Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Gurahan goes T-Max
I'd written some months ago about the Gurahan pachinko parlor being torn down, and at the time I'd stated that it was a sad commentary on the economy that pachinko parlors were closing. Well, it turns out that the building itself was left standing, it was just that the parlor space got gutted. Then completely refurbished and apparently sold to T-Max, a different pachinko parlor brand.
The other T-Maxs have big plate glass windows that they block up with advertising posters. This one, though, has tiny windows that you just can't see through, covered with the Gurahan "G" logo... I don't know if this is to protect customers' privacy, or to force people to enter the building to see what machines they have.