Anata No Warehouse
Anata No Warehouse is a five-storey arcade facility in Kawasaki, Japan. It is specifically designed to look like Kowloon in Hong Kong, though it also has a Cyberpunk aesthetic. The facility was designed and decorated by Taishiro Hoshino in 2009. Overall, the decor, even though new, is designed to look old and vaguely creepy.
Anata no warehouse means "your warehouse" in Japanese.
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