I don't know why I didn't take a picture of the big 'SEGA PARK' sign outside. oh well. Have what I could find that was recognisable~

I know a Sega fansite documented this place too before it died out.

Here's pics of the mall. It was so fucking 90's, I love it.

(I was there in 2011 btw)

IIRC, this arcade was using the Sega brand long after their license expired but they didn't care and neither did Sega, incidentally.

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