Universal Studios Japan announced that Super Nintendo World will not open as planned next month. The Nintendo-themed area in Osaka Park was originally scheduled to postpone its launch last year and was originally scheduled to open on February 4th. However, because of the emergency that put Osaka on yesterday, this situation will not happen again until at least February 7. USJ said that once the state of emergency is lifted, it will announce a new opening date.
Japan’s state of emergency was originally issued for Tokyo and its surrounding areas, but yesterday the order was expanded to cover a total of 11 prefectures, including Osaka. Compared with COVID-1
Super Nintendo World is an important project of Nintendo, and represents the biggest ambitious attempt to date to expand its IP into new business opportunities. The park was originally opened for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but Tokyo itself is still full of doubts.When finally opened, it will have attractive places, such as AR power supply Mario Kart roller coaster.