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Video Games Nintendo has announced the opening of its official museum in Kyoto

Video Games Nintendo has announced the opening of its official museum in Kyoto

‘S big fans Nintendo, Focus. Super Mario, Yoshi, Beach, Bowser, Link Description of Zelda And all other characters Video games What you passionately love is having a new home that will be truly unique. The Japanese giant has actually announced The purpose is to redesign the Uji Okura plant (Okura-cho, Uji-city, Kyoto), which will become a museum dedicated to Nintendo’s historical collections.

So if you decide to take a trip Japan You can not view Super Nintendo World in Osaka, But if you have the patience to wait a few years (the opening should take place by March 2024) you can also visit the museum dedicated to Kyoto. Current place name –Nintendo Gallery– It’s not final.

Nintendo Gallery Rendering First Draft

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A canal water for collectors

Nintendo fans are assured that this place will be a truly inaccessible place, because the historical collection is certainly not only dedicated to video games, but rather. If you have never read this, check out the blog Before Mario, Which is called more precisely because of the focus Board games and other entertainment products Nintendo produced video games before the second half of the 1960s and early 1960s Eighties (NES released in 1983).

Factory Uzi Okura’s Nintendo was built in 1969 It was simply called the “Uji plant”. After the construction and renovation of the existing Uji plant (Makishima-cho, Uji-city, Kyoto), it changed its name to “Uji Okura plant” in 1988. Used for the production of the Uji Okura plant Cards and Hanapuda Cards, Flowers are depicted on traditional Japanese cards and they are used for various games. The debate over how to redesign the old factory now began in the distant 2016, and today it has come to a standstill.

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The Nintendo Gallery Will share the story of the growth of the Japanese brand and the evolution of its philosophy over the years. In addition to the permanent collection, it will also provide exhibitions and experiences.

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