Universal Studios Japan has revealed initial details surrounding Super Nintendo World, Nintendo's first foray into theme park entertainment.

The much anticipated theme park experience will be completed in time for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The themed land in Japan will be the first location to open, with information on the Orlando and Hollywood expansions coming at a later time.

Taking cues from other theme parks, Super Nintendo World will host state of the art attractions, entertainment, restaurants, and shopping and will feature characters from "Nintendo's most popular characters and games." With a cost exceeding 50 billion yen, this won't be a small expansion.

In addition to the concept art above, the land's official logo was revealed and can be seen below:


Universal has shown itself to be extremely capable to create an immersive world that not only is accurate to the source material, but provides world class entertainment to all, and this is the company's next big franchise to be incorporated into theme parks since the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Are you as excited for Super Nintendo World as we are? What ideas do you have for the park? Let us know in the comments.