Sega Arena Hamaotsu
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|Sega Arena Hamaotsu|
|Location: 滋賀県大津市浜町２番１号 浜大津アーカス ＡＭ館, Japan|
Sega Arena Hamaotsu (セガアリーナ浜大津) is a former Sega Arena venue opened by Sega. The second centre to launch under the scheme in April 1998, it was initially relatively successful, however has since closed permanently.
Located in the Hamaotsu A-Qus complex, Sega Arena Hamaotsu was the second Sega Arena venue, opening a year after Sega Arena Padou. It originally made use of a festival theme and contained 200 coin-operated amusement machines and a number of attractions, including Aqua Nova.
Like much of the other Sega Arena complexes, parts of the centre's original theming and attractions were later removed during the 2000s, with it instead operating as a game centre until its closure in March 2014. Some of its former space was redeveloped to become a Round 1 bowling alley and game centre by October of the same year.
|Sega Arena Hamaotsu (セガ アリーナ 浜大津)||Sega Arena||1998-04-23|
- Main article: Sega Arena Hamaotsu/Magazine articles.
- 2001 sega.jp homepage (archived)
- Official Twitter account (archived)
- Staff Twitter account (archived)
- Sega Saturn Magazine, "1998-15 (1998-05-22)" (JP; 1998-05-08), page 6
- @SEGA_kusatsu on Twitter (Wayback Machine: 2021-05-16 18:25)
- http://sega.jp/location/arena/arena_hama_atr.html (Wayback Machine: 2002-08-17 18:11)
- https://otsu.muumemo.com/round1-hamaotsu (Wayback Machine: 2017-11-05 12:30)
- http://location.sega.jp/loc_web/sa_hamaootsu.html (Wayback Machine: 2008-02-20 23:15)
|Sega Arena venues|
|Nakama | Soga|
|Fukui | Hamaotsu | Hachioji | Morioka Minami | Padou | Tiger City | Tomiya | Toyohashi | Yukuhashi|