 1953, p.200.