You might recall a post last week about a horrific typhoon that devastated Japan and literally knocked the 'N' out of Nintendo at the company's head office in Kyoto. The storm was considered one of the worst to hit the country in 25 years, leaving a trail of destruction in major cities. Nintendo got off lightly in contrast, with the loss of the big 'N' and having to temporarily cease its telephone and online customer support.

Twitter user @k64ss MariLuiysg has now shared photos of the logo being fixed, with the 'N' back up on the building - ultimately restoring the company name to its former glory. Here's a look at the delicate operation below:

We can only hope Nintendo Japan is finally able to put all of these troubles behind them - including the recently delayed Direct due to the earthquake in Hokkaido - and move forward.

[via nintendoeverything.com]