In Japan, the world’s first Super Mario theme park World has finally opened to the public.
The theme park is located in the Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan.
As of now, the Japanese government has only allowed a few tourists in.
Because of the pandemic, Nintendo and the government are being very vigilant about safety and hygiene.
The attraction was built at a cost of USD 550 million.
Moreover, the team spent over six years creating a real-life Yoshi’s Adventure ride and mushrooms that popped out of boxes.
A smaller Hollywood version is also being developed, according to VGC.
After Universal Studios Florida and Universal Islands of Adventure, Epic Universe, Hollywood will be the third of its kind.
Music from the famous Mario games can be heard in the park, and visitors can collect virtual coins by punching blocks using a smartphone-linked wristband.
“We were able to perfectly recreate the game’s universe…
You’ll find life-size piranha plants and Bowser, as well as a recreation of Mario’s world “USJ’s marketing relations boss, Ayumu Yamamoto, stated.
Another Super Nintendo World is rumored to be in the works in Singapore.
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