Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on RedditEmail this to someone

game

I am a huge fan of video games. I always have been. I think that some of my first experiences with Japan and Japanese culture came from my obsession with NES and SNES.  The way that things work with me is shelter>games>food>clothes (I feel like a grown-up because I put the shelter part into consideration first before purchasing any games).

 

However! Console gaming doesn’t need to be done at home anymore…Not when you live in Japan.

Here are a few places where you can totally toss a few beers back while playing Duck Hunt with your friends:

 

SPACE STATION (Osaka)

http://tabelog.com/osaka/A2702/A270202/27063337/

TEL:080-4151-6336
Address:大阪府大阪市中央区西心斎橋2-13-3西心斎橋岩村ビル2F
[Mon.-Thurs.]20:00-2:00
[Fri.-Sat.]20:00-5:00
[Sun.]20:00-2:00
●Access:3 minutes from Shinsaibashi Station
3 minutes from Yotsubashi Station
●Features:It has a nice atmosphere and there are even games from other countries! The owner is not Japanese, so the place is popular with tourists and expats. This place is ranked #2 on Tripadvisor for Osaka city sights.

 

Game Bar Ninety (Shinjuku)

http://interhits.co.jp/blog/

TEL:080-1210-6132
Address:東京都新宿区荒木町16-16-2
[Mon.~Sat.]17:00~24:00
[Sun・Holidays]13:00~22:00
Closed:Tuesdays
●Access:30 secs from Toei Shinjuku Line Akebonobashi Station
●Features:This cafe/bar is based on subculture in the 80s and 90s.
It is free to look around the things that they have on display.

 

 

Read More

This article was contributed by

Wanderlust_logo

 

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on RedditEmail this to someone