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What are the different Nishijin play trays?

Nishijin has been making Pachinko machines for a very long time. We have identified six different types of plastic play trays used on vintage pachinko machines.

While each version below is displayed from oldest to newest, it is not uncommon for an older model pachinko machine to have a newer version of a play tray, or a newer model to have an older version of a play tray.

Read information about the Nishijin Models.

Nishijin Play Tray - Version A

These play trays are only found on Nishijin Model A Single Ball Conversion pachinko machines. During the time when Nishijin was converting their machines, several types of conversion kits were used like the following.





Nishijin Play Tray - Version B

This is only found on Nishijin Model A Front Overflow pachinko machines it comes in two colors Green and dark Blue.

Nishijin Play Tray - Version C

These versions are found primarily on Nishijin Model A and Model B pachinko machines. Note that the trays comes in two types, type 1 Light Blue, Dark Blue and type 2 Light Green and Dark Green. The trays is the same but the frame around the window is different.

Nishijin Play Tray - Version D

These two versions are found primarily on Nishijin Model B pachinko machines and on some Model A and Model C pachinko machines. Note that the trays are both the same even though the color of the lever and the trim on the top left may be a different color.


Nishijin Play Tray - Version E

This version is found primarily on Nishijin Model B and Model C pachinko machines and on some Model A pachinko machines. Note that the trays are the same even though the colors are different.





Nishijin Play Tray - Version F

This version is found primarily on Nishijin Model C pachinko machines and and on some Model B pachinko machines. Note that the trays are both the same even though the colors are different.

 

Nishijin Play Tray - Version G

This version is found primarily on Nishijin Model C pachinko machines and and on some Modern pachinko machines.





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