Old to New

ABOUT US

My first pachinko machine was a Sankyo I purchased from Pachinko Palace in 1978. I loved to play it so much that I took it apart to see how it worked. I knew then that I had the talent to work on them because when I put it back together everything worked. I got my second pachinko, a Nishijin, at a second hand store as part of a deal on a used washing machine in 1992. I started to see what was happening to the old machines that were often stored in barns, attics and garages collecting dust and falling apart due to disrepair. I started Pachinko Restorations in 2009 to help people get their machines back up and working again. In 2013 I acquired Vintage Pachinko LLC with their inventory of parts and machines, Pachinko Restorations has one of the largest collection of vintage pachinko parts and machines.

Here at Pachinko Restorations, we buy, sell, trade, repair and restore vintage pachinko machines. Striving to do our best to fabricate parts to replace broken and missing components on these machines, to get them back to their original working condition, so your kids can have as much fun playing as you did. There is no charge to evaluate your machine to determine what repair parts are needed or how much of a restoration it would need. We also offer a wide, range of parts, accessories, and information for Do It Yourself pachinko owners.

 I am always looking for Vintage Pachinko Machines from the 60’s and 70’s, working or not so clean out your closet, attic, basement and garage. Price is determined by condition, functionality, manufacturer, playing field features, accessories and the distance I have to travel outside of the Tulsa area or shipping cost. If you send a photo (front and back please), I can give you a better idea of what I will pay. If you just want to get rid of yours, we will pay for the shipping in most cases.

 

 1970 Nishijin Front Over Flow Pachinko Machine known as Kujaku

 

 

SEE WHAT WE OFFER

Pachinko Restorations, strive to do our best to restore your machine back to it’s original condition. We also do custom restorations on the machines. So if you have some artwork you would like to see as a background, in most cases we can have it printed  and install it as the background on the playing field of your machine.  There is no charge to evaluate your machine to determine what is needed for this type of restoration. Here are some before and after photos of restorations.

Machine Restoration

If this is something you would be interested in doing to your machine, email a photo (front and back please) of the machine. Also let us know if there are any other changes you would like to make to the machine.

Replacement Parts

Parts for these machines have not been made for 40, 50 and 60 years, so we striving to do our best to fabricate parts to replace broken and missing components on these machines, to get them back to their original working condition

Original Pachinko Parts

If you are in need of parts for your machine, we have over 200 vintage pachinko machines in stock to pull from as well as a large inventory of original pachinko parts. If you are not sure the name of the part you need, send a photo of the part and machine.

 

Custom Restore work also available

If you have a idea you want to see on a pachinko machine or a favorite artwork as a background, contact us with a photo of the front and back of the machine and a detailed description of what you would like. Copyright artwork would need a release for use.