Universal Studios Japan announced that it would postpone the opening of its Super Nintendo World. The new area was set to open February 4th. Super Nintendo World won’t open until after the lifting of a state of emergency in the Osaka prefecture.
On Wednesday Japan widened the emergency beyond Tokyo after a steady rise in coronavirus cases. The emergency is set to run until Feb. 7.
Universal Studios Japan’s Twitter had this to say, “In issuing the “State of Emergency” to Osaka Prefecture, “Super Nintendo World”™ Will be postponed after the “state of emergency” is lifted. We will inform you of the opening date as soon as it is decided after the “state of emergency” is canceled.
In addition, the park being announced will be operated with a limited number of visitors.”
— ユニバーサル・スタジオ・ジャパン公式 (@USJ_Official) January 14, 2021
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