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Nintendo turning former factory into tourist attraction

Nintendo has announced plans to open one of its former production facilities to the public from 2024.

Renovations on the building are now underway to transform the factory into a “Nintendo Gallery” where products from throughout the company’s history will be showcased, alongside exhibits and other experiences (thanks, Nintendo Life).

The site was formerly Nintendo’s Uji Oguru Plant, a facility originally built in 1969 to print Hanafuda cards, before it became a customer service centre for product repairs.

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Nintendo has announced plans to open one of its former production facilities to the public from 2024.

Renovations on the building are now underway to transform the factory into a “Nintendo Gallery” where products from throughout the company’s history will be showcased, alongside exhibits and other experiences (thanks, Nintendo Life).

The site was formerly Nintendo’s Uji Oguru Plant, a facility originally built in 1969 to print Hanafuda cards, before it became a customer service centre for product repairs.

Read more

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