Tsunemitsu Kaneko (fl. c. 1930 - 1960) was a Chinese-Japanese illustrator and painter of birds-eye views active during the Taisho and Showa periods. He was initially an apprentice to and later the primary rival of the famous birds-eye view maker Hatsu Saburo Yoshida (1884 - 1955). Kaneko is particularly known for his majestic parallel perspective views of Taiwan and Taiwanese cities. Most of his work follows strongly in the mold of Hatsu Saburo Yoshida, who pioneered the use of colorful chromolithograph parallel perspective birds-eye views to illustrate Japanese transportation networks.