The classic Konami password now has its own store: The company opened a temporary store in Japan

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A mobile store selling Konami Code-themed specials has opened in Akihabara Container in Tokyo’s Akihabara district, famous for its electronics stores.

The Konami Code is a key combination that unlocks exclusive content in various Konami games from the 1980s. Players could unlock the hidden contents in Konami games by using the key combination up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A. This password now has a store.

Various specials based on classic Konami games such as Gradius, Goemon, Snatcher, and Tokimeki Memorial are available for sale in the makeshift store. From the gallery below or from the official website You can browse the products sold in the store.

In addition, the store has a photo spot with a huge wall panel of Chichibinta Rica from the Parodius series.

Konami even released a theme song based on the Konami Code produced by Japanese artist TOMOSUKE, sung by meiyo and drawn by Kaneko Shake. Video of the song with Japanese lyrics detailing the key combination On Konami’s Japan YouTube account It was published.

The 35th anniversary celebrations of Konami Code, which began on October 28, will continue until November 16. If you can manage to go to Japan by this time and you have a little interest in classic games, Konami Code store is for you.

Ryuichi Kataoka writes at MRT Japan.

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