It looks like construction on Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan has been completed. The Mario theme world can be seen from above in a new photo. However, it is questionable when visitors are allowed to enter the park for the first time. Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, Universal Studios are still closed. The theme world should actually open before the Olympic Games.
Five years after the theme park project was unveiled, Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan now appears to be completed. After we have seen pictures of the construction work of the Mario themed world over and over again in the past years, a new snapshot has now appeared on Instagram that shows the complete park. We have included the picture below for you.
The theme world offers numerous well-known elements from the world of Super Mario. Princess Peach's castle is also one of the locations of Super Nintendo World. At the beginning, two attractions will be available. It is a Mario Kart Experience and Yoshi's Adventure. More rides will be added in the coming years. Visitors will also receive wristbands when they enter, which together with a smartphone app will ensure an interactive experience. A song on the theme world was also released in January.
The Super Nintendo World was originally supposed to open in the run-up to the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, not only are Universal Studios Japan closed, the Olympic Games have also been postponed to 2021. It is not yet known when the theme world will open. In the distant future, the Super Nintendo World will also be built in Universal Studios Hollywood, Orlando and Singapore.
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