The Experimental Anti-Aircraft Tank Ki-To is a Japanese self-propelled anti-aircraft vehicle developed by the Japanese Army in the 1930s based on the Type 97 Te-Ke.
The pilot vehicle mounted both a L/70 and L/100 20mm cannon at different times.
The Ki-To was developed from the Te-Ke. The turret was removed and the 20mm gun was fitted with the towed mount stored on the rear. A gunshield was not fitted due to it blocking access to the driver's hatch. Without it, the gun crew were unprotected. The vehicle was not developed further due to these issues.