Most of the classic 0 gauge trains from Japan pre WW2 and just post WW2 come from Seki, Sakai who probably was a successor to Seki and just post WW2 KTM. Seki and Sakai also " badge engineered" their trains for different countries for example Stronlite for the UK market. Peter Dunk has a wonderful collection of Japanese 0 gauge trains and a few years back he and his able assistants displayed probably a once in a lifetime working exhibition of these trains at the Train Collectors Society Summer Show. Here are some pictures of these rare trains.
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