The website for Super Nintendo World, a new attraction in Universal Studios Japan, is now live.

For those interested in getting a quick overview of Super Nintendo World, the site offers useful information, and it offers a sort of virtual tour. If you’ve been yearning to visit but won’t be able to in person, checking out the website is a must.

Super Nintendo World’s Website is Live, Offers a Virtual Tour

Universal Studios Japan is preparing to open its doors, letting park visitors check out its newest attraction, Super Nintendo World. The grand opening is scheduled for February 4, less than one month away.

To prepare visitors, the official website for Super Nintendo World is now live. On the website, you can get helpful information about ticket prices for Universal Studios Japan along with details about “Area Timed Entry Tickets” which park guests will need to have in order to gain entry to Super Nintendo World. 

For people living outside Japan, the ticket page notes that, “All ticket sales through travel agencies are temporarily suspended as of April 3, 2020. Further information will be available on our official website at a later date.” 

These ticket sales were suspended last year in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Currently, the pandemic is still raging, which means that as of February 4, it looks like the only people who will be able to explore Super Nintendo World in person are residents of Japan. 

We hope that in the future as the world works to overcome the pandemic, travel into Japan will resume, allowing even more people to experience all that Super Nintendo World has to offer.

In the meantime, you can get a sort of virtual tour through the website itself, learn more about Mario Kart racing, and the sort of food offered through restaurants like Kinopio’s Cafe, and more. 

You can also watch the video where Shigeru Miyamoto walks through the park with a huge smile on his face. It’s absolutely wonderful, and we’re keeping our fingers crossed that in the future, we’ll be able to visit Super Nintendo World wearing the same sort of smile.

For more on Super Nintendo World, head over to the official website, and stay tuned for additional coverage once the attraction opens to the public on February 4.