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Games / Pachinko / Bowling, etc. Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Animate Akihabara
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 4-3-2
    This is the Akihabara store of the largest domestic cartoon, animation and game related goods specialty shop and is located adjacent to “Comic Toranoana.” In addition to books such as newly released comic books, light novels and specialty literary magazines and reading material, there is an abundant collection of art supplies, character goods, CD/DVD, and games, etc. on all six floors of the store. There are also many events held inviting animation song singers and voice actors as well as limited-time only shop events. The nearest station is Akihabara Station.
  • Animate Shibuya
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou 31-2 Shibuya BEAM 3F
    This is Shibuya’s largest anime and comic specialty store, located in the “Shibuya Center Town” in Udagawa-cho, Shibuya City, Tokyo. In the large store, there are a variety of new comics and doujinshi books, CD/DVD, character goods. There are corners around the shop for popular pieces, and it is devised to be easy to find the desired item. There are also special corners for limited periods selling themed limited items and special distribution items.
  • ACOS Ikebukuro
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 3-2-1 Animate Sunshine 2-3F
    A one-stop cosplay shop carrying a huge variety of cosplay items such as wigs and color contacts in addition to, of course, costumes. From new works to old favorites, the shop carries costumes for a stunning array of anime. ACOS also only stocks the best cosplay accessories, such as prop swords, an item no Japanese character cosplay costume can be without. The shop also allows patrons to try things on before they buy.
  • Kotobukiya Akihabara
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 1-8-8 Okashima Building
    A popular shop dedicated to action figures located in Akihabara, the otaku subculture mecca. From videogame and anime to movie characters, the shop carries action figures from a wide array of genres. In addition to action figures, Kotobukiya also sells stuffed animals and plastic models. Many of the shop’s customers are women and international tourists, and Kotobukiya has the lineup to meet the diverse needs of its customers.
  • Tokyo Port Bowl
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibaura 1-13-10
    A six- minute walk from the east exit of Tamachi Station. This bowling alley is located on the seventh floor of the Daisan Toun Building. The entire floor is occupied by the alley's 34 lanes, and the spacious, open feel of the place is one of its charms. There are 10 dedicated lanes for children, making it easy for families to enjoy a day at the alley as well. Play is entirely computer-controlled-all you need to do is enter the names of the players. The giant screens above the lanes provide tips and recreate exciting plays. In addition to the standard unlimited bowling plan, there's also a popular party pack which includes a buffet and all-you-can-drink at the alley restaurant. Finally, you can rent out the entire alley for special events; the staff will be happy to work with you to meet your event needs.
  • Red Mercury (Ueno Shop)
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 4-9-2 Koide building 4F
    A store specializing in American toys located a five minute walk from Ueno Station's Shinobazu exit. There isn't a toy collector in Tokyo who doesn't know about Red Mercury. The sheer number of toys crowding the store's shelves and showcases is stunning. The abundance of Star Wars and Transformers toys and merchandise, in particular, will amaze you. And as you might expect from a store which has been in business so long, you can find some truly rare items tucked away here and there. Red Mercury carries a wide selection of other toys, from action figures to vending machine toys to ornaments and decorations. Merchandise and other items are also sold on the store's website.
  • Harajuku Super Escape Laser Trap
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-19-9 Prime Harajuku 3F
    Laser trap is an incredibly popular game in Europe and the US and is located in front of JR Harajuku Station, Takeshita exit. Get past the lasers stretched across a room in 90 seconds and hit buttons in three locations. Try beginner, medium and advanced courses, each one with a different number of lasers. Experience a real spy scene just like in movies and cartoons. At least four people are recommended for mission mode, have even more fun with the party games.
  • namco (Harajuku Store)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-19-9 Prime Harajuku B1F
    An arcade managed by the game company namco which focuses on the popular purikura photo booths with nine machines in store. The store includes a dressing area where you can pay a fee to get access to hairspray, hair curlers and irons. They also provide costumes where you purchase a ticket to wear your favorite costume for the photo booth. There's also a corner stand that sells makeup just in case you forgot to bring your own.
  • ROUND1 Stadium Itabashi
    1 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Aioicho 16-ban 13-go


  • ROUND1 Stadium Diver City Tokyo Plaza
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Koto-ku Aomi 1-chome 1-ban 10-go Diver City Tokyo Plaza 6F
  • Animate Shinjuku
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-17-17
  • ROUND1 Ikebukuro
    10 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashi-ikebukuro 1-chome 14-ban 1-go Ikebukuro Square

    Even if you are a first time visitor to Tokyo and you love bowling, I suggest you go to Ikebukuro station, exit at #23 and you will find Round One less than a minute away. The bowling front desk is...

  • Waseda Auto Tennis Plaza
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishi-waseda 1-13-4
    This sports facility is located three minutes on foot from Waseda Station on the Toden Arakawa Line and nine minutes on foot from Waseda Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. The second floor has a billiards room and a tennis-hitting lane, and the third floor has a batting cage and ping pong tables. The tennis hitting lanes have ball machines that let you choose the speed, direction, and type of ball for realistic practice. Along with the batting cage, prices are set according to the number of balls you use. It is a good old-fashioned sports center that local children and students of neighboring colleges love.
  • Nintendo TOKYO
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 15-1 Shibuya PARCO 6F
  • Toy Store Masuya Ganguten
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Sugamo 4-21-9
  • rashimban akihabaratenkaitorikan
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 1-9-8 Kimura Building 4F
  • Gamers Ikebukuro
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 1-23-9 modern group BLD.10 Hall B1F
  • Lashinbang Ikebukuro Main Store
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashi-ikebukuro 3-2-4
  • ADORES Shibuya
    3 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 13-11 KN Shibuya 1 Building 1F-4F

    I only tried the first floor crane game section. Don't go here to play the cranes, they're way more expensive that other arcades. Some machines let you play 3 times for 500 Yen. If you wanna play...

  • ADORES Ueno Ameyoko
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 4-9-14 Ueno KK Building B1-4F

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