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Nintendo TOKYO Store Opens in Shibuya Parco

posted on by Kim Morrissy
First Nintendo store in Japan opened on building's 6th floor on Friday

The Nintendo TOKYO store opened on the 6th floor of the revamped Shibuya Parco on Friday. The store sells approximately 1,000 items, including original or licensed goods for games such as Super Mario Brothers, The Legend of Zelda, Splatoon, Animal Crossing, and others. Here are some photos from inside the store:

The store sells several lines of original goods: The “SUPER MARIO×POKÉMON 8 BIT SCRAMBLE” series combines Pokémon and Super Mario Brothers 8-Bit designs.

The “Super Mario Power Up” series puts Mario in different costumes and focuses on power ups.

The “Super Mario Family Life” series shows the cast in a gentle light with items fit for the family.

The “Legend of Zelda” series uses iconic symbols and items from The Legend of Zelda.

The “DŌBUTSU NO MORI” (Animal Crossing) series focuses on the cute animals living their laid-back lives.

The “CROSSING SPLATOON” series is inspired by Splatoon's turf battles with a Shibuya and Tokyo motif.

The “Nintendo TOKYO” series shows the iconic Nintendo characters gathered together.

Besides goods and merchandise, the store sells game software and hardware. There is also an area where visitors can play Nintendo Switch games, such as Ring Fit Adventure, Mario Kart 8, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Super Mario Odyssey.

The Nintendo TOKYO store opened on the same floor as the Pokémon Center SHIBUYA store, the LB POP-UP THEATER (which is currently selling Digimon merch), the CAPCOM STORE TOKYO, the JUMP SHOP, Tokyo Otaku Mode TOKYO, the TOKYO PARADE store and café, the GG Shibuya mobile esports cafe&bar, the Touken Ranbu general store main branch, and the PENGIN SOUVENIR store.

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