No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.The vast, vast majority of Japanese game studios are bland, boring office affairs. Even the entryway for Nintendo's Kyoto headquarters is nothing to write home about. This, however, is. So start writing.


Level-5, the folks behind those Professor Layton games, have a truly spectacular corporate digs. Internal design and architect company Noa did Level-5's HQ and offered a peek at the studio's offices, meeting rooms, and awesome rooms.

Back in 2010, Level-5 showed off many of these rooms (but not all). Level-5's headquarters was amazing then and still amazing now. And is it me, or do these folks want to make a Star Wars game? (Or a Spider-Man game? Or both?)

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No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.S

No, This Isn't a Star Wars Set. It's a Japanese Game Studio.