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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.

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game | JAPAN S RETRO VIDEO GAME HEAVEN! Super Potato Nagoya


JAPAN'S RETRO VIDEO GAME HEAVEN! - Super Potato Nagoya. Today we visit Japans retro video game heaven! I even get my hands on an old gameboy color. Join the madness that is Super Potato Japan!AWESOME CLATT MERCH! - http:www.thetravelingclatt.comOur awesome Hostel! Stay with them when visiting Nagoya!✔ Join the family! Become a CLATT today! New travel videos every Tuesday Thursday and Sunday at 3PM EST!CONNECT WITH ME Cool rewards on Patreon! https:www.patreon.comthetravelingclatt Instagram: https:instagram.comthetravelingclatt Twitter: https:twitter.comtravelingclatt Facebook: http:goo.glJdlfLd Subreddit: https:www.reddit.comrthetravelingclatt Soundcloud: https:soundcloud.comthetravelingclatt Podcast: http:goo.gle7E73BTRAVEL DISCOUNTS FOR THE CLATTS $40 off an Airbnb! www.airbnb.comctalo27 Get a free ride with Uber! https:www.uber.cominvitetalo5MY GEAR Big Camera: http:amzn.to2tv6jCE Lens for Big Camera: http:amzn.to2uuDKSn Microphone for Big Camera: http:amzn.to2tAyjoJ GoPro: http:amzn.to2sceNuB Drone: http:amzn.to2sckqbV Tripod: http:amzn.to2twFP3a Computer: http:amzn.to2srZPon HardDrive: http:amzn.to2tv4ANn Backpack: http:amzn.to2t2J8yrMUSIC Check 'em out for being awesome enough to let me use their music!PeriTune https:soundcloud.comsei_peridotalbumsDel Instrumentals Produced by Chuki https:soundcloud.comdizarofrMusic: OGROD (Ela Mazurkiewicz, Maciej Kulesza) Youtube: http:bit.ly2o8PfwTDJ Quads https:soundcloud.comaka-dj-quads https:theartistunion.comtracksa9cba9?download=trueChillhop Bandcamp » https:chillhop.bandcamp.comalbumchillhop-essentials-spring-2016 Spotify » https:open.spotify.comalbum0Q9XLzqv1wRvrouX5k814kProleteR https:soundcloud.comproleter-beatmaker proleter.bandcamp.comNowell Gio Lacbay (NGL) soundcloud.comitsnglmusic https:itsnglmusic.bandcamp.comreleasesBirocratic https:soundcloud.combirocratic Track: Vanilla https:soundcloud.comvanillaJPB https:soundcloud.comjpb
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game | Tokyo Gift Vending Machine One Minute Shopping Spree ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Tokyo Gift Vending Machine One Minute Shopping Spree ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Christmas shopping can be stressful – but not today! I've found a Japanese Vending Machine that is perfect, making it easy for you to shop and save time -- and save money! There are over 650 of these King's Treasure Box (王様の宝箱) vending machines around Tokyo ー and what's inside may surprise you! I spoke with the creator and CEO of these special vending machines who gave me an inside look at the machine -- and all that treasure! Okay. Okay. I know it's lazy to shop for friends at a vending machine. I mean, it's the thought that counts, right? But there are advantages to shopping at vending machines. WHY SHOP AT A VENDING MACHINE? It's convenient. There are hundreds of these machines! It's easy. Just push the button. It's quick. Done in a minute. It's not your fault if they don't like it. Blame the machine! Oh, and it's super fun! THE HISTORY: Nakajima-san, the creator told me he made these machines because he loved Gachapon so much, that he wanted a 24 hour solution for adults. Normal gachapon machines are made of plastic and lack security so they are taken off the streets and locked away when the store closes. With his vending machine, he can play it any time! Basically he converted old book vending machine and turned them into package dispensing ones. He redesigned the buttons and racks inside, made them more stylish and easier to work. In the end, he made a bigger, 24-hour gachapon machine for adults. WHAT'S INSIDE? Nintendo DS (the main prize!) Walkie-talkie Watch set LED Light Audio Activated Glasses T-SHIRT with a mini speaker that plays a guitar! Battery Chargers for smart phones iPhone lens ... and much much more! WHY IS IT ONLY 1000 YEN? Since he buys in bulk and many toy and product makers want their goods featured in these machines, he gets great discounts and that allows you to get items valued at 1000 yen or more. Sometimes less. It's sort of luck. The most valuable is a NINTENDO DS! ONLY in JAPAN on Instagram: https:www.instagram.comonlyinjapantvURL: The machine I visited is here: https:goo.glmapsFWT9StCspwt (Next to the KFC under the train overpass)You can find a map to every 1000 Yen “King's Treasure Box” vending machine here:'S TREASURE BOX website (Japanese only): http:www.ousamanotakarabako.netSpecial THANK YOU to: Simon & Martina Peter Von Gomm Shingo Imai Joseph Tame & Family Mr. Seiichi MUSIC CREDIT: TeknoAxe, awesome tunes! Anti Corporation Christmas Music -- Background #52 Royalty Free Music #73 (Jingle Bell Rock) Christmas Music 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 18 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
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