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  • Adores: Shibuya

  • Game Arcades ( Shibuya )
  • I could probably be medically diagnosed with an addiction to UFO catchers, and I gotta say this game centre has to be the best of its kind in Shibuya. The games here are probably the least rigged and ...
  • Adores: Ikebukuro

  • Game Arcades ( Ikebukuro )
  • This is a fun arcade in the middle of Sunshine Street in Ikebukuro. If you look at the picture for this entry, you'll see that there is a sign for Cinema Sunshine above the Adores logo. My friends and...
  • CLUB SEGA: Akihabara

  • Game Arcades ( Akihabara )
  • It seemed like any other game center I had the chance to visit in Japan, but I'm not sure if the UFO-Catcher was more difficult (in Akihabara in general). Also, feel free to quickly take a look at th...
  • Taito Inn Rosa

  • Game Arcades ( Ikebukuro )
  • This arcade is spread out over a single floor, but despite that it is smaller than some of its peers, it has all the same games. They have a large medal game and slot machine section that takes up a l...
  • SaY Akibabara

  • Game Arcades ( Akihabara )
  • My first impression of this place is very pink, and upon entering there is even more pink. Here’s the place where you can exercise your thumbs and fingers and those good old reflexes, as you pump aw...
  • Club Sega: Shibuya

  • Game Arcades ( Shibuya )
  • These places are awesome. It's like the arcade you used to go to when you were a kid mixed with carnival games from the state fair collided head-on with adult gambling. The artifical horse-race game...
  • AM St.Tropez Ikebukuro

  • Game Arcades ( Ikebukuro )
  • St. Tropez is one on of three or four large entertainment centers within walking distance of Ikebukuro station. The heat, noise, and flashing lights are quite overwhelming, like I was entering a Disne...
  • Taito Station: Shibuya

  • Game Arcades ( Shibuya )
  • The gaming arcade is located inside the basement of the building where you will come into a room of thick smoke and heat which resulted in me not staying long. Most of the gaming machines present thei...
  • SEGA GiGO: Akihabara

  • Game Arcades ( Akihabara )
  • SEGA GiGo: Akihabara is a massive temple of fun; the six floors cover all possible genres in video games. To keep up with the neighborhood, the staff is clothed in anime costumes and the UFO-catchers ...
  • Amusement Forum Moa

  • Game Arcades ( Shinjuku )
  • Located right next to McDonald’s, Amusement Forum More delivers all the possible categories in electronic entertainment. Medal games, photo booths (purikura), the latest games and some classics are ...
  • Adores: Mirano

  • Game Arcades ( Shinjuku )
  • Adorers Milan is located across the street from the Koma Theater in Kabukicho and consists of three floors of pure arcade fun. All the latest video games plus UFO-catchers and photo booths (purikura) ...
  • Taito Hey

  • Game Arcades ( Akihabara )
  • The UFO-catchers at Taito Hey Akihabara are packed with anime figures waiting for you to pull them out. Otherwise, head for the wide variety of video games available. Located on top of the Akky duty-f...
  • SEGA: Ikebukuro

  • Game Arcades ( Ikebukuro )
  • Sega Ikebukuro offers a wide selection of UFO-catchers, photo booths and video games to keep you busy for hours in their seven floors of space. The last floor is a themed cafe called Sakura.
  • Shinjuku Playland Carnival

  • Game Arcades ( Shinjuku )
  • The spacious Shinjuku Pla Land Carnival packs all kinds of coin and video games across its two floors. Find it across the street from the Koma theater in Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku.
  • Taito Inn Game World

  • Game Arcades ( Shinjuku )
  • Conveniently located close to Shinjuku station, Taito Inn Game World offers a wide selection of UFO-catchers, photo booths and video games to keep you busy for hours.
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