We are less than a month from the opening of Super Nintendo World. Announced in June 2017, the Universal Studios Japan park is ready to welcome fans around the world. Because yes, Super Nintendo World is not an amusement park, but a whole new area of Universal Park in Japan.
The opening of this new zone is therefore scheduled for February 4. Super Nintendo World was originally scheduled to open in June 2020, but work was delayed by many months following the Covid19 pandemic. After showing a first glimpse in July 2020 and after giving us a first visit with Mr. Shigeru Miyamoto last month, Nintendo is moving on the third and launching the official theme park website. The opportunity for us to discover new images.
See you at Super Nintendo World
The official site allows you to make your own virtual tour of this new area of Universal Studios, and to discover the first attractions like Mario Kart: Koopa’s Challenge, a roller coaster inspired by the famous Mario Kart license and which will offer you a completely crazy in augmented reality! A five-minute virtual attraction where you will be able to launch carapaces, visit many Mario Kart circuits, including a Rainbow route!
For the youngest, there will be Yoshi’s Adventure. This attraction will allow you to climb on Yoshi’s back to find Captain Toad’s hidden treasure during a small rail tour!
Like all amusement parks, Super Nintendo World will not only offer attractions, but also shops, restaurants and cafes! You can then go to Kinopio’s Café, a real restaurant where you can find dishes inspired by Toad’s games world. Yoshi’s Snack Island is a fast food restaurant with dishes inspired by Yoshi’s universe. And finally, the Mario Café will be the ideal place to meet Mario, Luigi and Princess Peach, while devouring some sweets and other sweets!
As much to say to you that for the European players the task will not be so simple with the pandemic of Covid19 with already a lot of restrictions and tickets which will no longer be sold from the month of April. If you want to inquire, it’s here.