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|Konishiroku (小西六) company traces its roots back to 1873, when Sugiura Rokusaburō started selling photographic products in his father's
Over time the company had several different names, though Konishi was always part of the title. Until 1902, Konishi didn't manufacture
cameras, but relied on subcontractors.
In 1902, this company opened its own manufacturing division - Rokuoh-sha (a lot of cameras bear this name until 1943). At the same
time, many cameras, especially ones made for Japanese military, are labeled as R. Konishi or R. Konishi & Co. (until about
In 1921 the company took the name Konishiroku and adopted the cherry blossom as its logo.
In 1960, Konishiroku acquired Taisei Kōki, a small camera manufacturer with a modestly well-known reputation. In 1987, the company changed its name to reflect its successful brand name, Konica (Konishiroku Camera).
Later, in 2003 Konica merged with Minolta to form the Konica-Minolta company, which discontinued cameras production in 2006.
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