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Adores: Ikebukuro アドアーズ Game Arcades / Ikebukuro

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Nearest Station Ikebukuro
Address Cinema Sunshine1-3F, 1-14-4 Higashi-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku , Tokyo
Telephone 03-3971-9601
Home Page http://www.adores.jp (In Japanese)
Business Hours 10:00am-12:00am

2 Reviews for Adores: Ikebukuro


faleelee
  • Adores
  • (2008-07-27)
  • 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 I go to Adores before we see a movie, just to kill time before the show. There's a lot of claw games on the ground floor, the second floor is medal games (you buy tokens and use them to hit targets, ... Read More

Ryan
  • Adores: Ikebukuro
  • (2007-09-30)
  • Right in the middle of one of Ikebukuro's most popular streets is the three story arcade called Adores. This large arcade has different games on each floor and offers a variety of games. The first floor is full of claw games and a few shooter and racing games. They have so many different types of claw games, that it might even seem ridiculous to have so many. The second floor is full of medal game... Read More

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sagerabbit
  • Adores: Shibuya
  • (2009-06-13)
  • 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 the easiest to win. On most weekends and public holidays there's usually an all games 100 yen promotion. Keep an eye out for the free lotto game out the front where they give away old prizes. And if y... Read More

Ryan
  • Adores: Shibuya
  • (2007-07-12)
  • Adores is a large arcade that has different types of games on each floor. The first floor is dedicated for claw machines, photo booths, and the few racing and shooter games they have. In Japan, the first person shooter games are not exceedingly popular so there are never too many in the arcades. On the second floor you will find slot machines and games where you try to put in as many coins as you ... Read More
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