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Japanese Arcade Tour 1 Playland Big in Fussa, Tokyo
Japanese Arcade Tour 1 Playland Big in Fussa, Tokyo
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My first attempt at making a tour vid of a Japanese arcade. This one is in my town, so I decided to do this one for starters. Later down the road, the arcades will get bigger and cooler. I hope you enjoy this look into the Japanese arcade scene.

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