The large-scale arcade center opened in July 1993 under the name Ikebukuro GiGO, and was renamed Sega Ikebukuro GiGO in July 2013.
Sega announced on August 2 that its Sega Ikebukuro GiGO arcade in Tokyo will permanently close on September 20 after 28 years.
Square Enix opened the first permanent Square Enix Café in Tokyo inside the Yodobashi Camera store in Akihabara in October 2016.
Square Enix did not provide a reason for the closure, but stated the Square Enix Café in Tokyo will continue operation.
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