Interested in Super Nintendo World At Universal Studios Japan? Take a Virtual Tour Until It Finally Opens

Universal Studios Japan has postponed the opening of the highly anticipated Super Nintendo World due to the pandemic, but you can now visit virtually!

Sadly, due to the pandemic the opening has been delayed and a new date won’t be announced until later on.

There is a virtual “tour” of the new area available in on the Universal Studios Japan site.

To be fair it isn’t like a traditional walking tour, more like a “highlights” tour, but it’s still pretty interesting.

Mario Kart

Got to Bowser’s castle to race with Mario Kart!

The world of Mario Kart, a number of amazing courses will appear in front of you! Throw these and push forward with Mario and Princess Peach while repelling the enemy! The world’s first * Mario Kart experience that comes true with the latest technology unique to the park is exciting and exciting!

Basic information

Attraction type:
Ride attraction
Time required:
About 5 minutes
Capacity (per vehicle for rides):
4 people (2 people x 2 rows)
Height restrictions when riding alone:
122 cm or more
Height restrictions when accompanied by an attendant:
107 cm or more (Attendant is required for those who are 107 cm or more and less than 122 cm in height)

Universal Express Pass

Yoshi’s Adventure

Ride on Yoshi’s back, follow Captain Kinopio, and embark on a treasure hunt adventure! Look at the mushroom kingdom from Mount Beanpole, meet those cute girls, and have a lot of fun!

Basic information

Attraction type:
Ride attraction
Time required:
About 5 minutes
Capacity (per vehicle for rides):
2 people (2 people x 1 row)
Height restrictions when riding alone:
122 cm or more
Height restrictions when accompanied by an attendant:
86 cm or more (Attendant is required for those who are 86 cm or more and less than 122 cm in height)

Universal Express Pass

Restaurants

Kinopio’s Cafe

Pitstop Popcorn

Mario Popcorn Bucket

Super Star Popcorn Bucket

Yoshi Snack Island

Of course there will be more shops and menu items available.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Universal Studios Japan, Our friend Gina!


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