Sega Tokyo Dome City

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Sega Tokyo Dome City
Location: 東京都文京区後楽1丁目3番61号, Japan
Opened: 2011-11-15[1]

Sega Tokyo Dome City (セガ 東京ドームシティ), previously Carnival (カーニバル), is a Japanese Sega game center located in the Tokyo Dome City entertainment complex. Twenty years before Sega purchased the location, it notably housed the first installations of the CCD Cart and Cyber Dome attractions developed by the company, as well as the first pair of R360s sold to a venue not operated by Sega.[2]

History

Carnival

The venue originally opened as a game center in early 1991 under the name of Carnival.[3] It is thought to have been a location test site for early simulators developed by Sega AM5.[4] Alongside a pair of R360 units, the rarer CCD Cart and Cyber Dome installations could be found running;[2] it is not clear when these attractions were removed, and the location continued to use its original Carnival name into the 2000s.

Sega Tokyo Dome City

In 2011, Sega purchased operating rights for the former Carnival game centre.[1] It continues to operate to this day.

Branding

Name Branding Date
Sega Tokyo Dome City (セガ 東京ドームシティ) Sega 2011-11-15[1]

Magazine articles

Main article: Sega Tokyo Dome City/Magazine articles.

Gallery

References

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