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What companies made pachinko machines?

 

Over the decades there were hundreds of pachinko companies/manufacturers.  Some companies either merged together or split apart over the years.

The companies were continuously changing the design of the front of the machine to attract people to play so there are tens of thousands of variations of the front.

Every few years or so, companies would also improve the mechanical design of their pachinko machines mostly noticeable in the back.

Below are pictures of some 1970s pachinko machines with significant mechanical design changes in the back. For pictures of all machines, visit our photo gallery.

Daiichi Pachinko Machine

 

Ginza Pachinko Machine

 

Heiwa Pachinko Machine

 

 

Kyoraku Pachinko Machine

 

 

Maruhon Pachinko Machine

 

 

 

Maruto Pachinko Machine

 

Mizuho Pachinko Machine

 

 

New Gin Pachinko Machine

 

 

Nishijin Pachinko Machine - Model A

 

Nishijin Pachinko Machine - Model B

 

Nishijin Pachinko Machine - Model C

 

Okumurayuki Pachinko Machine

 

Sankyo Pachinko Machines

 

 

Sanyo Pachinko Machine

 

 

 




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