Date: 26 September, 2016
Location: Inuyama City, Japan

The Japan Game Museum (JGM) was the final destination of my Osaka-Nagoya trip in September 2016.

The Japan Game Museum
The Japan Game Museum

Major changes had been taking place at JGM. They were:

  • JGM had been closed since January 2016.
The closed sign
Closed since January 2016
  • The JGM has become a warehouse of video games and pinballs.
A warehouse full of games
A warehouse full of games
  • However, the JGM is still open to VIPs like me. \(^o^)/
Only open to VIP guests
Only open to VIP guests
  • The JGM keeps on acquiring new games, including a new Grand Lizard (Williams, 1986)
The JGM's new Grand Lizard
The JGM’s new Grand Lizard

The chief of JGM, Mr Tsuji, is now planning a huge project to build a new and bigger JGM.   I hope that his dream can come true in the near future.

Describing plans for the new JGM to VIP guests
Describing plans for the new JGM to VIP guests
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