Common pronouciation is Se-kee-nee. The first 'e' has the short vowel sound, as in 'set'.
The 'i' and last 'e' are both pronounced with the long 'e' vowel sound.
I was first introduced to Sekine's in the late 80's during preparation for a high school bike tour. I built
my "own" 12 speed from a Peugeot frame and Sekine accessories. I was told Sekine parts were the best.
25 years later I am getting back into road biking and a Sekine came back into my life after finding one that needed to
be dusted off at a garage sale. I was amazed at how little information is readlity available on the web for these bike's,
so I hope a little more information and photos will help out someone.