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Anata No Warehouse - Your Warehouse is a very unusual, quirky gaming arcade in Kawasaki, like no other in Japan or on Earth for that matter. The theme, for some reason, is Hong Kong’s Kowloon Walled City, in all its grungy detail. Think: rusting sheet metal, dim flickering florescent lighting, dripping pipes, and filthy windows. It is ugly on purpose, though nobody knows seems to know or care why. As you enter the thick metal gates, you emerge into a dark hallway as the one-way door slams behind you, giving you the impression that you are trapped in this den of iniquity. Naturally, you are indeed free to exit from the back gate, after passing over a slimy pond then through another forbidding metal door clanking behind you forevermore. Upstairs are plenty of high-tech and retro games, not to mention some Kowloon tenements, including a run-down kitchen, plastic ducks hanging in a fake shop, and even a resting doll woman behind grimy windows. As unique and macabre as the place is, most of the customers are there for the gaming, with only a handful of sightseers.
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Anata No Warehouse - Your Warehouse is a very unusual, quirky gaming arcade in Kawasaki, like no other in Japan or on Earth for that matter.  The theme, for some reason, is Hong Kong’s Kowloon Walled City, in all its grungy detail.  Think: rusting sheet metal, dim flickering florescent lighting, dripping pipes, and filthy windows.  It is ugly on purpose, though nobody knows seems to know or care why.  As you enter the thick metal gates, you emerge into a dark hallway as the one-way door slams behind you, giving you the impression that you are trapped in this den of iniquity.  Naturally, you are indeed free to exit from the back gate, after passing over a slimy pond then through another forbidding metal door clanking behind you forevermore.  Upstairs are plenty of high-tech and retro games, not to mention some Kowloon tenements, including a run-down kitchen, plastic ducks hanging in a fake shop, and even a resting doll woman behind grimy windows.  As unique and macabre as the place is, most of the customers are there for the gaming, with only a handful of sightseers.