Developed by Nintendo legend Gunpei Yokoi, it was an even bigger flop than the GameCube for Nintendo. But that just makes it even more collectible. At 148,000 yen it’s a bit of a steal as well. I would give you the address so you could rush here and buy it but addresses in Tokyo confuse Tokyoites even more than they do foreigners. You would just end up somewhere in North Korea by accident, and we really wouldn’t want that. Although I hear Kim Jong Il is a mean fisherman.
On a serious note, they are not hard to find in Akihabara, and Akihabara in turn is not hard to find. I think I just drooled.
Damian Francis is the editor-at-large for Australian T3 and contributing technology editor for GQ Australia. He is in Japan as a guest of Toyota Australia.