A lot of Nintendo news as of late. We had the Nintendo Switch Lite, New Pokemon Sword and Shield, The new store opened up in Tokyo (Article coming soon), and More news about Super Nintendo World! The same year for which license agreements between Nintendo and Universal Studios Japan where drawn up, is the same year in which CEO Satoru Iwata, passed away. We had information before, but that was concept art and then revealing that the theme park would have a ride based on the popular Mario Kart game.
In an analysis performed by respected professor emeritus of Kansai University Katsuhiro Miyamoto, Super Nintendo World could make 6.2 trillion yen over 10 years in the Kinki region for which Universal Studios Japan resides. On a national scale, it is speculated that USJ’s new attraction will bring just shy of 12 trillion yen with boosting employment and tourism affecting the businesses and residents in the surrounding area.
About Universal Studios Japan:
Universal Studios Japan Universal Studios Japan is wholly owned by Comcast NBC Universal. Universal Studios Japan has established itself as a major landmark in the entertainment and leisure world, where many guests come from both within Japan and abroad. Under the strong desire to deliver the best in the world, not only popular movies from Hollywood, but also full-scale attractions and shows on various themed entertainment brands around the world, seasonal events that guests can enjoy with their hearts Etc., providing the world’s highest quality entertainment, making visitors the best experience and memories in the world. Since its opening in 2001, the company has continued to innovate. In recent years, the “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” has gained tremendous popularity, as well as a picture of the “Jurassic Park” area. The world’s best entertainment has been launched one after another, such as the epoch-making flying coaster “The Flying Dinosaur”, and the popular area “Minion Park”, where you can enjoy “Mion’s Hachamecha Ride” that can be enjoyed beyond the imagination of minions. Evolving and growing. Furthermore, Universal Studios Japan is steadily working on the opening of “SUPER NINTENDO WORLD”, a new area based on Nintendo’s world-class characters and the world view.