The soap opera will have kept fans of cardboard decorations and other cable loops in suspense: after several postponements that were as viral as they were crowned, Super Nintendo World finally opened its doors a month ago. However, it seems that the optimism so far does not hold up against the facts. Sorry Mario, your princess is locked in another castle.
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And so it comes as no great surprise that the very young antenna from Universal Studios Japan is now lowering the pavilion like the rest of the Osaka structure and without the famous ringing or fireworks. Bring a little happiness:
Today Universal Studios Japan decided to temporarily close the park due to the state of emergency declared by Osaka Prefecture, forcing us to stop welcoming visitors. The temporary closure will begin on April 25, 2021 and will last until the state of emergency is lifted.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience to our customers who were eager to visit us. Detailed instructions on tickets already purchased can be found on our official website tonight.
After an initial closure between February and June 2020, staff at the theme park, which has just celebrated the twentieth anniversary of its opening, shouldn’t be celebrating. Since the beginning of April, the Super Nintendo World had tightened its belt and limited the number of daily entries to a quarter of its capacity or 5,000 informed consumers.
This closure is obviously a very bad sign, as the ruling Liberal Democratic Party is now reiterating its doubts almost daily about the relevance of maintaining it against and against the entire start of the July 23rd Summer Olympics.
For everyone else, there’s always Sonic at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. We do with what we have like.