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  1. 3 Rensho
  2. Alps
  3. Amanda (Tokyo)
  4. American Eagle, later Nishiki (U.S. brand, manufactured by Kawamura Cycle)
  5. American Star
  6. Amuna (written "AMVNA", manufactured by Matsumoto Cycle, Sendai)
  7. A.N. Design Works (Core Japan, Tokyo)
  8. Apollo (a Canadian brand manufactured by Kuwahara, marketed by Fred Deeley Imports of Vancouver)
  9. Araya
  10. ARES
  11. Asuka (Nara)
  12. Azuki (a sub-brand of West Coast Cycle, see Nishiki)
  13. Baramon (Kurume)
  14. Bianchi (certain models manufactured in Japan)
  15. Bridgestone (variously marketed as Anchor, C.Itoh, Kabuki)
  16. CatEye (famous for cycling accessories, manufacture exercise bikes)
  17. Centurion
  18. Cherubim (Machida, Tokyo)
  19. Crafted (Fukui)
  20. Deki
  21. Diamond Back
  22. Elan
  23. Emme Akko (Miyako)
  24. Focus (Araya) [1]
  25. Fuji
  26. Fury
  27. Ganwell (Kyoto)
  28. Hirose (Kodaira, Tokyo)
  29. Holks
  30. Honjo (Tottori)
  31. Ikesho
  32. Iribe (Nara)
  33. Kabuki, see Bridgestone
  34. Kalavinka (made by Tsukumo, Tokyo)
  35. Kawamura Cycle, Kobe, Japan (manufactured Nishiki and Azuki brands)
  36. Kobe limited, Kobe, Japan
  37. Kusano Engineering (Tokyo)
  38. Kuwahara
  39. Kyoso (Tokyo)
  40. Lightning (made by Inazuma Cycle)
  41. Lotus
  42. Maruishi
  43. Marukin (White Sails) apparently a subsidiary of Hodaka Corp.
  44. Mikado
  45. Miyata
  46. Kiyo Miyazawa (Tokyo)
  47. Miyuki (Tokyo)
  48. Mizutani (ミズタニ自転車株式会社) (Tokyo) (Established in 1924)[2]
  49. Nagasawa
  50. Nakagawa (Osaka)
  51. Nakamichi
  52. Nishiki (U.S. brand, earlier as American Eagle, manufactured by Kawamura)
  53. Noko
  54. Ono
  55. Otomo (produced several OEM bikes for different brands)
  56. Panasonic / National
  57. Pegasus (Chofu, Tokyo)
  58. Peugeot (certain models manufactured in Japan)
  59. Pie
  60. Polaris
  61. Project M (Tsukuba, Ibaraki)
  62. Puch (certain models manufactured in Japan)
  63. Raizin (Kiryu, Gunma)
  64. Raleigh / Rampar (certain models manufactured in Japan)
  65. Ravanello (made by Takamura, Tokyo)
  66. Reminton
  67. Royal Norton
  68. Royce Union
  69. San Rensho (3Rensho)
  70. Sannow
  71. Schwinn (certain models manufactured in Japan, e.g., Voyageur, World models)
  72. Sekai
  73. Sekine
  74. Shimazaki (Tokyo)
  75. Shimano
  76. Shogun
  77. Silk
  78. Skyway
  79. Smith
  80. Soma
  81. SR (Sakae Ringyo), purchased later by Mori Industries, merged with Suntour
  82. Suntour, purchased later by Mori Industries, merged with SR
  83. Suteki, a brand marketed by Sears, manufactured by Panasonic.
  84. Takara
  85. Tano
  86. Terry
  87. Toei (Kawaguchi, Saitama)
  88. Tokyobike
  89. Toyo
  90. Tsunoda (Nagoya, Japan — also manufactured Lotus brand)
  91. Tubagra
  92. Univega
  93. Vigore (Kyoto)
  94. Vlaams
  95. Vogue (made by Orient, Kamakura)
  96. Zebrakenko
  97. Zunow (Osaka)
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