The shuttering of the Daiei anchor store, in 2004, freed up space for another reconfiguration of the mall. Tokyo Bakery Street, a "Food Theme Park", was one of the facilities installed in the vacant store structure.
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At the same time, an enclosed shopping center was built directly across the street from LALAPORT TOKYO-BAY. Originally known as VIVIT SQUARE, it opened in 2004 and encompassed 560,500 leasable square feet. Today, this complex is known as VIVIT MINAMI-FUNABASHI.
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Some years later, the 1980s-vintage movie megaplex at LALAPORT TOKYO-BAY was relocated from the east to the west end of the mall. Occupying the third floor of the old Sogo department store, the state-of-the-art Toho Cinemas Funabashi contained 10 screens and opened for business in November 2013.
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