The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan might feel a long way off – and, well, they are – but by the time the event starts, another of the country’s major cities (Osaka) will be hosting a dedicated Super Mario attraction inside Universal Studios Japan (USJ). Confirmation of the Nintendo Mario area (it’s really, really tempting to refer to it as Mario World, but there’s no indication of the name just yet) came from Japanese publication Sankei, which reports that the project will cost Universal Studios just over $350 million (around 400 billion yen) by the time its completed some time…

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