FAQ of common pachinko questions we recieve.
If you have other questions, please just send it to info@modernpachinko.com.

All pachinko machine purchases include the following:
  • Door Key (Settings Key as appliacable)
  • 10A power supply with locking safety connectors
  • 500 pachinko balls
  • Full-machine Detailing (400.00 value)
  • Printed technical specifications manual
  • 40% off pachinko balls (1 per each machine purchased)
The depth of machines vary and many newer models have tall door-mounted components, but width and height are fixed to ease cabinet installation in Pachinko Parlors at 20.5 in x 14 in x 32 in
Pachinko Machines are required to be used in parlors first. However, a machine could be purchased on the day of release. The longer a pachinko machine is in a pachinko parlor, the more wear is put on the machine. We purchase the majority of our machines between 3-12 months of release to ensure they're in collector condition. Machines that are in service between 2-3yrs usually have some signs of wear (minor scratches, dings).
Prior to 2020, smoking was allowed in-doors and it takes quite a toll by coating machines in smoke and tar throughout the machine. While it is a bit better, it is unforuntely not applied in all pachinko palors.
In the past, the rule of thumb was that volume controls were required. Today, there are few models that truly require it. For example:
  • Sankyo machines at their lowest setting are just a bit too loud than we would like (85-90dB).
  • Kyoraku/Okay machines play elevator music at loud levels (100dB) for 15sec when turned on, then the machine can be set to zero volume if so desired. On certain models, before elevator music it was a blaring siren.
If you are concerned about volume, please ask.