The Kassha is not just a disposable camera, it is a portable Japanese lesson too. Kassha is an onomatopoeia and the Japanese word for the click sound of a camera shutter (cool huh?).
The camera is a very simple disposable design, with a flash, a fixed focus 31mm f9 lens, and a very cool look. Take your Kassha with you and click away! (bonus points are added if you say “kassha” every time you click the shutter.)
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