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Japanese Retro Game Centers Tokyo Arcade Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN
Japanese Retro Game Centers Tokyo Arcade Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN
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Japanese game centers are must visit places on any trip to Japan, but in Tokyo, there is a place where you can time warp back to the 1980s and 1990s and play those games of the past, too. Since Japan was the leader in arcade game programming and machine production, the culture stretches back decades and those old machines are still in use! Why do these retro arcade games and game centers still exist in Japan? In the USA, the arcade culture rapidly declined when the game consoles gained wide popularity, especially in the early 1990s, but in Japan, arcades or game center culture continued because it was more about the experience than the games itself. It was a place to go, hang out with friends, be a hero! There were many kinds of games from classic arcades to driving simulation games to dancing and rhythm games. Gamers from the 1980s are not in their 30s, 40s or 50s and they keep coming, playing those games from the past and thats great because it means we can all stop in and experience arcades games like we did as kids. ▶︎ Where is Mikado (Retro Game Center) https:goo.glmapsXrwcToabzam Station: Takadanobaba ▶︎ Super Potato | Retro Console Games in Akihabara: http:www.superpotato.comGames featured in this episode: OUT RUN (1986) Sega Tokyo Wars (1996) Namco Star Wars (1983) Atari Metal Hawk (1988) NamcoCheck out Miki's channel "Miki Lab": And Shingo's channel Let's Play Japan: out more ONLY in JAPAN video clips and photos: http:instagram.comonlyinjapantv MORE JAPANESE GAME CENTER VIDEOS: ★ Crane Game Secrets Revealed: Japan's UFO Catcher Academy ★ Japanese Photo Sticker Booths: Purikura Adventure ★ Gachapon Toy Capsules:▷ SUBTITLES: If you'd like to help out and submit a subtitle in your language, I'd really appreciate it so we can reach more people! THANK YOU! You'll be listed as a collaborator for this video too :) -john This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 20 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel. #onlyinjapan #tokyo #gamecenter

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If you think day old sushi is bad, try YEAR OLD SUSHI! That's exactly what Funazushi is, a local delicacy still made in the traditional way, the recipe dating back over 1000 years. With Japanese, it's notoriously sour, totally evil tasting and the smell ... ? Well, that's what I'm here to find out. In this episode, I will try to conquer my fears and eat some very old fermented sushi to see if this famous food lives up to its reputation as being Japan's grossest. Funazushi is part of the Narezushi category of sushi, the other category being Hayazushi. Let me explain. Hayazushi is the sushi we know today, a piece of raw fish on top of vinegar rice with a little wasabi. Hayazushi only came about in the early 1800s. Narezushi is the original sushi with origins going back a millennium. It's fermented in rice for a year, compressed with a heavy stone so that all air is kept out. Shiga prefecture's Funazushi is made in the original method used many generations ago which means ー this is ancient food! If you want to try what people ate 1,000 year ago, THIS IS IT! The challenge is on! Can you take down a plate of year old funazushi? Where is Shiga Prefecture and Otsu? GOOGLE MAP: https:goo.glmapsnsgW5UHaGB32 It's a quick 10 minute train ride from JR Kyoto Station. URL: So you want to try Inoue-san's funazushi? You'll want to go here: https:goo.glmapssgDqyGiuiSF2 志じみめし 湖舟 Open from 10am to 4pm In Japan, you can order it from Inoue-san and send it to your hotel, if you're crazy enough. Special thank you to the wonderful staff of BIWAKO OTSU TOURISM ASSOCIATION http:www.otsu.or.jpContribute to the community SUBTITLES :) you'll be marked as a collaborator to this video and help thoe in your country understand the history of Funazushi! (Thank you!) (Link coming soon)★ Watch Other ONLY in JAPAN FOOD CHALLENGES ★ ☆ Tokyo Monster Gyoza Challenge ☆ Ice Cream Flavor Challenge Credit: Manic Polka by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:incompetech.commusicroyalty-freeindex.html?isrc=USUAN1100168 Artist: Inner Journey by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: Attack of the Mole Men - Stings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:incompetech.commusicroyalty-freeindex.html?isrc=USUAN1100321 Artist: John on Instagram: http:instagram.comonlyinjapantv Support the channel on Patreon: http:patreon.comonlyinjapan This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel. ONLY in JAPAN is a registered trademark. This content cannot be reused for any purpose without the consent of the creator as stipulated in the YouTube license and copyright.
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game | Game Arcades Japanology Plus with Peter Barakan 2018

Game Arcades Japanology Plus with Peter Barakan 2018

When exploring the streets of Tokyo, you won’t have to go very far before running into some type of game arcade with an interior full of flashing lights and people of all ages. The ubiquitous nature of arcades isn’t just noticeable in bustling areas such as Shibuya, Shinjuku, or Akihabara—with about 5,000 locations nationwide, you’d almost have to try to not see one. As at-home game consoles and smartphones reshape the global gaming industry, brick and mortar arcades still remain popular across Japan.The Japanese gaming landscape has rapidly evolved over the last 60 years or so in order to keep up with changes in both technology and the economy. Before arcade games became popular across Japan, they were available in places where people typically socialized, making them easily accessible to all. People would stop by to blow off stress after work or school, which is still a common reason to visit arcades today. Children could play small games at dagashiya (penny candy stores), where they usually congregated to buy candy or toys for 5 to 10 yen. Additionally, due to rapid industrialization, places to play outside were becoming scarce. That made it harder to play games such as hide and go seek or “Daruma-san ga Koronda” (similar to Red Light, Green Light) with friends, so shops became the location of choice for children to spend their free time.As mentioned in the program, the industry truly started flourishing due to Tomohiro Nishikado’s creation of Space Invaders in the late 1970s. With the game’s release, the floodgates opened, and game machines invaded every inch of Japanese society. As the economy strengthened and demand grew, locations specifically for playing games became necessary. Because of this, there were 44,000 game arcades in Japan in the mid 1980s.While interest in game arcades is nowhere near as high as that 1980s peak, they still continue to thrive in Japan due to a combination of old-school nostalgia and new, innovative products that appeal to a wide range of people. In the 40 years since Space Invaders’ release, the range of game genres has expanded to include music games, dancing games, coin games, and fighting games. Some of the equipment for music games is too large to have inside one’s home, meaning a visit to the arcade is necessary to play. Other games that are hard to replicate at home are sports simulations, air hockey, or crane games.Another staple feature in many Japanese arcades is purikura, or sticker picture booths. It’s not surprising to see a large group of young friends cram themselves into a tiny photo booth and then crowd around a small screen to embellish their pictures afterward. These pictures also make for unique, commemorative souvenirs for visitors to Japan. If that’s not up your alley, some facilities offer bowling, karaoke, indoor catch and release fishing, and arcade games—all under one roof! There is even a location in Tokyo that is mainly known as an onsen, but the building has a mixture of traditional festival style games and arcade games spread throughout. Also, as seen on a previous edition of Japanology Plus, manufacturers take advantage of the newest available technology to update their offerings, leading to things like virtual reality games. Convenience is also carefully considered: customers can use their train fare cards to pay for games, and foreign currency exchange machines can be found on premises. Various additions such as these help game arcades appeal to a wide audience, not just middle-aged Japanese salarymen looking for a trip down memory lane.Overall, while it isn’t uncommon to see Japanese playing games on smartphones or handheld controllers when riding on trains or walking around the city, game arcades seem to have a special appeal here. Japan has an international reputation for its video games as well as the characters that appear in them. Some tourists travel to Japan specifically for certain arcade games, such as the people Matt Alt meets during his crane game class, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dressed up as a famous game character to announce the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. It will be interesting to see how an increase in international visitors will affect the Japanese arcade game scene going forward and what innovations game makers think of next. While you wait, go check out the nearest arcade for yourself!
4,008 views | Feb 20, 2018
game | Super Potato Game Store in Tokyo Tour Pickups Adam Koralik

Super Potato Game Store in Tokyo Tour Pickups Adam Koralik

It's Adam Koralik here and today we're discussing Super Potato! It's a store in Tokyo Japan that I checked out. Specifically the one in Akihabara. Be sure to stick around for pickups!https:www.patreon.comAdamKoralik?ty=h https:www.facebook.comAdamKoralikOfficial https:www.facebook.comFigureItOutProductions https:twitter.comAdamKoralik https:www.instagram.comadam_koralik
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