Sega Shinjuku Kabukicho

From Sega Retro

Sega.svg
Sega Japan ShinjukuKabukicho.jpg
Sega Shinjuku Kabukicho
Location: 東京都新宿区歌舞伎町1-21-1 第二東亜会館1F・2F, Japan
Opened: 2017-07
Closed: 2022-03 (as a Sega arcade)

This teeny-tiny article needs some work. You can help us by expanding it.


Sega Shinjuku Kabukicho (セガ 新宿歌舞伎町) was a game center operated by Sega in Shinjuku, Tokyo that opened in July 2017.

The venue was originally dedicated to video games and crane games, but in December 2020 the venue changed its focus to exclusively crane games. This gained the venue a Guinness World Record on January 17, 2021, for most crane games in a single venue, containing over 477 games.[1]

Near the end of March 2022, the Sega branding on the Arcade was replaced with GiGO branding following Sega's sale of their arcade business to Genda.

Branding

Name Branding Date
Sega Shinjuku Kabukicho (セガ 新宿歌舞伎町) Sega 2017-07
GiGO Shinjuku Kabukicho (GiGO 新宿歌舞伎町) GiGO 2022-03

References

Unbranded Sega game centers in Japan
Open
Amusement Place Gimmick | Ceres in | Hyper Messe | Kiss Road Opt | A Square Kusatsu | Abeno Q's Mall | Aeon Mall Choshi | Aeon Mall Kawaguchi | Aeon Mall Kisogawa | Aeon Mall Musashi Murayama | Aeon Mall Okayama | Aeon Mall Takaoka | Aeon Town Kanazawa Shimeno | Aeon Town Kariya | Aeon Town Meisei | Akabane | Akabane Ekimae | Akashi | Akita | Amagasaki Q's Mall | Amu Plaza Kumamoto | Amu Plaza Miyazaki | Anjo | Ariake Garden | Asahi | Bay Dream Shimizu | Bisai | Center Minami | Chiba | Corowa Koshien | Ebina | Fukui | Fukuoka Tenjin | Fukuroi | Funabori | Hachinohe | Hanazono | Higashi Osaka | Hirosaki | Hiroshima Hondori | Hiwada | Iimura | Ikuwa | Imafuku | Imaichi | Imure | in Nanpei Kawaguchi | Iruma | Ishioka | Ito Yokado Kobuchi | Kagurazaka | Kaita | Kakegawa | Kanayama | Kasugai | Kasumigaura | Kawaguchi | Kobe Umie Mosaic | Kobe Umie South Mall | Kosai | Koyama | Kurashiki | LaLaport Fujimi | LaLaport Tokyo-Bay | LECT Hiroshima | Machida | Makuhari | Market Square Sasashima | Marugame | Matsudo | Matsue | Matsumoto | Matsuyama | Minami Machida Grandberry Park Wonder Theater | Mirai Nagasaki Cocowalk | Misto 2 | Mito | Mito Minami | Mizusawa | Mozo Wonder City Kamiotai | Nakoso | Namba Avion | Natori Settsu Wings | Nishinasuno | Nitori Mall Hirakata | Nobeoka | Odawara Dynacity | Ogori | Okaya | Okazaki | Onahama | Onomichi | Phoenix Plaza Maya | Prime Tree Akaike | Ryugasaki | Sendai | Sendai Korona World | Shinmikuni Algo 7 | Shinokubo | Shonai | SMARK Isesaki | Sun To Moon Kakitagawa | Sun To Moon Oasis | Takamatsu | Takenotsuka | Takeo | Tokorozawa | Tokushima Suehiro Bowl | Tokyo Dome City | Tomei Bowl | Tottori | Toyota | Tsukashin | Ueda | Vivamall Neyagawa | Yokohama Chuukagai | Yonezawa | Twin Star Geoce
Closed
Amusement Garden Shin Yokohama | Amusement Garden Shinagawa | Hakkeijima Carnival House | JR Miyazaki Fresta by | Moonbase | Sam-1 | Sannomiya Sanx | Abiko | Akihabara | Akihabara | Akihabara 1-Goukan | Akihabara 1-Goukan | Akihabara 2-Goukan | Akihabara 3-Goukan | Akihabara 4-Goukan | Akihabara 5-Goukan | Al Plaza Kanazawa | Charlie One | Cineset | Deporte | Ergo | Flapper's House Jiyuugaoka | Fukuda | Ikebukuro | Kanda Pasera | LaLaport Koshien | Mabyi | Mago Seki | Narita HUMAX | Ome Shinmachi | Regalo | Shinjuku Kabukicho | Tajimi | Ueno Pasela | Yono | Yoyogi | XiV World by