Super Nintendo World, the much-awaited newest attraction in Universal Studios Japan, is finally complete, fully-functioning, and ready to open to the public–that is, it should have been, if not for the fact that USJ has delayed its opening indefinitely due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
Fortunately, a leaked video has shown a detailed close-up look of the area–the best footage we’ve seen online so far!
The over a minute-long clip shows all the fixtures up and running, particularly spinning gold coins, Koopas, Goombas, and even Yoshi on top of the buildings. We could also make out the details of Bowser’s black castle which was captured in full view.
See it below:
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As of now, the two confirmed rides located in the Super Nintendo World are Super Mario Kart and Yoshi’s Adventure. There will also be shops, restaurants, and other establishments perfect for photo souvenirs.
Super Nintendo World was initially going to open in July, a month ahead of the now-postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
USJ has already allowed visitors in its theme park since June 8 but at a limited capacity and with health protocols strictly being observed.
How excited are you to visit this place?
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