Club Sega Inage O2 Park

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Club Sega Inage O2 Park
Location: 千葉県千葉市稲毛区園生町380-1, Japan
Opened: 1990-04-26[1]

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Club Sega Inage O2 Park (クラブ セガ 稲毛オーツーパーク), formerly O2 Park Sega World (オーツーパークセガワールド)[2].

Branding

Name Branding Date
O2 Park Sega World (オーツーパークセガワールド) Sega World 1990-04-26
Club Sega Inage O2 Park (クラブ セガ 稲毛オーツーパーク) Club Sega 2007-11-14[3]

Gallery

References

[4] [5]

  1. File:SegaEnJoint JP Flyer.pdf
  2. http://www.sega.co.jp:80/sega/AM-space/home2.html (Wayback Machine: 1996-12-24 09:24)
  3. http://sega.jp/location/tenpo/2008/1113_1 (Wayback Machine: 2009-08-18 08:01)
  4. http://sega.jp/location/kanto/otwopark.html (Wayback Machine: 2002-06-27 14:31)
  5. http://location.sega.jp/loc_web/sw_o2park.html (Wayback Machine: 2007-11-12 20:40)
Club Sega venues in Japan
Open
Asahikawa | Canal City | Chatan | Higashi Umeda | Himeji OS | Inage O2 Park | Jiyugaoka | Nabari | Nagoya Fusimi | Sagamiono | Shikou | Shinjuku Nishiguchi | Shinsugita | Tachikawa | Tsunashima
Closed
Advance Mall Matsusaka | Akihabara | Akihabara Shinkan | Akihabaraa | Aomori | Dotonbori | Fujiidera | Hakata | Hakodate | Hamamatsu | Kanayama | Kashiwa | Kasugai | Kawagoe | Kouhoku | Makuhari | Matsuyama | Morioka | Motoyawata | Narimasu | Ogura | Osaki | Sapporo | Sendai | Shibuya | Shindo | Susukino | Takaida | Tenmonkan | Tokorozawa | Yokohama | Yunokawa