Sega World Hanakita

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Sega World Hanakita
Location: 兵庫県姫路市増位新町1-6 2F, Japan
Opened: 2003-04[1]
Closed: 201x

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Sega World Hanakita (セガワールド 花北). Closed sometime after late 2019 where it was turned into a GAME location.

Branding

Name Branding Date
Sega World Hanakita (セガワールド 花北) Sega World 2003-04[1]
Closed 201x
Sega World venues in Japan
Open
Abiko | Apollo | Aqua Walk Ogaki | Arca Kit | Bisai | Chiryu | Fuchu | Fuji Grand | Fujiwaradai | Fukushima | Fukuyama | Fuse | Fussa | Hirakata | Hisai | Hitachi | Ishinomaki | Izumi | Izumi | Kagohara | Kanazawa | Kasai | Kitayamagata | Kuwana | Maiya | Marugame | Matsubara | MEGA | Nagoya Bay City | Nakatsu | Narita | Numata | Omori | Ota | Rokujizo | Sanuma | Shinsei | Shirakawa | Sonic Town Seki | Sunspa Omura | Tajimi | Takashiro | Takayama | Takefu | Tatebayashi | Toyoshina | Ujina | Utsunomiya | Yonago
Closed
O2 Park | Orient Park | Activa | Ageo | Akita | Algo | Alpark | Anjo | Aoi | Aomori | Ariake Plaza | Ario Sapporo | Arukas | Asahi | Asahikawa | ATC Galbo | Atsugi Tamuramachi | Bayside Plaza | Burren | Chikaoka | Chitose | Cocoe Amagasaki | Cospal | Edamatsu | Eden | Festa | Festival Gate | Fir Tree Village | Fuji | Fujieda Ekinan | Fukuda | Funabori | Furukawa | Fushiko | Fuso | Garden Futou | Goudon | Green City | Hachinohe R45 | Hachioji | Hakata | Hakkeijima Carnival House | Hakodate | Hakusan | Hamano | Hanakita | Hanamaki | Hanna Sports Garden | Hidaka Plaza | Higashihiroshima | Higashiyamato | Highway Park | Hikarigaoka | Himi | Hirakata Park | Hiwada | Holiday Square | Honjo | Hoshigaura | Ichinoseki | Iimura | Iizuka | Ikuwa | Imabari | Imafuku | Imaichi | Imakatata | Imure | Iruma | Isesaki | Itazuke | Ivic Terashima | Iwakishi | Izumi Bypass | Joetsu | Kadena | Kadoma | Kagoshima | Kaita | Kaizuka | Kamiotai Mozo Wonder City | Kamiyokota | Kanabori | Kani | Kashihara | Kashiwa 1042 | Kasugai | Kasukabe | Kasumigaura | Kawabe | Kawaguchi | Kiryu | Kishiwada | Kitami | Kitamoto | Kobuchi | Kokubu | Komyoike | Koriyama | Kosai | Koyama | Kronos | Kumiyama | Kurashiki | Kurihashi | Kuroiwa | Kurosaki | Kusatsu | Lily of the Valley | Maebashi | Matsue | Matsusaka | Midorigaoka | Miki | Minami Sendai | Mirai Nagasaki Cocowalk | Miyakonojo | Mizusawa | Mominokimura | Musashi Murayama | Nagaoka | Nagasawa | Nakano | Nakoso | Nangoku | Nanyo | Nara | Narimasu | Natsumi | Nihonmatsu | Niigata Kurosaki | Niiza | Nishitsuruma | Nobeoka | Noda | Nuts Berry | Oasis Park | Ofuna Sonic Island | Oi | Okazaki | Omachi | Omagari | Ome | Omura | Oto | Papas | Papillon Plaza | Paradise Garden | Parthenos | Pau Kashiwa | Rinkuu | Ryugasaki | Sano | Satozuka | Satte | Sayama | Seagaia | Sendai Yaotome | Settsu Wings | Shibata | Shibukawa | Shikahama | Shimo Kamiya | Shimodate | Shin Mikuni | Shindo | Shizuoka | Shounan | Shouwa | Shussui | Skip Town | Soka | South West | Suehiro | Sun To Moon | Suzuran | Takahagi | Takamatsu | Takasaki | Takizawa | Tarumi | Tempozan | Tendo | Tobe | Tochigi | Togitsu | Tokyo Roof | Tomei | Tomioka | Tottori | Toyama | Toyama Chuuou | Toyoake | Toyohashi | Toyota | Tressa Yokohama | Tsukashin | Ueda | Wako | Yaita | Yaita | Yamanakako | Yojirogahama | Yokkaichi Galbo | Yonezawa | Yoshikawa | Yume Town Chofu | Zoon
  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.sega.co.jp/release/nr030418_1.html (Wayback Machine: 2004-09-02 19:36)