Super Nintendo World will open in spring 2021 inside of Universal Studios Japan. This will be another of the special areas of USJ and fans of all ages can look forward to various attractions inside this permanent USJ area.
The park is closed from April 25th due to Corona concerns.
To enter the special Super Nintendo World, guests must book a timed ticket slot when they purchase their USJ entrance ticket (like purchasing and booking tickets for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter).
The iconic park will be a detailed world reminiscent of Mario’s 3D world complete with the little plumber on the goal pole, piranha plants, and goombas!
Equip a powerband and download the official app that will let you battle Bowser Jr. at multiple spots around Super Nintendo World to save Princess Peach.
An immersive AR rollercoaster based on the famous Mario Kart series. Wear Mario’s red cap headset to speed along the rails with your favorite characters and use items to slow down fellow riders.
Ride an omnimover surrounded by Yoshi and friends.
Super Nintendo World is located inside Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, Japan.
The park can be reached on the JR Sakurajima Line, the nearest station is Universal City Station.
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