Taito Hey: One of the Best Arcades in Tokyo
From its obscure bullet hell shooters to the latest and greatest fighting games, Taito Hey is heaven for hardcore gamers.
In this video we take you inside the legendary arcade and run through why you need to check it out if you ever find yourself in Japan.
You may also like to see our profile on Game Center Mikado in Tokyo:
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NEAR TOKYO LIES JAPAN’S COOLEST ARCADE // VLOG 001
Hi there, Khye and Fiona here! We are a couple that you could say that’s almost obsessed with travelling and discovering Japan. After a few trips to this beautiful country, we figured that we’d spend more time in Japan and diving into what she really has to offer. And we’re doing exactly that!.. while documenting down moments in hopes that they would bring you value the next time you visit Japan too!
Kawasaki Warehouse seems like the perfect start to our vlog adventure as it is more than just an arcade amusement park. Even if you’re not into arcade games, the design of the place will surely give you a hair-raising and awesome experience at the same time! Smacked somewhere in the between Tokyo and Yokohama, Kawasaki Warehouse is definitely a place that we’d recommend you to drop by the next time you visit the country.
Nearest Train Station - Kawasaki Station
Travelling Duration - About 1 hour from main Tokyo Station
Opening Hours - 9AM - 11:45PM (Monday - Friday), 7AM - 11:45PM (Saturday & Sunday)
Entry Fee - FREE! You only pay for the games you wish to play
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Spooky Japan Series #12 - Hey Arcade - Hirose Entertainment Yard
Spooky Japan Series #12 - Hey Arcade - Hirose Entertainment Yard
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Taito Hey Akihabara Arcade Tour (August 2016)
This video is all about Hey! That is Taito Hey in Akihabara Electric Town, one of the most well known arcades in all of Japan!
Hey (also known as Hirose Entertainment Yard) features four individual floors of arcade gaming crammed into a very small space! It's well known for having a wide variety of fighting games, shoot em ups and bullet hell games and all of the games are extremely well taken care of! If you are looking to play a specific popular game in Japan, Taito Hey is likely to have it!
Tired of arcades? Want to sit back and enjoy some fine reading? The basement is a Melon Books where you can buy Ero Manga (adult manga) and hentai! What more could you even ask for!?
Taito Hey is about of 3~5 minute walk from the Akihabara train station when taking the West exit. It's pretty much a straight shot out of the train station, but if you are struggling to find it still here is the address...
Chiyoda, 東京都 〒100-8111
One note: I said Toreba when I meant to say Tora No Ana. Toreba is a online crane game you can play via browser for actual prizes, Tora No Ana is a storefront popular for selling doujin works and manga. For more information on both of these click the links below!
SANYA, Tokyo, Broken city
Tokyo. The Sumida River runs under lanes of suspended motorways bridges. Along the banks of the river, lines of cardboard shacks covered in blue canvas stretch forever, caught in the constant hum of the traffic speeding overhead. This is home for the homeless, the anti-city. This is where the modern world's misfit shore up, somewhere between exile and asylum, scratching a living together, walking the city streets collecting empty cans and used cardboard boxes to sell by the weight. They tell us about their past, social interactions and about two worlds; the world where they live and the one they only walk through. Japan, the abstract machine. Their words create a new vision of Tokyo, speaking from the edge they talk about the centre.
Directed by Olivier Nourisson & Kenji Lefèvre-Hasegawa
Tokyo Midnight Run along the River
Just running / walking along the Sumida River at midnight.
This can't be real!! (CRAZIEST ARCADE IN TOKYO JAPAN kowloon)
OK so here is a fun episode before we start hitting all the abandoned!! Let's go and have some fun before we do 20 days non stop abandoned through the whole of Japan!!
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6D5N Tokyo Japan Trip 2019 - Part 1
Our first visa approved Out of the Country Trip! Japan is our dream country to visit. We want to share with you some of the beautiful places in the Land of the Rising Sun! :) I hope you enjoy this video.
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Tokyo, Nippori, Japanese Grave Yanaka Cemetery 2019 (Osmo Pocket)
Yanaka Cemetery, in the Yanaka district of Taito ward, is one of Tokyo's most famous graveyards and has the feel of a park with its profuse foliage, including a beautiful alley of cherry trees: a very popular spot in spring when the overhanging branches are heavy with bright blossom. Yanaka Cemetery is also a beauty spot in autumn, with its many deciduous trees, including numerous gingkos.
The craziest arcade game center in Japan ! Anata no warehouse ! Vlog Japan Musashi Life #07
The story about some guys from Musashi Sharehouse who discover every district and new experiences in Tokyo !
We went this time to Kawasaki, to check the craziest arcade game center : Anata no warehouse !
Designed to look like the old Hong Kong's city Kowloon, it's kind of a creepy but very fun experience to go there and to discover this building ! I lost a lot of money but still... good memories !
Enjoy the video !
100 YEN- The Japanese Arcade Experience
Let's Visit Ueno Zoo (opened 1882) at Tokyo 2017
The Ueno Zoo is located at Ueno Park (上野公園) which I failed to visit cos it was closed on Monday last trip which happened to be my last day in Japan that time. This time I suceeded in visiting haha.
I like zoo... I dunno why..
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Eating Japan's POISONOUS PufferFish!!! ALMOST DIED!!! *Ambulance*
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[レアのおすすめ] JAPAN, TOKYO - ASAKUSA
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Bonjour à tous ! Aujourd'hui je vous retrouve pour une vidéo un peu différente, elle fait partie d'une nouvelle catégorie intitulée Léa No Osusume en gros, les choix de Léa par rapport à différentes choses.
En l'occurence dans cette vidéo il s'agit de mes préferences dans le quartier d'Asakusa, mes 5 raisons (parmis tant d'autres) selon lesquelles Asakusa vaut vraiment le coup.
Je tiens à m'excuser également par avance, car j'ai decidé de parler majoritairement en Anglais dans mes videos, et ce pas pour me la peter ou quoi que ce soit mais tout simplement parce que vivant au Japon et n'ayant qu'une seule amie Française, je suis majoritairement avec des personnes qui ne parlent pas Français et donc en toute logique je parle Anglais avec eux !
Je vais rajouter par la suite des sous-titres mais il va y avoir des passages en Francais car cela reste ma langue maternelle.
L'ensemble de ma video -filmage, montage, edition- est fait avec mon telephone, donc soyez indulgents :) !
N'hesitez pas à me donner votre avis et surtout abonnez-vous pour ne rien manquer :) !
Hi everybody !
So today I decided to share a video a little bit different, it's gonna be a new category of my channel. Basically it's just me giving you my recommendation about places and stuff. Today it's about Asakusa ! 5 reasons to visit this area. There is a lot more than that but.. I just wanted to make it short.
I'm doing everything -recording, editing- from my phone so the quality isn't very very good, I'm sorry, but please don't be too harsh on me haha :)
I hope that you will enjoy this video, and don't hesitate to comment and to subscribe to not miss anything new !!
MY FAVOURITES PLACES TO EAT :
Adresse : 1 Chome-22-3 Asakusa, 台東区 Tokyo 111-0032
An Desu Bakery
Adresse : 3 Chome-3-2 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo 111-0032.
Taiyaki (it's a Fish-formed cake, usually with red beans paste inside or sweet potatoe)
It's a new place, just opened a few days ago. But it's like 10 meters away from Kappa Sushi !
There is a place called Suzuki-en, not far from the bakery AnDesu, that sell famous Ice Cream. Famous because you can try Matcha ice cream on 7 different levels. You should definitely try it out :
Adresse : 〒111-0032 Tokyo, 台東区Asakusa, ３−４−３
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TraVlog Japan: To look behind walls
To look behind walls that was a saying that guided me through my trip in Japan. I let my curiosity lead me during this adventure. This is a summary, a vlog, of my trip.
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TAITO ARCADE 2018 (JAEPO)
On continue notre balade dans le plus grand salon sur l'arcade japonais, le Japan amusement expo édition 2018 pour faire le tour du stand de Taito.
Au programme une borne Space invaders avec un énorme écran.
Un pong classieux. Un peu de jeux de rythme avec Groove coaster 4 starlight road.Du medal game, des attractions pour les plus petits.On finira avec du VR olive et tom et OverTake VR.
Vous pouvez trouver le livre sur Space invaders de Florent Gorges sur omakebooks.com.
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TAITO ARCADE 2019 (JAEPO)
Pour ce troisième épisode sur le Japan Amusement expo 2019, le plus grand salon japonais sur l'arcade, on va faire le tour du Stand de Taito, un stand plus chargé années précédentes.
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Hippari Q, une borne avec gameplay différent
Du densha de Go!! avec de nouvelles bornes et même une version VR
Toujours dans le VR avec l’attaque des Titans et Olive et Tom
Du jeu de fight avec la borne d’arcade de Street fighter V
D’autre machine a découvrir dans cette émissions.
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Walking Through Japanese Arcades in Akihabara: Hey! & Club Sega
First climbing up the escalator is the Hey! Arcade and then Club Sega sometime later.
Hey Arcade is my favorite arcade in Akihabara. various games and a ton of strong players in various games. just giving a little tour. There are other videos showcasing everything as well. It's definitely a place yo have to visit if you ever go to Tokyo as a gamer.
Nothin' beats 10 yen (that's like a dime per play) oldschool Street Fighter 2 against Japanese Pros over and over.
Adores Game Arcade In Tokyo
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