GOODIESA complete package, including a promo price card. This is probably a later model. The lighter wasn't part of the deal! It's assumedly there for size comparison (I notice the Japanese often use a lighter or a Lucky Strike cigarette box for size comparison). This set sold for around 52,000 yen.
This bag sold separately for 300 yen. It sports a vinyl exterior with a plaid cloth interior. The logo is a decal of sorts. Note the name tag holder attached to the strap.
official site (bottom right) titled フジペットによる撮影会, or "Fujipet Photo Session".. The dog could be Hachiko (not the original, who died in March 1934), waiting for his master to return home. The last (top right) comes from this site...a young priest with a Fujipet, according to the caption.
Talented young photographers? From a Fujipet exhibition in 1957.
A kakui kid carrying a Fujipet EE.
Evidence from a crime scene? Or part of a game...Fujima-san in the temple with the Fujipet. Most likely they are prizes for some contest or promotion.
this site. A quick translation states that it was probably made in Tianjing factory in 1960, maybe used by the children of affluent Communist Party staff. It is made out of metal because production of plastic parts was probably difficult at that time in China. It has a double lens, as opposed to the Fujipet, which has a single lens.
Instax Pet I made a couple years ago...
Something interesting going on here with a Fujipet...digital? Not sure.