Shōkichi Umeya (梅屋 庄吉 Umeya Shōkichi) (1868–1934) was a Japanese film promoter and producer who financially supported Sun Yat-sen's revolutionary activities over a period of nearly 20 years. He was the founder in 1906 of the early Japanese film production company M. Pathe.
- Tōten Miyazaki, another Japanese supporter of Sun Yat-sen.
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