Miyamoto’s Autograph Is Hidden In Super Nintendo World At Universal Studios

Super Nintendo World has officially opened to the public at Universal Studios Japan, letting guests be fully immersed in the world of Mario, Yoshi, and other classic Nintendo characters. The featured attraction in the new theme park expansion, which is also coming to Universal’s parks in Florida and California, is a Mario Kart ride. That particular attraction also happens to house the land’s best Easter egg, an autograph from the creator of Super Mario, Shigeru Miyamoto.

While in the queue for the ride, which takes you through Bowser’s castle, you’ll encounter a massive painting of Mario’s primary antagonist. In the corner of the painting, you’ll notice it’s been signed by the Mario mastermind.

Speaking at a press event, Senior Director of Technology and Innovation for Universal Creative Tom Geraghty revealed how Miyamoto’s autograph became part of the ride.

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