Sega Fukuoka Tenjin

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Sega Fukuoka Tenjin
Location: 福岡県福岡市中央区天神2-7-6 DADAビル, Japan
Opened: 2019-11-01[1]

Sega Fukuoka Tenjin (セガ福岡天神), formerly Tenjin GiGO (天神GiGO), is a Sega game center in Japan. Originally opening in August 1994 as a GiGO venue, the center has since been remodelled, closed and sold for a period of nine years, then reopened and remodelled again in November 2019. It currently serves as the flagship Sega facility on Kyushu.

Branding

Name Branding Date
Tenjin GiGO (天神GiGO) GiGO 1994-08
Closed 2010-02-21
Sega Fukuoka Tenjin (セガ福岡天神) Sega 2019-11-01[1]

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