Nishijin

The Nishijin company began producing pachinko machines in 1951 in Kyoto, Japan. The word Nishijin refers to an intricate weaving of colorful fabrics that was produced in that area. Their original logo was a leaping gazelle-like animal, similar to the impala symbol of American cars in the 1960's. Later around 1970 they began the process of rebranding with the addition of the "Shiroi Kamome" line, which translates to "White bird". Their logo quickly began appearing as the outline of one or several flying seagulls. Nishijin continues to produce advanced and popular electronic pachinko machines today.

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