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Dragon Quest castle erected in Odaiba

Fuji Television’s grand celebration Adventure King 2007 started on Saturday, marking the 10-year anniversary of them moving their headquarters to Odaiba, Tokyo. Taking part in the festivities, which will last until September 2, are Square-Enix and their popular Dragon Quest-series, Famitsu reported.

In the “Adventure Land” close to the Fuji Television headquarters, visitors can enjoy a mysterious Dragon Quest castle, filled with crooked rooms and trick passages. Located inside this funhouse-like attraction are also several cabinets of popular arcade game Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road, as well as a Dragon Quest gift shop.

Inside the Fuji Television headquarters themselves Square-Enix are holding the Dragon Quest Odaiba Expo 2007. Beside additional Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road arcade game cabinets, a Dragon Quest figure showcase and an iMode corner can also be found here. All visitors of the expo will be presented with a free “Slime” cell phone accessory.

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