Sega Akihabara 1-Goukan
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|Sega Akihabara 1-Goukan|
|Location: 東京都千代田区 外神田1-10-9, Japan|
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Sega Akihabara 1-Goukan (セガ 秋葉原 1号館) is Sega's flagship indoor game centre in Japan. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the district and has acted as a location test for many of Sega's arcade produce.
The game center originally opened as Hi-Tech Land Sega Shintoku (ハイテクランド・セガ・シントク) in 1992, however after the bankruptcy of the building's owner, Shintoku, it became Hi-Tech Land Sega Akihabara (ハイテクランドセガ 秋葉原) and later Club Sega Akihabara (クラブ セガ 秋葉原). After a refurbishment, it reopened as an unbranded Sega arcade on March 14, 2012.
For years this venue was known simply as Sega Akihabara, despite Sega operating a number of game centers in the region. The building that became Sega Akihabara 3-Goukan was considered to be part of the same complex, though all five (including Akihabara GiGO which became 2, 4 and 5) were within walking distance. Sega numbered the buildings in mid-2017 and now treats them as separate venues.
|Hi-Tech Land Sega Shintoku (ハイテクランド・セガ・シントク)||Hi-Tech Land Sega||1992-09-14|
|Hi-Tech Land Sega Akihabara (ハイテクランドセガ 秋葉原)||Hi-Tech Land Sega||199x|
|Club Sega Akihabara (クラブ セガ 秋葉原)||Club Sega||2000-11-23|
|Sega Akihabara (セガ 秋葉原)||Sega||2012-03-14|
|Sega Akihabara 1-Goukan (セガ 秋葉原 1号館)||Sega||2017|
Relative to Sega Akihabara 3-Goukan
- http://sega.jp/location/tenpo/2010/0224/home.shtml (Wayback Machine: 2011-03-14 11:46)
- https://www.sonicstadium.org/2000/12/sonic-celebrates-club-sega-arcade-re-opening-in-tokyo/ (Wayback Machine: 2020-08-14 02:32)
|Club Sega venues in Japan|
|Asahikawa | Canal City | Chatan | Higashi Umeda | Himeji OS | Inage O2 Park | Jiyugaoka | Nabari | Nagoya Fusimi | Sagamiono | Shikou | Shinjuku Nishiguchi | Shinsugita | Tachikawa | Tsunashima|
|Advance Mall Matsusaka | Akihabara | Akihabara Shinkan | 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|
|Hi-Tech Land Sega venues in Japan|
|Harbor Place | Ikegami | Iwase (Reopened) (Remodeled?)'"`UNIQ--ref-00000000-QINU`"' | Nishinakajima | Shibuya | Tateishi|
|Akihabara | Akyuuzu | Amusement Theater | Avion | Bravo | Breeze | East 21 | El Nido | Fukushima | Hanoura | Hirano Mise | Hirashima | Hita | Iwase | K.B. | Kanda | Kaori | Kasai Rinkai Kouen | Kotoni | Kurashiki | Marugame | Matsudo | Metarium | Minami Sports Plaza | Mist 2 | Orchestra | Paradune | Shikou | Shin Yokohama BC | Shintoku | Shinzaike | Totsuka | Toyo Bowl | Toyohashi | Train|