Despite the rising Coronavirus cases globally, Japan’s Super Nintendo World has officially opened its doors for the public on Thursday.
After delays due to the global pandemic, children and other public paid a visit to experience the amusement of Super Nintendo World.
According to the details, for now, only Japanese residents can visit this place amidst international travel bans.
Originally scheduled to open last month, Super Nintendo World opened to the public at Universal Studios Japan.
Following the pandemic’s strict precautionary measures, the park fully directs hygiene measures likes.
However, the capacity of visitors is restricted to 10,000 people per day, according to park officials.
The theme park features two major rides including a Mario Kart-themed one called Koopa’s Challenge and Yoshi’s Adventure.
Furthermore, three more Super Nintendo World parks are being developed at Universal Studios in LA, Orlando and in Singapore.
Earlier, Universal Studios said the opening of Epic Universe has been delayed from 2023 to early 2025.