Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Perhaps you have dreams of owning your own Japanese arcade game cabinet. Heck, maybe you already do. But if you are in the market for one (especially a Konami music game cabinet), just know what you are getting yourself into.

Recently, Japanese Twitter user Ronzu uploaded photos of setting up a Beatmania IIDX 21: Spada cabinet. At home.

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

Buying Japanese Arcade Cabinets Isn't for the Weak, Feeble or Cheap

If you've ever seen or played one of these cabinets, you'll know they are massive. And, I bet, expensive.

ろんず [Twitter]

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