Japan Game Museum

JAPAN GAME MUSEUM - closed now -
JGM has over 150 pinball machines and is the biggest pinball museum in the Asia.
150+ Pinball machines(1960-2000).
~50 Pinball machines and 40+ units of old mechanical game machines (1960-2002)
The game museum is closed for an extended period for renovation and repair of game machines.

JAPAN GAME MUSEUM - closed now -

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playable pinball and game museum in Japan

The game museum is closed for an extended period for renovation and repair of arcade game machines.

Thank you for your understanding.

Japan Game Museum opened in April 2011. As of November 2012, the museum has over 150 pinball machines and is the biggest pinball museum in the Asia. In addition, there are other valuable collections including mechanical games, cocktail video games, jukeboxes, music boxes and antique clocks. We have has taken over 50 years to accumulate all of the collections.

After entering the museum, our guests would have a feeling of having turned back the clock. It is because you can see most of the games which were popular from 1960 to 1990.

Apart from game machines at the ground floor, there are a number of music boxes (since 1900), jukeboxes (1950-1980), antique clocks at the upper floor.



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• 150+ Pinball machines (1960-2000).
• 40+ units of old mechanical game machines (1960-1970).
• ~10 table video games. (1980).

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• ~50 Japan & overseas made jukeboxes (1950-1980).
• 10 large vintage music boxes made in around 1900 (Made in USA Swiss and German)
• 300 antique clocks. Made in Japan and overseas. (since 1596)
• 300,000 local & overseas Movie posters/pamphlet/magazines: 1200 on display
• 50 Showa appliances: record player, vacuum tube radio, television


playable pinball and game museum in Japan

Address 9-1 Yamagamihora Imai Inuyama Aichi 484-0005 Japan

The game museum is closed for an extended period for renovation and repair of arcade game machines.

Thank you for your understanding.



playable pinball and game museum in Japan
Take a taxi from East exit of Meitetsu Inuyama station (~15 mins) or Take a Meitetsu bus (route 3: Kani Shako) at the Nagoya Meitetsu bus terminal and drop off at the bus stop Mouth of Little World(Narusawa-Little World-Guchi). The single trip costs ・850 & take 60 mins. Then you can reach the museum by another 3-min walk.


playable pinball and game museum in Japan