The Grande Dame of Videogames Is Closing Her Tiny Tokyo Mecca

TOKYO—In some ways, Hisako Akitani’s videogame store was just another small family business that closed when its owners got older and tired of fighting the internet. Yet when Ms. Akitani stood behind her shop counter for the last time on a recent …
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