LOOK: Here’s What Japan’s Super Nintendo World Looks Like in Bird’s-Eye View

Brace yourselves because it seems that Universal Studios Japan’s newest Super Nintendo World is nearly complete and ready to open for Nintendo lovers and gamers from all over the world!


Aerial images of the theme park have been leaked online and we can’t believe how amazing it looks—all the blocky buildings, the multi-colored fixtures, and the 2D mountains that make you feel like you’re literally in a “Super Mario” game. It may not be as big as we’d expect, but it’s enough space for kids and kids-at-heart to take a stroll after a fun experience at its two confirmed rides: Super Mario Kart and Yoshi’s Adventure ride.

Take a look at the leaked photos below:

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Source: Themeparx.com

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Source: Themeparx.com

Super Nintendo World was scheduled to open in Spring ahead of the supposed Tokyo 2020 Olympics. However, due to the ongoing public health crisis, Universal Studios Japan, as well as other theme parks, remains closed. It is unknown when the park will reopen to the public. The Japanese government, however, has already issued guidelines for theme park visitors to ensure everyone’s safety once the parks reopen.

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