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Tokyo Shoseki Co. Ltd.(東京書籍株式会社?) is a Japanese textbook publisher prominent in its market. It is known outside of Japan as a company that published games like Cycle Race: Road Man, Super Tennis. The name of the company was named after Tokyo where their corporate headquarters was once located. The company developed video games from 1986 to 1998; their last game was Go-Jin Senki for the Sony PlayStation. All resources were eventually re-allocated to their Tonkin House company. As of 2008, Tokyo Shoseki makes textbooks and educational software.