＜Hobby＞ ＜Rental Showcase＞ ＜Camera＞ ＜Vintage＞
The Akiba Rental Showcase tends to focus on anime merchandise and figures, but Yamamoto Museum e-BOX features cameras, radios, and audiovisual equipment from days gone by that are hard to find today and really bring back memories. In particular, the shop offers opportunities to discover rare vintage cameras you won't find anywhere else.
German Zeiss Ikon(founding 1926) camera
A camera from Zeiss Ikon, affiliated with venerable German optical equipment manufacturer Carl Zeiss. This rare item even comes with a leather case.
Olympus ‘Écru’. It means "unbleached" in French.
The Écru film camera, released in 1991 by Olympus, features a distinctive design. This premium camera was a limited edition restricted to only 10,000 units in Japan and 10,000 abroad.
1952 FUJICA SIX
1959 FUJICA 35SE
The FUJICA SIX is a medium-size camera that supports 120 film. It is known for its distinctive bellows mechanism that connects the body of the camera with the lens. FUJICA 35SE uses 35-mm film; it is renowned as the masterpiece of Fujica's 35-mm camera line.
U.S.A. Bell&Howll 8mm camera
Even the leather case is in good condition
This rare 8-mm camera was produced by the U.S. firm Bell & Howell. It appears to be a wind-up-style camera, but further details are unknown.
As usual for the Rental Showcase, inventory for these items is usually limited to just one, and we showcase only items we discovered at the time of this article. Stop by Yamamoto Musen e-BOX yourself to find a quality item just for you!
- NAME：Yamamoto Musen e-Box
- ADDRESS：Akihabara Radio Center 2F, 1-14-2, Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo, 101-0021
- HOURS OF OPERATION：From 10:00AM to 7:30PM