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.