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Japanese Video Game Arcade Walk Through Tokyo
Japanese Video Game Arcade Walk Through Tokyo
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japanese arcade Everything is more high tech in Japan, no question about it, but I have to admit that this video game arcade that we uncovered in Tokyo is on a whole new level. The prizes for one are out of hand and the games are bigger and better then anything I've seen before!What do you think? I think it's a must see if you're ever in the country.

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